About

Tony Scutella, BA, MA, CIM, is the founder, Head Coach and Senior Business Consultant with Shifting Mindsets.

He established his consulting firm in 2008 following a 35 year career as a Human Resource professional. For nearly 20 years, he held the position of Vice-President of Human Resources, first with Nalco/Exxon and then with The Clorox Company where he provided his services globally. As a senior executive at these firms, he developed a wide range of expertise, with particular emphasis in Change and Transition management, as he facilitated several high profile acquisitions and mergers. He became known as the Internal Coach/Consultant. His experience also includes: Business Coaching and Consulting, Employee Engagement, Behavioural Assessments, Change and Transition, Sales Training, High Performance Teams,Manufacturing, Growth Initiatives and Labour Negotiations. He is comfortable applying his skills in large corporate environments, with thousands of employees, in union and non-union settings in North America and abroad, as well as smaller businesses and not-for-profit organizations. Tony is also proud to provide career counselling for students on a pro-bono basis in Canada and the USA.

Tony knows from experience, that Leaders and Business Owners need tools and processes that are simple and effective and has developed several proven methods to address those needs. He is an expert in assessing business and organizational needs, developing customized solutions, implementing those solutions and educating leaders to sustain success. He is a certified Coach, holding two professional designations and a member of the International Coaching Federation (ICF).

Shifting Mindsets has partnered with a group of seasoned professional consultants and organizations including The Pulse Check, Derhak Ireland Executive Search,  Miller Gleann Consulting, ABS Solutions,  and The Growth Coach (our affiliated Coaching company). Our Consultants all have international experience.

Email: Tony@shiftingmindsets.ca

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