Carlo Fontana Giusti
Carlo is an Executive Coach, facilitator, and trainer. He helps organizations, teams and individuals to increase their medium-to-long term performance and satisfaction. He specializes in Leadership, Facilitation, Change Management, Learning and Development Techniques, Innovation and Creativity. His clients are spread across diverse sectors and various European countries.
He is also an affiliate professor of Leadership and Organizational Behavior at ESCP Europe in Turin, London and Paris. He teaches Executive/Team Coaching practices, Training and Development and Culture Management.
Previously, Carlo worked for several years at McKinsey & Company in the Banking, Oil & Gas, Power, Media & Entertainment, Telecom and Travel & Logistic sectors. His work mainly involved strategy, organization, turn-around and business development. Before joining McKinsey, Carlo worked as a Lieutenant for the Guardia di Finanza, "a military police corps" responsible for fiscal crimes. Carlo also spent a period of time as a professional actor.
Carlo holds an MSc in Statistics and Economics from the University of Rome (La Sapienza), an MBA from INSEAD, an MA in Counseling and Expressive Art Therapy from ASPIC in Rome, and has completed the Newfield accredited coach training program in Ontological Coaching.
Born in Italy, Carlo has lived, worked and travelled all over the world. In his spare time Carlo enjoys learning piano and pursuing his passion in theatre and music.