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HELLO, my name is Verónica Rosas

  • Lives in Mexico
  • Speaks English and Spanish
  • Holds events in Mexico, Peru, United States of America, Spain and United Kingdom
  • Works for Proyecto Vía Violeta
  • Years as a Facilitator: 1
  • Number of events held: 9

Past Attendee Ratings

9.8 / 10.0 Public events (Based on 40 evaluations)
Last 12 months: 9.9 / 10.0 (Based on 26 evaluations)

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Short Bio

Verónica Rosas is committed to creating a collaborative world. Through more than 10 years of consulting, coaching, and training she has developed a way of transferring knowledge making use of change management that makes her connect with the trainees with vulnerability, honesty, and trust.

She knows that every one of us is unique, and if we acknowledge our uniqueness we can share ourselves and be the best we can be, and only in that way we can receive others with their uniqueness as well. So teams can get nurtured with the competencies and everyone's abilities and thoughts.

She has founded an organization whose purpose is to design and led cultural transformations from a dictatorship into a collaborative mindset, and they have been doing that in organizations that have between 3 and thousands of people in all industries and among several countries for the past 4 years.

She began with a very technical (but challenging) certification: PMP, and from then till now, she has focused her certifications, and her never-ending learning journey on people (coaching tools, agility, interviews, train the trainers, etcetera) because they are the heart and the soul of organizations.

"If we, as leaders, are vulnerable, trust in ourselves, and be brutally honest, we are going to be able to connect with people".

"If we believe in the purpose that we are looking for we are going to share the enthusiasm with the team and magic would happen"

"Methods, tools, techniques, practices are made so we can adjust them to our necessities, not the other way around"

Verónica Rosas, a never-ending learner and enthusiastic to share knowledge

Connect with me and share your current leadership challenge: LinkedIn



To the PMP® Community about Teamwork

What is Management 3.0? What does "managing the system not the people" mean?

How can we, as leaders, see organizations and teams as systems? Why one of the Management 3.0 bases is “manage the system, not the people”? Imagine a plane. An airplane needs a leader, and team members, need a purpose (a destination), so the pilot (leader) could share with everybody where we are going, the leader should create an environment of trust and safeness, needs fuel (motivation, develop competencies), need delegate tasks, communications lines, set clear values, and transparency, safe space to share thoughts, and to share if something is not going the way we thought it could go. But what happens if something on the system fails?


Management or inspiration?

Do we should manage or inspire people? What is the difference between Management and Inspiration? The four elements to inspire people



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Verónica's Management 3.0 Qualifications

  • Certificate of Attendance Agile People Leadership Workshop
  • Certificate of Attendance Agility in HR Workshop
  • Certificate of Practice
  •  Certificate of Attendance Energizing People Workshop