Maite Baron

International Speaker

Maite Barón® is known by some as ‘The Corporate Escape Coach™’ for her specialised work in helping disillusioned professionals break free from the rat race. She is also known as a tough leader who helps others 'see' how they can rekindle their passion for life by reinventing themselves as businesses owners to achieve success, wellbeing and fulfilment on their terms.

A qualified NLP Master Practitioner, NLP Executive Coach, NLP Business Applications Consultant and shortlisted as ‘Executive Coach of the Year’ by the Association of Professional Coaches, Trainers and Consultants, Maite had over 15 years’ experience working with executives, managers and private clients in career transition, leadership development, success mindsets and change management before founding The Corporate Escape ™.

Maite’s author of Amazon's bestseller and Multi-Award-Winner ‘Corporate Escape: the Rise of the New Entrepreneur’. She is also co-founder of The Corporate Escape Foundation® ‘Business with heart and Soul’, co-author of 'A World Book of Values' and 'Successful Women in Business' (UK Edition) and is a regular contributor to wellbeing, business and entrepreneurial -based blogs.



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The Power Behind Team

The Power Behind Team Diversity

One of the main reasons why people set up in business is a desire for independence and freedom. Often that's a reaction to the constraints of working for a large organisation where there's little flexibility to 'do your own thing'.
30/06/2015 12:08 BST
Eight Ways to Keep Fit and Be in Control of Your Professional

Eight Ways to Keep Fit and Be in Control of Your Professional Life

We all know that it's important to keep fit and healthy. Yet when you're under continual pressure trying to meet deadlines and juggling priorities, it's easy to trust in your ability to just keep going and ignore what your body and mind might be telling you differently.
01/06/2015 11:31 BST
The Fragility of Time, the Strength of

The Fragility of Time, the Strength of Vision

Artists take their inspiration from all manner of influences, but I haven't come across one before who gets hers from "going to lots of tea shops, drinking gallons of tea and eating tonnes of cake!"
22/04/2015 13:12 BST
Six Business Lessons From an Artist's

Six Business Lessons From an Artist's Perspective

Mat's artistic career has included drawing cartoons, being a commercial artist, working in advertising and as a fine artist. However, his current passion is reinterpreting discarded materials he finds in second-hand shops, in skips and in walks by the river.
31/03/2015 17:40 BST
Six Characteristics That Define an

Six Characteristics That Define an Entrepreneur

Entrepreneurs see potential, both large and small, before others even conceive the possibility. So, if you've ever thought of a good business idea, seen a gap in the market or noticed a better way to do something, then you already have the right mindset.
19/03/2015 10:31 GMT
A Look at the Working Landscape in

A Look at the Working Landscape in 2035

The future isn't set in stone, however it is clear that technology will highly impact the working population, in some cases for the better and in others for the worse, and the reality is that everyone is vulnerable to these changes.
06/03/2015 12:59 GMT
Employee or Entrepreneur - It's a Matter of

Employee or Entrepreneur - It's a Matter of Choice

Fortunately, being an entrepreneur has now become much easier thanks to new technologies and the internet, which have reduced the risk of setting up in business significantly. Lack of job opportunities has also driven entrepreneurial change and so made starting up your own business a much more attractive alternative.
27/02/2015 12:17 GMT
It's Time to Stop Your Dream

It's Time to Stop Your Dream Shrinkation

The reality is that today, anybody with ambition, determination and courage can start a successful business - whatever their age. And it's true for the over-50s too. In fact, 'baby boomer' businesses are booming, as more and more of them take the entrepreneurial plunge.
02/02/2015 10:58 GMT
From Work Disengagement to Soul

From Work Disengagement to Soul Fulfillment

Even in our technological age, people are still the best asset of any business. Unfortunately, while employers may want the best from those they employ, not all are prepared to give it. And not all companies are willing to invest in their workforce to make sure that happens.
03/12/2014 15:09 GMT
The Cure for

The Cure for Unhappiness

It shouldn't come as any surprise to learn that children are for the most part pretty happy. After all, they have lots of play time, get everything done for them and don't have to worry about paying the bills.
17/10/2014 12:31 BST
Four Business Lessons From a Sound Business

Four Business Lessons From a Sound Business Case

Spurning the standard speakers that most of us are familiar with, they opt instead for what is a functional piece of art made out of vintage suitcases. With stylish personalised designs, each Bass Trunkies speaker is unique and handcrafted.
03/10/2014 11:08 BST
The Domino Effect of

The Domino Effect of Self-Employment

520,000 new businesses were created in the UK last year, with nearly 73,000 of them (14%) set up by former corporate employees - as a nation we're clearly becoming increasingly entrepreneurial and maybe even recapturing something of our "bulldog spirit" when it comes to trade and innovation.
19/09/2014 12:13 BST
The Economics of Happiness - Changing the

The Economics of Happiness - Changing the System

From the national data that's being collected, mostly by developed nations, one thing is clear and it's that increased GDP and higher levels of consumer spending doesn't seem to make us that much happier. So what does?
13/08/2014 15:10 BST
Escape Mediocrity: a Takeaway From

Escape Mediocrity: a Takeaway From China

We're living in an increasingly vibrant entrepreneurial society... 90% of new jobs created in Britain in the fourth quarter of 2013 were classed as self-employed... it will provide us with opportunities, not just in terms of wealth creation, but also for social mobility and individual well being.
01/08/2014 17:39 BST