Maureen Bridget Rabotin, Executive Coach, Author and Keynote Speaker is founding director of Effective Global Leadership. Her experience and knowledge come from her natural inquisitive nature along with certifications in various coaching methodologies (Gallup Certified Strengths Coach, Appreciative Inquiry, Systemic – ORSC and Values- based coaching). Maureen has a passion for cultural and emotional intelligence as well as her interest in NeuroLeadership™. Prior to her coaching career, she was European Product Leader of Microradiology and an Export Director for Asia-Pacific markets. She served on the Global Marketing Committee of the International Coach Federation from 2006 – 2008 and graduated from Northeastern University (Boston – USA).

With more than 18 years of designing and facilitating training programs for corporate clients involved in intercultural and international assignments as well as management to leadership transitions in global organizations, she accompanies executives navigating the currents of globalization. As an ICF, Gallup-certified Strengths Coach, Maureen engages her clients in discovering their strengths, shifting perspectives for developing best and next practices, designing realistic action plans and building success through self-reflection and thought-provoking questions. As a Career Coach at SCIENCES PO Avenir, a French ivy league university in Paris, France, Maureen facilitates “Design Your Life” workshops for students in the Masters2 program as they aspire to future government or multinational leadership positions.

Maureen is author of Culture Savvy – working and collaborating across the globe, has published articles in Choice magazine, T&D (ATD), Mobility (ERC), and recorded podcasts on www.allbusiness.com and www.w2wlink.com

Her coach approach is based on the human principles of the 4R competency model (Respect, Relationships, Recognition and Rewards) as described in her book. She includes the 12 competencies that bring courage and care, empathy and energy as well as the importance of well-being and well-doing into the corporate environment to increase creative, collaborative competitiveness.