Profile: Mario Villarejo

Mario Villarejo combines a track record of leading large international projects with transformational agendas in a client service context with expertise in professional services, project/program management and organizational development. He works in English, French and Spanish.  

He started his career in business administration and accounting and quickly moved into project  management and transformation programs. Since then, he has been supporting organisations through  bespoke programs to lead change and enable transformation. 

Over the last 6 years, he has been exposed to and furthered his education in executive coaching,  facilitation, team development and organisational development. Mario moves with ease, authenticity  and confidence across a variety of cultures, organisational contexts and leadership levels. 

Recent projects as OD Practitioner, Executive & Team Coach, Facilitator include: 

• Leading in a Matrix Organisation. Accelerating/ Leading Change without authority. (Oil & Gas Industry).  
• Agile Leadership transformation for more than 2000 leaders (top Pharma Organisation). • Developing Emotional & Relational Intelligence and System Awareness in Senior Leadership  Team as an enabler for High Performing Teams (Sports Industry). 
• Leading in Complexity Program for High Potential Leaders. (Oil & Gas Industry). 
• Executive Coaching for Seniors Leaders

Business Experience in corporate environments 
• International Business Transformation Director, Epicor Software  
• Director PMO, EMEA & APAC, Epicor Software  
• Program Manager, Merck KGAA (Germany) 
• Project Management and Business Consultant in Professional Services 

Professional Accreditation 
• Organisational Development Practitioner- NTL Institute 2018 
• Certified in The Leadership Circle & Collective Leadership – 2018 
• Accredited Certified Coach ACC – ICF International Coaching Federation. 2016 
• Organisational Relationship System Coach – ORSC 2019 
• Project Management Professional (PMP) – 2012 Project Management Institute
• Managing Successful Programs (MSP) – 2010