Andrea Sanders Esparza Consultant specialized in Change Acceleration, Cultural Strategic Alignment, Planning and Leadership.
She has more than 25 years of professional experience, an expert in the design and implementation of strategies for social and organizational transformation in public and private initiatives, through the development of leadership and personal responsibility based on a key idea: “Organizational change Success depends on each individual’s ability to manage and achieve change.
From 2011 to date she works as an independent consultant, working for national and international companies in the public and private initiative.
She is part of the international consultant network at C-Growth-Institute for Centered Growth and Oxford Leadership Academy.
Andrea is an expert in achieving results, through the alignment of behaviors.
For her, the most important thing is to align the culture with the organization’s strategy, as well as to implement the key behaviors, through conversational and co-creation tools.
She has taught programs to more than 3,800 executives and public officials, working hand in hand with leaders and teams in defining specific objectives, as well as the actions and behaviors that will determine the achievement of their goals in the shortest possible time.
He was part of the team of consultants that developed the Strategic Plan of different Federal agencies such as the Federal Electricity Commission (CFE), the National Banking Commission, Infonavit, Airports and Auxiliary Services, through the implementation of conversational tools, managing to align and convert the visions of the different areas in common objectives.
During 5 years she worked as a consultant for the Projusticia program in collaboration with USAID in the implementation process of the new Accusatory Criminal Justice System, working with Civil Society Organizations and the different actors of the Judiciary, in the States of Coahuila, Zacatecas, San Luis Potosí among others.
In Grupo Sanborns, an organization with more than 23,000 employees, for which she has worked for more than 5 years, she has designed different leadership and organizational growth programs aimed at Directors and Regional Managers.
One of the achievements was to reduce the turnover rate, costs, improve communication and as well as bring leaders closer to their work teams to be able to identify the barriers that hinder the achievement of their goals, strategies for their mitigation as well as the resources. necessary for execution.
She designed a Service Culture model which has led her to participate in the implementation of international programs in the strengthening, growth and improvement of her service culture with hundreds of participants.
Ericcson was one of the most important clients in this area, from the General Director, managers and their teams, together they worked to align the entire organization in the construction of a new culture of Service as a differentiator and benchmark in the market. For which conferences and workshops were given to more than 500 participants.
He has given lectures at the national level to transnational companies such as Santander and Ericsson and Banorte.
He has collaborated in the approach of new and innovative models of leadership skills at all levels of the organization and in the installation of a results-oriented conversational culture.
In terms of accelerating change, it has led work teams to understand the changes facing the organization and its environment, what its impact and importance is, the personal benefit that this change entails, and how its correct implementation represents the greatest difference. in obtaining results.
In the academic area, she has taught programs for the Tecnológico de Monterrey (ITESM) in Project Management, Administration and Applied Empowerment and the Service Up program.
As a consultant, she has provided consultancy and programs to senior executives on leadership and strategic planning, at the Federal Electricity Commission (CFE), the National Banking and Securities Commission (CNBV), and the National Council for Culture and the Arts (CONACULTA). , ASSA , Federal Commission for Regulatory Improvement (COFEMER), FOVISSTE, Judicial Power of the Federation, Judicial Council, SANBORNS Group, Santander, Monterrey Institute of Technology, RIMSA Laboratories, Specialized Drugs, Business Coordinating Council, Monsanto, Bayer, Ericsson , Banorte, among others.
From 2004 to 2011, she served as a public official holding managerial positions in the Presidency of the Republic, the Ministry of Finance and Public Credit (SHCP), and the Ministry of Communications and Transportation (SCT).
One of the most significant achievements during his time in the Federal Government was working on the team responsible for providing free Internet access, equipment and content development, as well as digital literacy for the most vulnerable communities in our country, adding more than 8,000 thousand access points.
She is an Administrator from the National Autonomous University of Mexico, has studies in Public Administration. She has studies in Change Management, PROSCI, Airlie Center, Washington, D.C. Ella leadership Self-Managing Leadership, Oxford Leadership Academy.
She was trained in Service Culture by Ron Kauffman’s firm, Uplifting Service.
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