Rodrigo Aranha MCC

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 Rodrigo Aranha MCC   

Rodrigo Aranha MCC

Rodrigo Aranha is a highly skilled and experienced coach, focused on executives at senior levels in corporate organizations. Having spent the majority of his career as a corporate executive, he understands the intricacies of being a leader in an organization. His background also in corporate Human Resources has contributed to his abilities as an executive coach. Rodrigo frequently coaches about the topics of leadership, change management, strategic planning & execution, political savvy and people management.

Rodrigo coaches in both Portuguese and English.

Before becoming a professional coach, Rodrigo held the role of Director of Human Resources for Banco J.P. Morgan S/A, with responsibility for policies, practices and procedures related to the area of Human Resources for the offices in Brazil, Argentina and Chile. Prior to his experience at J.P. Morgan, Rodrigo was Executive Vice President of Lloyds TSB S/A, with responsibility for managing the business related to individual clients. In this organization, Rodrigo also had responsibilities for managing the areas of Corporate and Private Banking, and contributed to the strategic planning of the Consumer Finance business.

Rodrigo was elected President of the ICF (International Coach Federation), Charter Chapter of São Paulo for 2013 to 2015 and reelected for the term 2016 to 2018. He was also elected as a board member for the ICF Brasil.

Rodrigo earned his Masters degree in Business Administration at Fundação Getúlio Vargas, has a degree in Production Engineering from the Escola Politecnica of the University of São Paulo and participated in courses of management expertise in Wharton, INSEAD, Columbia and Michigan. He studied coaching at Instituto Ecosocial (ACTP training), is a Master Certified Coach (MCC) by the ICF – International Coach Federation, a Certified Mentor Coach (CMC at InviteCHANGE) and an Accredited Coaching Supervisor (ACS at Coaching Supervision Academy). 

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