I started working as Politecnico di Milano intern for the Italian Space Agency and then moved into the Consulting Industry develiring value to the some of the most IT-intensive firms in the World in the context of high impact initiatives and programs. As Solutions Architect and Team Leader I delivered dozens of successful initiatives for many Fortune 100 companies worldwide, and acted as a mentor for several junior colleagues. In my current role as Head of Operations I am responsible for an international team of engineers, I manage the hiring process and look for innovation opportunities working as primary point of contact with the most important universities in the Country; I am responsible for the fulfillment of the Company revenue and growth expected results, reporting directly to the Executive Board.
A morning of February, I stumbled upon an article titled "Google Employees Weighed In on What Makes a Highly Effective Manager- Is it possible to engineer the perfect boss?". I immediately wondered what the Boston team would have to say about...me, and so I ran a quick, simple and anonymous survey, asking to rate some key qualities from 1 (least) to 5 (most)
I have delivered - and still enjoy it, whenever there is a good chance - keynotes, technical presentations, training, coaching and mentoring sessions, such as:
Recorded at Northeastern University, February 2018
Recorded at BMC Engage, November 2014
MBTI classification, test run on March 2018
ENFJs are natural-born leaders, full of passion and charisma. Forming around two percent of the population, they are oftentimes our politicians, our coaches and our teachers, reaching out and inspiring others to achieve and to do good in the world. With a natural confidence that begets influence, ENFJs take a great deal of pride and joy in guiding others to work together to improve themselves and their community. People are drawn to strong personalities, and ENFJs radiate authenticity, concern and altruism, unafraid to stand up and speak when they feel something needs to be said. ENFJs are vulnerable to another snare as well: they have a tremendous capacity for reflecting on and analyzing their own feelings, but if they get too caught up in another person’s plight, they can develop a sort of emotional hypochondria, seeing other people’s problems in themselves, trying to fix something in themselves that isn’t wrong