Manuel Manga is an organizational consultant, facilitator, and leadership coach with international experience consulting to large and small organizations. He has worked throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, Latin America, Africa, India, Asia, Middle East, and Europe to both private and non-profit organizations. He speaks English and Spanish.
Mr.Manga’s work focuses on leadership development, strategic conversations, team building, systems thinking, organizational learning, corporate social responsibility, and sustainability.
As a consultant and coach, his work is about human and organizational transformation in the context of creating sustainable systems that work for all stakeholders.
Mr. Manga has worked with Anglo American, Allianz, Conoco, Cemex, Chrysler, Grupo Maseca, Givaudan, The World Bank, BankBoston, Ben & Jerry’s, Oxfam, CARE, Plan International, Import Products, EPA, FairTradeUSA, Herman Miller, State Street Bank, Westinghouse, UNDP, USAID, Genzyme, and NYDEC. He has coached leaders at Cemex, Conoco, UNDP, BankBoston, and NSA. He was a speaker at the Brazil Learning Organization Conference, The World Future Society Conference, and The Organizational Design Conference, and the Guatemala management conference.
Previously, Mr. Manga worked as a Human Resource manager, and Organizational consultant at Digital Equipment Corporation, where he trained manufacturing and engineering managers in leading technical organizations, principles of quality management, managing performance, and building effective teams. During his eleven years at Digital Equipment Corporation, he received several awards, including the Excellence Award for Management Education.
Mr. Manga holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Humanistic Psychology from the University of Massachusetts and a Master of Education in Social Psychology from Boston University. He studied with Humberto Maturana and Fernando Flores, pioneers in cognition, communication, and management. He has studied leadership with Ronald Heifetz, and Learning organizations with Peter Senge. He is a member of The Society for Organizational Learning.