Liliana Escola received her training as an executive coach at the Instituto de Capacitación Profesional de Argentina; its head, Jim Selman, inspired her and enabled her to become an active member of the world of coaching. Liliana believes that the approach to relationships that she learned at the Institute has demonstrated benefits in terms of actual results attained by business organizations in Latin America.
Her career objective is to support individuals, teams, and organizations as they strive to achieve higher performance and improved bottom-line results. A native of Argentina, Liliana received a Bachelor’s degree in psychology from Buenos Aires University. Beginning in the early 1980s, she was employed as a psychologist and manager of human resources at Nestlé and Citibank. She then became the manager of internal and external communication at Telefónica de Argentina; there she played a key role on the team that designed and implemented cultural change some 20,000 employees.
In the mid-1990s, Liliana founded her own consultancy (DQ International), which focuses on improving the quality of life of corporate citizens and providing services in management development and executive coaching. Among her clients have been Adidas, American Express, McDonalds, Oracle, Sun Microsystem, Citibank, Kellogg’s, Isenbeck, J P Morgan, Lloyds Bank, Nestlé, GE, Novartis, Bayer, BMW, Rabobank, Telefónica, Banamex, & Shell.
In 2002, Liliana and her consultancy relocated to Mexico, where she now lives while working throughout Latin America. Her practice is devoted primarily to the coaching of senior managers and teams; she also conducts seminars and gives professional presentations.
- International Coach Federation (ICF)
- Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, Buenos Aires University
- Team Development
- Executive Coaching
- Leadership Development