Mario Mathieson

Senior Consultant

Before joining the team, Mario held a wide variety of senior Human Resources leadership roles with Fortune 1000 companies including Hadeed Steel, Great Lakes Chemical, and Chemtura Corporation. He has a wealth of senior-level and international Human Resources experience. He has partnered and assisted many Global Business P&L leaders of large business units with global teams covering commercial, manufacturing, finance, and supply chain operations to drive business results under very challenging conditions and circumstances.

Mario has been accountable for placing senior executives globally, as well as leading talent management programs and business performance improvement projects at the business level. He has led regional Human Resources teams in Latin America, EMEA, and APAC to deliver world-class functional services to multiple business and functional organizations, including the design of country HR policies and procedures covering employee relations, compensation and benefits, talent management, and M&A.

Mario has been a project leader of major M&A activities, tax optimization principle initiatives, and restructuring programs globally. This includes the design and execution of formal employee relations consultations and communications programs and activities in several global locations. As a respected executive coach to business and functional leaders, Mario has been a trusted member of multiple executive teams, and is known for his “plan it, design it, and get it done” ethos.

Culturally adept, Mario is bilingual (English and Italian) and has lived and worked successfully all over the world from Asia/Pacific and the Middle-East, to Europe and North and South America. Based in Manchester, England, Mario leads our international business providing leadership of retained executive search engagements as well as consulting assignments involving leadership development, talent management, culture shaping and engagement strategies, M&A support, and other human capital challenges.

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