About Us

Miruna Ursache

Business communication coach I Content creator I Writer

“To effectively communicate, we must realize that we are all different in the way we perceive the world and use this understanding as a guide to our communication with others.”
Anthony Robbins

I believe communication is the most rewarding skill a person could develop. How we choose to communicate defines other people’s perceptions of us. It impacts both our personal and professional lives. It can lead us to success or failure.

I had the opportunity to work in some of the largest companies in the world, as well as in start-ups and ONGs, within teams located in several countries across Europe. I fell in love with communication and gradually shifted towards a career in this area. Having completed my academic journey in legal sciences and not enjoying my work, I decided to make a change and joined Solvay Business School in Brussels, one of the most reputed business schools in Europe, where I obtained an executive master’s in Marketing and Creativity. Later on, I decided to broaden my knowledge and took theatre classes for more than 3 years, then qualified as a personal development trainer. I wrote a children book that has already been published in two countries and I am currently working on the sequel. 

We should never stop learning, nor creating.

My love for communication is only surpassed by my love for people and my commitment to sharing knowledge.

To learn, we need to DO. This is the reason why all the communication workshops I created are almost 100% practical and interactive. My method includes exercises, games and techniques utilised in various areas, such as sales, personal development, psychology, improvisation theatre or rhetoric. We learn best when we play and have fun, which is why all the workshops I created are also dynamic, entertaining and meant to bring joy to everybody involved.

It’s easy to achieve great communication, to develop amazing communication skills and improve professional and personal relationships. All it takes is a little bit of understanding, a little bit of patience, interest and will. Let me do the rest 😉