Miguel Castillo leads Spencer Stuart’s Leadership Advisory Services in Perú. He brings more than 15 years of corporate experience advising senior management leading digital and cultural transformation, helping leaders and organizations solve adaptive challenges to help them thrive in times of uncertainty and change. He works with CEOs, HR executives and C-level teams to enhance leadership capabilities, with a focus on leadership development, team effectiveness, employee engagement, organization design and culture transformation.

Proven track record in creating positive impact by helping others to thrive

  • Miguel is a lifelong learner driven by a fundamental curiosity about human behavior, design, business and technology. He is passionate about helping others to find creative solutions to adaptive challenges.
  • Prior to joining Spencer Stuart, he was director of talent at Scotiabank Perú, where he brought a human-centered-design approach to HR and led key organizational change processes to build new leadership capabilities and align purpose, strategy and culture to navigate the company’s digital transformation.
  • He also served as head of customer experience and director of human resources at Casa Andina — Intercorp’s hotel group — where he helped to build the company’s customer-centric culture and led the organizational transformation to cope with new market opportunities and accelerated growth.
  • Miguel lived in Barcelona for two years, where he gained international consulting experience working with renowned global companies, including IDEO, Telefónica and the Institute of Next, applying the latest approaches to leadership development, organization design, transformation and change.

Miguel earned a bachelor’s degree in business from Universidad del Pacífico and a global executive MBA from INCAE Business School. He has completed executive programs at HBS, MIT, Disney Institute and Hyper Island, and has interdisciplinary training in performing arts and group facilitation. He also is mentor at Endeavor. Miguel lives in Lima with his wife and two kids, loves to travel, meet new people and learn new things.

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