Cosmin Joldes .

As a Senior Consultant, Cosmin has the main duty of designing and implementing projects of organizational development, group dynamics and personal development. Cosmin has an experience of over 11 years in business development, training & coaching, of which more than 6 years in Central and Eastern Europe, coordinating the AchieveGlobal business in Serbia, Croatia and the rest of the former Yugoslavian space. In recent years, Cosmin has developed in particular business projects with organizations in finance and banking, oil & energy, industrial & car parts, collaborating with over 16 banks in Romania for over 60 training and consulting projects. He has enabled development programs on topics such as: strategy clarification, leadership, motivation, sales management, prospecting, sales, bargaining techniques (in sales/acquisitions), management of strategic clients, presentation techniques, customer service, coaching, communication, problem analysis and decision-making, time, performance, change management etc. He has developed and/or implemented training and consulting programs for: Petrom, Rompetrol, ING, BCR, BRD, Takata, Yazaki, Continental Tires, TRW, Raiffeisen, Benchmark, Piraeus, OTP, Bancpost, Unicredit, Alpha Bank, Allianz-Tiriac, Orange, GlaxoSmithKline, Roche, Schering Plough, Abbott, GoodYear, Philip Morris. A graduate of ASE and Law (University of Buchares), as an associate professor of the Faculty of International Economic Relations (ASE Bucharest), Cosmin teaches Strategic Management to MA students and International Bargaining to BA full-time students. In 2007, he was awarded a PhD in Economics, with Magna cum Laudae, following his research activity resulting in the paper “Company internationalization strategies”. Cosmin is a graduate of courses provided by Wirtschaft Universitat in Vienna and certifications in the methodologies of AchieveGlobal, Human Synergistics, ESPERE (communication and relations), Strengths Development Inventory. He has a vast international experience, with presentations at over 50 conferences organized by universities abroad (Sydney, Tallinn, Istanbul, etc.), In 2008, in New York, Cosmin presented his paper “Current Shifts in Business Training: Evidence from Romania” at the American Academy of Business conference, which was later published in Cambridge Business Review.