Tomas DrunkenmolleExecutive Coach/Cognitive and Behavioral Profiling Expert
- ⦁ Cognitive & Behaviour Profiling
⦁ Strategic Management
⦁ Executive Mentoring
⦁ Conflict Resolution
⦁ Negotiation and Decision Making
- ⦁ Ph.D Student, Pontifical Catholic University
⦁ MSc., Educational Neuroscience, Harvard University
⦁ M.A, Philosophy, New York University
⦁ BSc., Business Economics, Bayer AG, Germany
Tomas is the Managing Partner at MBC Ltda. (Brazil), an internationally operating consulting firm that applies Cognitive and Behavioral Sciences to Executive Mentoring and Personal Development. Tomas’ consulting and research interests focus on Complex Cognition, more specifically on Cognitive and Behavioral Profiling, Executive Mentoring and Conflict Resolution. Prior to his current position, Tomas conducted research on Negotiation and Decision Making at Harvard Business School, as well as on Adult Development and Educational Development at Harvard Graduate School of Education.
Tomas has taught over 50 MBA (latu sensu) level courses in leading Brazilian Business Schools and, during that time, supervised 40 dissertations (part of the MBA degree requirement) in Strategic Management.
He is the recipient of multiple Business / Entrepreneurship awards and his research has been published in Brazil and in the United States.
He is currently a Ph.D. student at the Pontifical Catholic University, Brazil. He holds a Masters’ in Educational Neuroscience from Harvard University, Master of Arts in Philosophy from New York University, and a Bachelors’ in Business Economics from Bayer AG, Germany.
Before founding MBC Ltda., Tomas gained international business experience within globally operating Industries and Trading Corporations, including: General Management and Chief Executive responsibilities;
Sales and Marketing Management experience in 5 countries; Negotiation and Decision Making in diverse cultures (USA, Latin America, Europe, and Asia)
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