Constanza Busto

Partner

Constanza currently works as client engagement director the region of Argentina.

In her daily work, she combines her extensive experience in management and administration with her new passion as a consultant for organizational culture change and coach.

With more than 15 years of experience in multinational companies and telecommunications technology, she served as a leader in various positions: manager of business analysis, market manager of product, special projects manager and investor relations.

Connie began her career at MetroRED Argentina where she worked for six years in the commercial area and then was transferred to the subsidiary of Mexico. There she devoted herself to the development of business plans for new business, defining and implementing design projects and business models.

Back in Argentina, Connie decided to turn around her career and joined Axialent as business manager in Europe, with the idea of applying her business skills and also develop as a coach and consultant.

She was promoted to CFO the following year. In this role, she joined the company in its process of restructuring and change of leadership. Currently, she is responsible for market development in Argentina where she designed the strategy and sales process in the region, branding and management of P & L.

She has also served as facilitator and consultant on cultural projects with local customers. She has been trained as a coach. Connie has a degree in business administration from the Catholic University Argentina and has a graduate specialization in marketing from the University of San Andrés. She has been recognized as Employee of the Year several times and with the President’s Club Award in recognition of outstanding performance and commitment to the organization.

She was born in Buenos Aires and lives with her husband and two children. She enjoys cooking, skating, playing tennis and skiing.

Recent Posts by Constanza
Strengthening Our Mental Toughness to Achieve Real Change: Person celebrating their success
Article
Strengthening Our Mental Toughness to Achieve Real Change
By Constanza Busto
For most of us, change is hard. Our level of “grit” (or mental toughness) is a key component to our success in sticking to a plan and pursuing a long-term goal we feel passionate about. Strengthening our mental toughness is an essential piece of achieving real change.
Survivor Syndrome: Building Bridges and meeting people where they are. Two hands, one on either side of a pane of glass in a window
Article
Survivor Syndrome: Building Bridges
By Constanza Busto
If “meeting people where they are” makes us feel loved and valued and can help us thrive, why do we often experience disconnection or misunderstandings instead? And how can we increase our connection to build bridges and “meet people where they are?”
Languages
  1. Spanish
  2. English
Areas of Expertise
  1. Strategic and business planning
  2. Business consulting
  3. Cultural change processes
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