Before becoming a coach, Giuseppe enjoyed a successful career in General Manager and Managing Director roles across many disciplines such as marketing, organizational development and CEO advising in the Publishing and Executive Coaching fields. With his corporate executive background, working in companies such as Pearson and McGraw-Hill Education, he understands linking business vision and strategy with personal engagement and growth.
Through his many experiences, he brings practical executive leadership experience to the coaching process and integrates it with the renowned coaching certification training he has obtained through Marshall Goldsmith Coaching. From designing from scratch to reorganizing management and leadership teams, he distils his lived corporate and coaching experiences into direction and vision for his clients to reach the next level of productivity and leadership success.
Having earned the reputation of providing top executive coaching to chairpersons, chief executive officers, and leaders at the highest corporate and organizational levels over the past decade, he has a career in coaching where his passion, skills, and experience intersect. He has a keen talent for transforming the performance of a successful executive into something that benefits them and their company at a deeper level.
His Accreditation – EMCC (European Mentoring and Coaching Council) Senior Practitioner level awarded – Marshall Goldsmith Stakeholder Centered Coaching – SCC Individual Certification – SCC Team Certification – Global Leader of the Future (GLOF) – Global Leadership Assessment Certification – Global Leadership Coach – Global Leadership Coach Certification
What words of advice and encouragement would you give to someone just starting out in HR?
Managing Human Resources means taking care of the company’s most valuable asset. It is the only asset that thinks and can improve in total autonomy. To destroy this value is detrimental to the company in which one works and to the community one belongs to.
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