Dr. Paolo Terni is an ICF Professional Certified Coach (PCC) who works with Executives to develop their leadership and their ability to thrive at work and in life.
As a Solution-Focused practitioner, Paolo Terni is committed to quickly deliver value to his clients by helping them build sustainable solutions in just a few sessions. As a Work and Positive Psychologist, he is passionate about helping clients work smarter, perform better and achieve more, while increasing their wellbeing.
Dr. Paolo Terni has worked for different consulting firms in Europe and in the US to support their clients in Change Management, Organization Development and People Development programs. Among his clients: Sanpellegrino, HP, Microsoft, Trenitalia, ZF, Molmed, Crif, Bayer, Sutter Health, Eurofin, Burgo.
A member of Solutionsurfers International Faculty and UC Davis Extension Faculty, Paolo Terni is shaping the next generation of coaches by leading coach-specific certification trainings and by mentoring.
A life-long learner and passionate about applied psychology, Paolo Terni holds a Ph.D. in Philosophy of Psychology with concentration on Work Psychology (University of Milan, Italy, class of 1994), and a Master in Applied Positive Psychology program (University of Pennsylvania, class of 2014). At U Penn he conducted research on goal achievement at the Positive Psychology Center under the supervision of Angela Duckworth, Ph.D.
Dr. Paolo Terni is the author of Coaching Leader: From human potential to business results and of Mr. Bear wants to be loved and other stories about making change easier. He is a contributor to the book Doing something different: Solution-Focused brief therapy practices, and the author of many articles and papers published in professional and research journals.
Specialties: Leadership Development, Organizational Development, Change Management, Personal Development, Mentor Coaching, Executive Coaching, Mergers and Acquisitions, Family Business, Solution-Focused Coaching, Positive Psychology, Peak Performance, Employee Engagement, Positive Organizational Interventions.