Consuela Dezso is a Business Coach with a spiritual twist. She combines deep personal growth and business strategies to help her clients build profitable businesses that change the world. She is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), has an MBA, and has helped multiple Fortune 500 companies increase profit margins, but her most heart-felt mission is to help those who don’t fit into society’s stereotypical boxes connect with their most authentic purposes and use their businesses to make a difference.
Credit: Alina Botica
Credit: Alina Botica
Pearl FM radio interview
Consuela was a guest on Mums Café, a Pearl FM radio show based in Dubai. She spoke about following your passion; doing what you really love and turning that into a business.
In this interview with Romanian business magazine, Consuela talks about her international career and the importance of being exposed to different cultures, values, and personality types when shaping one’s leadership style.
The Huffington Post
Consuela was a feature writer for the The Huffington Post under Arianna Huffington’s management.
Consuela was a guest contributor to CEO Middle East, bringing awareness to the seriousness of business burnout, the impact it has on our mental health, and ways on how to avoid it
Hult International Business School
Consuela loves and greatly values her international Master of Business Administration (MBA) with Hult International Business School. Here are two interviews with her as part of the business school’s promotional material. Read brochure
Biz Days Conference
Consuela was a keynote speaker at the five-day Ziele Biz conference in Bucharest in 2016. She spoke about emotional intelligence and the leadership skills that one can acquire by working with a diverse range of individuals and gaining international experience.
Consuela participated in Romanian TV show “Bravo Romania” alongside a group of talented business women with whom she performed live and went to the semi-finals, donating all proceeds of the prize won to the Down Syndrome Association of Bucharest.