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With Marilyn acting as their visionary thought partner, coaches, leaders, and teams move from the uncertainty of our rapidly changing, culturally complex world to the clarity, focus, confidence, and innovation needed to unlock potential so all can live in prosperity and peace (her vision). By identifying and developing strengths, renewing vision and focus; coaches, leaders, and their organizations achieve sustainable goals with expanded capacity rather than burnout and loss. With her big picture, systemic approach, her centered listening, and honest, compassionate truth-telling; trust and fresh perspectives are quickly generated. A globally experienced coach since 1998 (40+ countries), mentor coach since 2003, certified coaching supervisor, and popular podcast guest and speaker, Marilyn is a recognized thought leader and advocate for CQ (cultural intelligence); authoring Breaking Free from Bias, as well as contributing to Law and Ethics in Coaching (“The Intersection of Culture and Ethics”), The Successful Mind (“Developing a Cultural Mindset for Success”), etc. and many articles. Her award-winning experience includes WBECS, EthicalCoach Ethiopia, coaching United Nations leaders, Adjunct Professor of Organizational Behavior and International Business in Hong Kong and Malaysia, living in Brazil and Spain, and serving as Director of Education for a nonprofit (NGO) in Brazil as well as six years as Director, Global Board for the International Coach Federation and two years for the Association of Coach Training Organizations. “It is impossible to not work interculturally!” Marilyn says, when you consider generational, gender, ethnicity, religion, etc. She understands the costly business losses that can stem from unconscious bias and lack of CQ and how to prevent and overcome them in order to become the coach and leader you are meant to be. Marilyn’s innovative CQ programs result in an added marketplace edge for greater impact. “90% of leading executives from 68 countries identify intercultural skills as among the most important capabilities required to remain competitive.”– Ang, Van Dyne, & Rockstuhl. Marilyn cultivates renewal by taking a day a week internet free as well as hiking, dancing, reading, enjoying the arts, and time with friends and family. Her favorite places to go? Someplace new and the mountains!
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