Juan Mobili, Senior Consultant
Juan Mobili is a Senior Consultant for the Authentic Leadership Institute, a leadership consulting firm committed to creating leaders and organizations with a deeper purpose and the courage to transform their business impact.
Client work with the Institute has included Heineken and Thermo Fisher and Wharton, with additional work in the government, banking and pharmaceutical industries.
Juan is a Leadership Development consultant, executive coach and facilitator who believes that agile collaboration, dynamic talent development and integrity of execution are the critical elements for reaching and sustaining ambitious organizational goals.
He has been an executive coach as part of the Wharton School of Business’ Advanced Management Program, and for Harvard Business School’s senior leadership programs on organizational transformation. As a result of this pursuit, Juan has developed his own brand of consulting and executive coaching providing his clients with the ability to develop a unique leadership identity, and leverage their capacity to inspire themselves and others to unleash their organizational potential.
In addition to this, Juan has also designed and/or facilitated one-of-a-kind presentations and events for top senior leadership at Citicorp, AstraZeneca, PAHO (the UN’s Pan American Health Organization) and GlaxoSmithKline.
Juan’s impact is visible in his work with global companies. For the last twenty years, he has designed and facilitated senior team programs for organizations throughout the United States, Latin America, Europe, focusing on defining and executing their business strategies, developing their next generation of senior leaders. These efforts have elevated cross-functional alignment and dynamic execution for companies such as Nike, Disney, Danone, General Electric, Hewlett-Packard, McDonald’s and Microsoft, among others.
Juan is fluent in Spanish and English and is a professional writer and translator (Spanish, English, Italian, and Portuguese). He’s also published poems, articles, and translations in literary and business publications in Argentina, Spain, and the US. He was educated in Argentina and the US with an emphasis on Philosophy of Language and Social Anthropology.