Mario DiCioccio, MBA, PCC
Mario DiCioccio is an executive coach in private practice, adjunct faculty in the Masters in Organizational Development and Leadership program at St. Joseph’s University and a consulting executive coach to Wharton’s Executive Education Program, Wharton’s McNulty Leadership Program, and Penn State University’s Executive MBA Program.
Through his coaching practice, Mario works with business leaders who want to increase their effectiveness, advance as leaders, feel more satisfied in their careers or have a sounding board for big decisions. His focus areas include: leadership development, coaching skills for leaders, management communications, decision-making and work-life balance. Mario has coached leaders from North America, Europe and Asia and worked with leaders in large and small organizations including: Merck, Pfizer, The Hartford, Deloitte, PJM Interconnection and The Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia. Previously Mario was an executive at Merck & Co., Inc., a management consultant at Peat Marwick (now KPMG) and a part-time lecturer and communication coach at The Wharton School.
Mario’s approach draws on his leadership experiences and coaching skills to catalyze change in his clients. His coaching engagements balance the client’s long-term development with the richness of experience and choice inherent in each moment.
Mario earned his Professional Certified Coach (PCC) credential from the International Coach Federation and his Professional Co-Active Coach (CPCC) credential from the Coaches Training Institute. Mario is also a graduate of the 3-year Gestalt Therapy training program offered by the Gestalt Therapy Institute of Philadelphia. He holds an MBA from Temple University and a B.S. in Mathematics from St. Joseph’s University.