What I do

Whether I’m coaching, facilitating, or training, my work focuses on creating learning experiences to pause and reflect on what matters.

A common theme amongst my clients is the need for a thinking space—a way to step back and reflect on their lives, work, and situations from a distance. A thinking space provides a safe container to explore thoughts, emotions, desires, perspectives, and courses of action. Through this reflection, my clients shift from living in a reactive mode to moving with intention.

I see this need in private clients, executives, managers, groups, and teams from a wide range of organizations and institutions. Our hyper-accelerated world and the abundance of stimuli screaming for our attention amplify the need. And it’s compounded by the chaotic, convoluted global landscape and the mere complexity of being human.

I don’t believe in quick fixes and plug-and-play solutions. The way out of the labyrinth is by knowing more about ourselves, our place in the world, how we relate to others, and how we interact with the many systems we’re a part of.

Depending on the client’s specific situation and challenges, the process can take different shapes and forms. It can range from a one-hour conversation to a series of sessions or workshops spanning months. I’m fluent in English and Italian. And I’m available in person or virtually.

My practice blends my corporate experience with my studies in psychology, philosophy, experience design, strategic foresight, arts, business, and a sense of play.


Most of us spend our days pulled in different directions—work, family, social life, and maybe even caring for a pet. There comes a time when we’re suddenly faced with a dilemma or a difficult decision. Or we feel out of sync, overwhelmed, anxious, and confused.

This is where coaching can help.

Coaching is a space for deep and honest reflection. It’s where you can discover and say out loud what you really think, feel, and desire—all while building clarity to move forward. During our confidential and trust-based conversations, you’ll enjoy the freedom to explore and play with ideas. And you’ll learn more about yourself and the roles you play. The world will start to make more sense, and you will see how you fit within it.

Whether one-on-one, team, or group coaching, every engagement is unique. They’re co-created, step by step, with the client to address specific situations and needs. But what’s constant is my psychodynamic and holistic approach, stemming from the belief that self-awareness is a fundamental ingredient to develop personally and professionally.

Self-awareness is the compass that guides us toward deeper fulfillment. It helps us understand the forces “below the surface” that influence individual and organizational behavior, patterns, and leadership styles. These forces can either hinder or foster business outcomes and personal well-being.

The coaching process often unfolds in a nonlinear way—there will be moments of deep introspection, lightness, doubts and questioning, and humor and play. You could feel discomfort, face inconvenient truths, and experience delight and elation. In a way, the process is a dynamic experience that mirrors the variety and texture of life.

I care as much about your progress and success as you do. Although you will do the work alone, you won’t be lonely.

Here’s how the process played out for some of my clients.

Reasons to work with me

  • You want to better understand your leadership qualities, style, strengths, and areas for development.

  • You’re in the middle of a transition or crisis—personally or professionally. You’ve lost sight of your path and feel stuck.

  • You love what you do and have a rewarding career. But you’re sensing that you’ll soon be hungry for something more or different.

  • You lead a complex, dispersed, multicultural team, and you want to be effective and impactful.

  • You are ready for change, but you don’t know where to start or how to create a roadmap to make it happen.

  • You need to manage an existing business challenge, get ready for a high-stakes conversation, or prepare for an upcoming intense period.

  • You are questioning the very meaning of your life, your place in the world, and whether “this is all there is.”

  • You feel you are climbing a ladder that’s leaning against the wrong wall.

  • You are moving into a new role, a new company, or a new country. Because you’re juggling multiple priorities, responsibilities, and demands, you need headspace and clarity to think more strategically and feel confident and grounded.

  • You find yourself firefighting, always tired, mostly reactive, and enduring high levels of stress. You thought it was just a phase, but deep down, you know it has become your norm.

  • Your team needs to level up its game. Maybe it’s newly formed, going through a transition, or just needs to find the right swing.

  • You feel there’s something other than “work–life balance.” You want to integrate the many parts of yourself, your life, and the roles you play in it.

Training & Facilitation

Like individuals, teams and organizations are “living beings” with their own specific DNA and personalities. They have a unique mix of thoughts, feelings, and narratives that translate into behaviors. To foster growth and well-being, one must understand the complex dynamics that impact and shape performance.

This perspective is the core of my approach to any learning and development program, whether a one-off workshop for a few hours or a longer journey. I design and facilitate reflective learning experiences based on my personal blend of corporate and coaching expertise, psychology, and systems dynamics. When I work with groups and teams, I create an environment to foster conversations that need to happen, truths to emerge, and ideas for relevant actions.

Depending on the client’s needs and objectives, I may collaborate with talented and diverse professionals from my trusted international network.

My areas of expertise include

  • Leadership Development

  • High-performing Teams

  • Cross-cultural Teams

  • Change Management

  • Executive Presence

  • Navigating Power and Influence

  • Life Integration and Well-being

  • Experience Design