Mitesh Kapadia is an accomplished executive training consultant with a distinctive blend of technical expertise and a deep commitment to personal growth. His experiences span from IT auditing to co-founding yoga studios and integrating mindfulness into leadership training.
At the core of Mitesh’s expertise is a dedicated focus on supporting individuals in becoming effective leaders. He helps professionals stand confidently in their communication skills and demonstrate executive presence.
With over 15 years of experience as a learning partner and workshop facilitator, Mitesh has become a trusted consultant for Fortune 500 companies. He has served industry giants such as Apple, Cisco, Pfizer, PNC, Johnson & Johnson, Genentech, Salesforce, Verizon, PWC, Lockheed Martin, Cognizant, Microsoft, Oracle, Intel, Abbott Labs, Adobe, and Ebay.
Mitesh began his professional journey in 2005, joining Goldman Sachs as a Senior Analyst in their IT Auditing Department. In 2007, he shifted his focus to training and development. In addition to his role as a training consultant, the following years saw him co-founding and owning two yoga studios in Silicon Valley, showcasing his versatility and dedication to holistic well-being. During his year-long sabbatical in 2011, Mitesh embarked on a transformative journey near the Himalayas in India, where he studied as a yoga and mindfulness teacher.
He has global experience, having conducted training sessions in Canada, India, Singapore, Mexico, Australia, and Thailand. His commitment to transformative learning is evident in his work with over 10,000 participants across various industries over the past 15 years. Mitesh blends elements from mindfulness, improv theater, and entrepreneurship into his sessions, creating a dynamic and engaging learning experience.
Mitesh holds a Master of Science in Information Systems and a Bachelor’s in Computer Engineering, both earned from Stevens Institute of Technology. Mitesh currently lives in Northern California, in the midst of pristine Tahoe National Forest with his wife and two kids