Team Coaches

The Team Coaches are the backbone of our learning methodology. They facilitate and coach the teams towards team performance, having as result the ability of the individuals to form a learning team, to organize themselves as a team in order to start a business or an entrepreneurial project.

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THE ROLE OF THE TEAM COACH

3 stages
Year I
Year II
Years III & IV
Years III & IV Leading the process, engaged and directive.
Years III & IV Co-leading with students, engaged and collaborative.
Years III & IV Observing, helping the students lead the process themselves.

Team Coaches

Paul Călin
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Paul Călin

Through outdoor educational experiences at Wild Thing or podcast series Conversații cu Rost, Paul has created opportunities for young people to grow, learn and develop. At EA, he is doing the same thing as a team coach for students who are willing to work smart for their future as entrepreneurs.

"At EA we have a great opportunity to educate the next generation of entrepreneurs and, at the same time, a big responsibility. Working with smart, experienced, and driven people make being a team coach at EA the right place for me."

Monica Aliman
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Monica Aliman

Monica has large experience in Management and is founder of Marketing Outsourcing and co-founder of Pain Plaisir brand.

“I love what I do because of the continuous exchange between what I have to give and share and what I receive and discover. It's about a constructive, collaborative and autonomous environment in which we all grow.”

Cosmin Alexandru
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Cosmin Alexandru

Cosmin is also co-founder and Dean at The Entrepreneurship Academy. He is Leadership teacher at the MBA program of MSM Romania, having taught also in Azerbaijan, Iran and China. His specializes in Team Development consultancy.

“Working with teams of young entrepreneurs at EA is one of the highlights of my life. Their drive to grow themselves as business leaders is worth all the effort we made in building this university.”

Raluca Raschip
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Raluca Raschip

With a marketing background, Raluca has built a 20-year business experience in management, as leader of GfK Consumer and Retail Business. She trained herself in Systemic Coaching and got certified by the International Coach Federation.

“Becoming a Team Coach at EA - The Entrepreneurship Academy has fulfilled my passion for developing teams, individuals and businesses and marked a key cornerstone in following my mission of creating the new generation of leaders in Romania.”

Dragoș Buzzi
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Dragoș Buzzi

Dragos has a bachelor's degree in economics and after working in several corporations he joined Universitatea Alternativă to build better education for undergraduate students in Romania. As a continuation in his passion for long life learning, Dragoș is a Team Coach at The Entrepreneurship Academy.

"The best place I know where I can impact the younger generation is here, at EA. If there's something to be achieved, I'll be here to challenge, push and assist them on the road to greatness!"

Ilinca Păun
Team Coach LinkedIn

Ilinca Păun

Ilinca worked in real estate, serving as CEO of Colliers International Romania until 2018. She is an entrepreneur, also a business angel in property related startups. Ilinca is co-founder, team coach and business mentor at The Entrepreneurship Academy in Bucharest.

“Coaching young adults at our university has a great meaning to me. I enjoy working with them and I learn every day from our conversations, building together a culture of grit, care and team spirit.”

Frequently
asked questions

Students spend time getting to know each other in the time of the initial Learning Journey in the first semester. While on Learning Journey, the coaches facilitate a process in which the students become teams of students. First, they form at their choice little groups based on friendships and preferences. The second step facilitated by the coach is to unite pairs of 2 groups into one, at the choice of students. The third step is for the coach to use the student’s profiles and criteria for diversity.

Throughout the years, a team could remain with the same coach, but also the academy and the students could consult and decide to change the coach with a new one, based on the team needs at that moment. The objective here is to create a perfect match between the coach skills and value add and the team context and challenges.

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