Andreea Joins The Team
The Supply Chain Academy welcomed a new member of the team recently when Andreea Elefteriu joined as Training Manager.
Andreea has over 20 years of experience in learning & organisational development (L&D) delivery and consultancy; gained while working with executives and their teams in companies including Air France-KLM, Sanofi, Novartis/Sandoz, MOL, OMV Petrom, DHL, TNT, Hewlett-Packard, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Howard Johnson Grand Plaza, Marriott and the British Council. She also has extensive experience in sales and marketing.
Andreea brings a strongly business oriented L&D approach to the Supply Chain Academy, and will work closely with the team to enhance our offering and build our capability to offer apprenticeships at all levels.
Andreea will also deliver training to the Uniserve Group; based upon her discussions with the Operating Board, managers and employees about the Group’s development needs.
Andreea’s specialisms are:
• Leadership & management development
• Talent development
• Coaching (business & executive)
• Change management
• Performance and processes optimisation
Andreea is a passionate believer that L&D is integral to the growth of our business; supporting stakeholders in the delivery of their goals, objectives and strategies.
Commenting on her new role, she said: “Joining the Supply Chain Academy and the Uniserve Group will give me an opportunity to fully utilise my professional experience, and to be part of the development of two strong brands in a major industry. My motto is… keep learning and make things happen!”.
Andreea is a great addition to our team. We are sure you will join us in welcoming her on board.
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