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Matthew Levy is the Founder and Chief Catalyst of Results Management Group, a management consulting and executive coaching firm that supports executives, management teams, and families to align with bold new visions, manage strategy execution to achieve new levels of results, create family, team and company-wide cultures that inspire and motivate.  He has more than 25 years of experience in strategy, operations, family business, management consulting, executive coaching, and conflict resolution; being a catalyst for companies to improve executive and business performance and for families to foster love and harmony at home and work as they shepherd the company and family wealth for future generations.

Matthew excels at guiding clients to: achieve clarity about and commitment to compelling new visions, effectively collaborate, release limiting beliefs and other barriers to success, improve personal effectiveness, and build capacity to lead, collaborate, and manage execution that leads to dramatically improved relationships and increasingly better and more predictable business results.

As a strategic and results-focused consultant and engaging catalyst for transformational change, he is recognized for his ability to productively support, deeply empathize with, and inspire clients to move past unproductive mental models and freely take action and communicate in a way that inspires new behavior and transforms productivity, leadership and collaboration to positively change outcomes. Through his provocative and high-impact consulting, his clients aspire to achieve an entirely new level of effectiveness and results.

He has worked with executives and management teams at such well-known companies as Benetton USA, Kaplan Virtual Education, Motorola, Chevron, KBR (Halliburton), Bristol-Myers Squibb, TransUnion, IBM, GE, Rand McNally, Ameritech, Goldman Sachs, Andrew Corporation, ADC, Prudential Steel/Maverick, Huntsman, ConocoPhillips, Columbia Forest Products, Arkema, BHP Billiton, CB Richard Ellis and many others. He has also worked with dozens of family businesses and entrepreneurial ventures and NGOs and governments including the World Bank, Northwestern University, Florida International University, the United States Peace Corps, the Republic of South Korea, and the Spanish Consulate in Chicago.

Matthew previously held corporate positions in strategic marketing, business development, market research, and alliance management with Motorola in Latin America. He holds an MBA from Thunderbird School of Global Management and a BA in International Studies from the School of International Service at The American University. He also studied Conflict Resolution at the Harvard Negotiation Insight Initiative at the Project on Negotiation of Harvard Law School, Entrepreneurship at the Wharton School of Business, and family business and marketing at the Monterey Institute of Technology (ITESM) near Mexico City. He speaks English, Spanish, and Portuguese and has traveled to more than 35 countries, living for extended periods in Europe, Latin America, and the Middle East.

He has been a guest lecturer at Florida International University and he is the author of many articles on family business,  management and leadership, decision-making, strategy execution and more, including: “Transforming Corporate Results: Five Critical Elements for CEO Success, “Preventing Family Business Conflict: Decision Making and the Family Business Constitution,” “Manage Execution to Grow Like the Inc. 5000,” “Overcome the Six Hurdles to Effective Execution Management“,” and “Creating a Performance Culture.”