Sandra is a specialist in management and organizational behavior having worked in Headhunting and Leadership Consulting for over 15 years. She first served at Korn Ferry for 5 years and in 2009 joined Bäcker Advisory, now Bäcker & Partners where she specializes in Executive Search for Senior Management and Leadership Consulting in the local and Latin American market.She is also a specialist in Competency Assessments and interpretation of Hogan Assessments for Senior Managers and in coaching senior executives on career plans and professional development.She is a Chair at Vistage @ the first women only Clevel group in Latin America. Sandra is Advisory Board Member at FAME (Argentine Forum of Executive Women), on the AESC LATAM Diversity Leadership Council, is Member of the Employment Community at Adhra (Argentine Human Resources Association) and an active Member of IDEA.
She is a Speaker on topics such as Management, Culture and Diversity and has written numerous articles for local papers. She has also been on various radio programs recently where she was interviewed regarding her view on the local headhunting market. Sandra was born in the United States, where she completed her schooling. She is bilingual in English and Spanish and has a degree in Systems from Universidad de Belgrano. She completed a Human Resources Graduate Course at Universidad Torcuato Di Tella, is certified in Hogan Assessments, certified in Denison Culture & Leadership and holds 2 Coaching Certifications. One from Conscious Business Coaching (Fred Kofman) and the other from the NeuroLeadership Institute (Brain Based Coaching). She recently completed the DEP course at IGEP which enables her to serve as an Independent Board Member.
Articles mentioning Sandra OliveThe Director's Dilemma - February 2023 Edition | 01 February 2023
Phenomenal Women of AltoPartners - Sandra Olive Bäcker | 23 May 2022
Advice for the Class of 2021 | 15 July 2021
World Book Day: AltoPartners' Top Reads for New CEOs - 15 Must Reads For Newly Appointed CEOs | 05 March 2021
Dead Ends, Deviations and other Deal Breakers | 25 February 2020
Close, but no Cigar! | 18 November 2019