María is a Fellow of Oxford Leadership.

María is a Fellow of Oxford Leadership. Over the past six years, she has developed her professional career as a consultant, training in subjects related to the human factor and its development in organisations, advising companies on aspects such as high performance team management, talent and career development, communication and leadership, amongst others. Her experience covers many sectors and industries including the clothing industry, FMCG and Retail, Insurance, Telecommunications and Pharmaceutical. Based in Spain, Maria works in English and Spanish.

María has experience in management consultancy, training programs and coaching. She has over 15 years’ experience in Multinational companies in the areas of high performance teams, talent and career development. María started her professional career in the FMCG and Retail sector in purchasing and marketing functions, in both Spanish and multinational companies: A.C. Nielsen Company, El Corte Inglés, Carrefour and Coca Cola Spain, where she has occupied executive positions. During this stage, she has had the responsibility of managing work teams and has developed new projects and business lines.

María has a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Alcalá de Henares (1992) and Master in Business management and Marketing by ESIC (2000). She is accredited in (BST) Benzinger.

Banesto, Lilly, Coca Cola, Carrefour, Telefonica, Banco Santander, Axa, Mapfre, Metro, Ferrovial

My experience with Oxford Leadership, and particularly my coach María Álvarez de Mon, has been an invaluable contribution to my professional and personal life, since it helped me to improve and understand that the relationship with people is the key to achieve any longing. The support I received during the year remained to enforce my purposes and helped me to consider new ways to overcome barriers and achieve my goals.  
Javier Bereche ÁlvarezRegional ManagerTelefónica - Peru
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