Matheus has over fifteen years of experience as a senior consultant in leadership development programs for executives and nine years of consulting in the banking sector. His work in the Brazilian and South American markets has been focused on change management processes and training the sales task force in both retail and wholesale sectors for such large corporations as: Itaú and Unibanco, Santander and Banespa, Santander and ABN AMRO. He is a Certified Integral Professional Coach™  with three international certifications licensed by Integral Coaching Canada, Inc. and is a member of the International Coaching Federation, ICF Colorado Chapter. He is at a PCC level as a Coach. His professional expertise encompasses leadership development, change management, team building, strategic planning,emotional management for teams, sales training and presentation techniques, executive coaching, life coaching, career coaching and team coaching.
Fluent in English, Spanish, Portuguese and at a basic level in Japanese, Matheus has been working widely in South America for multinacional corporations such as: Vale S.A., Allianz Insurance Group, Kirin Brasil Group, Scania, Agilent, BB E Mapfre Insurance Group, C&A, Gradiente, Roche-Pharma, Unilever, Vivo, Belgo-Mineira, Abbot Laboratories, Cargill, Directv/SKY, Siemens, ThyssenKrupp, Scania, Omron, Atos Origin, and Cyrela.
People Trained
Global Corporations
Languages Spoken
Leadership Development
Now married and living in Denver, Colorado Matheus is expanding the national reach of the Metacoaching Corporation as the Executive Director for the United States. He brings a wealth of information including cutting edge techniques learned at the Reich Center for Human Development in São Paulo, Brazil. There Matheus was trained in psychological therapeutic approaches of Bioenergetics, Biodynamics and Biosynthesis.

Amongst the many professional accolades he has acquired, he is also a teacher for, and founder of the Suizen Shakuhachi Dojo, a international training center in the Shakuhachi tradition (ancient Japanese Zen flute).