Gerri Richman, a Mobius Executive Coach, is a professional coach, organization consultant and experienced business leader. Gerri focuses her coaching practice on leadership development with an emphasis on helping individuals make successful transitions in their personal and professional lives. A high energy, make it happen professional, Gerri is also a cutting edge learning designer and highly engaging facilitator and speaker.
Gerri brings twenty years of corporate experience to her coaching practice. Her experience has spanned the arenas of organization effectiveness, corporate cultural change, leadership development mergers and acquisition.
Gerri stimulates breakthrough thinking and action with all her coaching and consulting clients. In her consultation work Gerri is currently working with Executives and teams on creating and sustaining cultural changes during mergers and acquisitions. In her coaching practice, Gerri coaches senior leaders and executives, entrepreneurs and those struggling to make meaningful changes in their lives.
To date, Gerri’s career has been highlighted by many varied opportunities. She has started and led a Leadership Faculty for a major financial institution, designed and conducted coaching clinics, was a vocal advocate for the strategic importance of coaching to business success, and directed a 3 year overseas assignment involving 13 European countries, to diagnose business performance issues and establish state of the art changes to the
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Gerri holds a Masters degree in Adult Education and Organization Development, from the University of Toronto, a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from McGill University and professional certifications in Coaching ( Coaches Training Institute) and Alternate Dispute Resolution & Mediation ( Stitt Feld Handy – ADR Chambers). Gerri is a member of the International Coaches Federation (ICF).
Gerri is also a committed advocate for those less privileged – working to support the education of girls in Africa, disadvantaged youth in Canada and overseas. She has recently held the Chair position of a non-profit Social Action Committee and is currently developing outreach mechanisms to support those who are providing care to individuals experiencing dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.