Instrumental in growing Senn Delaney consulting revenue from $10 million to $40 million annually.
Integrally involved in shaping purposeful, rewarding organizational culture at Senn Delaney.
Key member of team preparing Senn Delaney for acquisition, identifying the right strategic partner, and then negotiating with Heidrick & Struggles.
Coached CEO of Indivior (maker of suboxone) to navigate taking the company public. Helped move client from Director of Marketing to CEO, and supported his creation of a patient-centric culture.
Advised New York Life’s CIO on transforming his business to effectively compete for software engineers / developers, among them Google, Amazon, and Facebook.
Led FedEx engagement to imbue the PSP (People Service Product) leadership philosophy into what had grown into a global, 300,000-strong Fortune 500 company.
Following merger that created Glaxo Smith-Kline, led The Leadership Edge program to integrate the merged companies around a common set of values.
Advised Loblaw’s management board in the creation and implementation of the B3 program: Better Me, Better We, Better Loblaw that led to improved performance and being named among Canada’s 10 Most Admired Corporate Cultures list in 2011.
I’m Mike Marino.
After being a CEO and advising them for more than three
decades, I now work as a confidential advisor to Chief
Executives and other senior leaders to help you set a path
Through my work, I’ve learned how important it is to create a
healthy, high-performance work culture in order to meet the challenges created by changing customer needs, government regulation, technological advances, and global market dynamics. And I understand the clear role leaders play in establishing such a culture.
I was an early pioneer in the field of organizational development and culture-shaping and have spent my career helping leaders think through and master the challenges of leadership, culture, and performance.
As a Partner in and then CEO of Senn Delaney*, I advised C-level executives on a range of culture initiatives. I led strategic accounts in global and Fortune 500 companies across a wide range of industries, including transportation, retail, pharmaceuticals, insurance, and financial services.
Into all, I integrated my understanding of how culture works in concert with business strategy and operations to drive sustainable performance.Results followed: more satisfying work environments, higher employee engagement and retention, and greater revenue and profitability.
In addition to being a CEO, I’ve led significant businesses in senior roles, consistently delivering robust growth through collaboration and perseverance. Click here to see my resume.
I learned long ago that leaders need to have rich lives outside of work, and I walk my talk. I lead an Americana swing band known as the Howlers; am an active member of the yoga community; march in a Mardi Gras dance group, the Amelia Earhawt’s; and support the New Orleans Musicians Clinic that provides health care to musicians in that city.
*now a division of Heidrick & Struggles