Renata Hodges

Renata partners with senior executives and high potentials who want to elevate their leadership and personal effectiveness and view coaching as an accelerator. Her clients want an impactful, insightful coach that appreciates the business challenges they face and the need for rapid, sustainable change. She focuses on behavior change and realized results using a style that balances directness with compelling feedback. She partners with clients to understand underlying motivators and build targeted skills, which often requires addressing tough internal or external obstacles. In addition to fostering powerful new insights, her style is oriented toward applied learning, where her clients are immediately experimenting with new behaviors on the job. She applies a systems mindset, engaging organizational stakeholders to ensure support and sustainability. Data is collected and leveraged to heighten awareness and ensure rapid progress toward measurable outcomes.

BUSINESS EXPERIENCE
Renata has successfully consulted with organizations, teams and individuals throughout her 20-year consulting career. Previously, she spent nine years focused on coaching executives, assessing talent for development and selection purposes, and managing and delivering complex global coaching and leadership development projects while working at Korn Ferry. Earlier, she was a change leadership consultant at McKesson Corporation, Accenture, and Deloitte Consulting, where she advised global Fortune 500 organizations and drove business strategy and large scale change initiatives.

INDUSTRIES
Bio Tech, Finance, Healthcare, Retail, Technology, Communications

PROFESSIONAL EXPERTISE AND SERVICES
Leaders in Transition, Influence and Impact, Intentional Leadership, Communication and Executive Presence, Women Leaders, Stakeholder and Relationship Management, Achieving Results with and through Others, Mindfulness and Emotional Intelligence, and Overcoming Internal Barriers to Success.

EDUCATION
Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, Duke University
B.A., Psychology, University of California, Berkeley