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Antonio Frankfurt v4


“Coaching for High Performance Teams”

Certified Professional Co -Active Coach (CPCC) , Industrial Engineer and Health Psychologist. A life dedicated to the development and transformation of people into the best version of themselves. Extensive professional experience in the international automotive world leading high performance teams.

Nowdays General Motors Purchasing Manager.

“How childhood dreams tend to stay on the road as we get older. My father often comment that he wanted to become a doctor, but my grandparents never saw the study as a possibility for those postwar years. Left his village at the age 16 and went to discover the world. Worked as an apprentice turner, went to the military service and back began to earn a living as a commercial while decided to finish his primary education at evening classes deepen subjects such as reading, writing, speech and math, which did not allow him to be a doctor, but added to his persistence led him to become Commercial Director and after years to create his own business. My mother, daughter of Navarre farmers, as 7 of his sisters studied hairdressing in Madrid and went to work in the family business in Paseo Valencia in Pamplona, ​​and direct it for a few years until she decided to marry my father, changing city.

How many Spanish families have struggled to cope following concerns !

In this environment I was born and raised with my 3 brothers, knowing that the world is at hand and it is up to us to get to realize our dreams. I always felt a boost within me to fight for what I wanted, regardless of my fears and limitations, which were and are many.

My dream was always to understand what my eyes saw, discovering the world both from a scientific point of view as a human, which led me to study Industrial Engineering, spending summers in Europe doing international work camps and internships, and study an Erasmus year in Germany, leaving good friends wherever I went, and learning a few languages. Since then I have worked in several multinationals as Endesa, Siemens and GM today, and lived in different countries leading international teams transforming them to excellence through training and acquired experience, having studied in parallel Clinical Psychology (UNED) and Co -Active Coaching (CTI/Augere), and the unconditional support of my family”.




Matti Hemmi – Do you dare to dream?

Matti Hemmi, Engineer and very successfull author of leadership books, explain us the trip towards our dreams and vocation starts by analizing what matters to us making us feel fulfilled and satisfied, as well as the fears and limitations that keep us in our comfort zone preventing development and transformation. As Coach I help in this first active consciousness, great motivating force for change.


Dan Pink – Drive: The surprising truth about what motivates us

Dan Pink, lawyer by profession and very successfull author of business, work, and management books, asserts that the secret to high performance and satisfaction-at work, at school, and at home is the deeply human need to direct our own lives, to learn and create new things, and to do better by ourselves for our dreams and our world.


Dr M. Seligman – Positive Psychology

Dr. Martin Seligman, great American psychologist and father of Positive Psychology tells us that to get a full and happy life is very important to live it with meaning and significance, according to our dreams and calling. As Coach and Psychologist I help both in making active awareness of your sense and meaning, as in the training and skills you need to develop.


Dr Russ Harris – Coach / ACT Psicólogo

Dr. Russ Harris, gran Coach y Psicólogo australiano perteneciente a la escuela ACT, Terapia de Aceptación y Compromiso,  nos explica la importancia de aceptar y convivir con nuestros miedos y limitaciones de forma tal que no nos bloqueen ni en nuestro comportamiento ni en todo aquello que queramos conseguir. Como Coach y Psicólogo te ayudo a vencer las cadenas de tus miedos y limitaciones.


Dr Ronald Riggio – Professor of Leadership and Organizational Psychology

Dr. Ronald Riggio, American Psychologist, Professor at Claremont McKenna College (USA), author of over 100 books, book chapters, and research articles in the areas of leadership, assessment centers, organizational psychology and social psychology. Leadership Studies (Elgar, 2011), The Art of Followershipand The Practice of Leadership (Jossey-Bass, 2008, 2007),  Transformational Leadership (2nd ed.), coauthored with Bernard M. Bass (Erlbaum, 2006).


It is important to reflect on those moments or activities that we have votes and satisfied senses with ourselves and emotions that produced us, in the search for similarities and clues about what moves us, attracts us and motivates us, and resources of those who have allowed us to be there.

The steps that will allow us to achieve our dreams and our vocation are:

  • Search the meaning and significance of our lives and concerns that drive us.
  • Taking an active awareness that allows us to leave our comfort zone.
  • Planning a personalized Integral Development, including training and skills.
  • Implementation and monitoring.

I help fulfilling dreams and vocations both personal and professional through active awareness of what one values ​​and wants and what blocks us. My work philosophy follows the guidelines of Positive Psychology to finding fulfilling lives full of meaning and sense.


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