Adrian Constantinescu has worked in the manufacturing industry in Canada for over twenty years, of which eight years were in the automotive sector. He is a University graduate with a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering. His technical, interpersonal and communication skills have contributed to the success of various organizations in his career.
The many experiences and challenges he has faced in the industry have helped him to develop mental strength and become the person he is today. Adrian’s exceptional work ethic has allowed him to build strong relationships with both, customers and co-workers. Adrian is a goal-oriented and self-motivated person whose positive outlook on life is contagious.
Adrian is passionate about helping others to become confident and to see more in themselves. Over the past few years he has coached many people to achieve their goals. His “can do” attitude has inspired many individuals to take action and make positive changes in their lives. Adrian is a natural people person and a good listener, which allows him to easily connect with other people.
Adrian enjoys pushing himself out of his comfort zone by running marathons and competing in Ironman triathlon races. He has a competitive mindset and always strives to be the best he can be in his personal and professional life.
His favourite quote: “Winners never lose and Quitters never win” describes his positive mental attitude towards his athletic ambitions and his zest for life. He is a person who believes that life has to be appreciated and experienced.
As an award-winning speaker in various speech competitions, he is a firm believer in continuous personal development.
Adrian has an exceptional understanding of the challenges people in the manufacturing industry face on a daily basis. It is the combination of his experience as a mechanical engineer, his people skills and his vision of a more fulfilling work life that provides a new and refreshing perspective. People deserve to be at their personal best. As a speaker, trainer and coach he believes that everyone has a voice, and companies will certainly benefit if their employees are empowered to use it.