In The Press
About César Gamio
Workplace Wellbeing Certified Consultant Executive Life Coach
Founder & Managing Director at Dharma Centre for Wellbeing
Soon after earning his degree in International Business Management from universities in the United States and Japan, César led a successful career in two Fortune 500 companies in the technology & communications industry for 15 years, holding executive leadership positions in various regions across the world.
César is now an adjunct professor at IE Business School, a Corporate Wellness Specialist certified by the Corporate Health and Wellness Association (U.S.A), and an Executive Life Coach accredited by the European Mentoring and Coaching Council (EMCC).
Under the training and personal guidance of Dr Deepak Chopra, the global leading authority on mind-body medicine, César became a Senior Educator for the Chopra Center for Wellbeing. He also serves as Senior Advisor to the London-based Global Centre for Conscious Leadership.
For the past decade, César has been providing workplace wellbeing and change management consultancy, facilitating workshops, webinars and coaching executives across multiple industries in Europe, the Middle East, Asia, Africa, North and Latin America.
César lives in England with his wife and two children.
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Workplace Wellbeing Accreditation
Performance Through Wellbeing:
Panels & Webinars
Holistic employee wellbeing – with César Gamio.
Psych Health and Safety Podcast
Is Resilience a Myth – Understanding Resilience Through Belonging.
Cisco Special Wellbeing Event
Guest Blog Posts
🔗 "Achieving the ideal performance state"
“In today’s world, a lot of businesses tend to glorify or idolise people that reach their targets or exceed their targets, with complete disregard for how this person actually achieved it”.
🔗 "This aspect of yourself could be your downfall"
Keeping your ego in check can help you advance in your career
“Developing a healthy sense of self is no easy task. As we go through life being brought up by our parents, being schooled, being influenced by the media, socialising and interacting with the world, our mind produces an inner narrative about our self-image that gets reinforced as time passes”.