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Business Advisory Council: Gene Moncrief

Gene Moncrief
Moncrief & Associates, Inc.Gene Moncrief

Gene has been involved in executive development for more than twenty years in the capacity of coach, consultant, and workshop leader. Currently, she is the Managing Director of Moncrief & Associates, Inc., an international training and consulting firm dedicated to making a difference in the international business world by coaching and training its clients one by one. The coaching is highly individualized to promote sustained behavioral change, but it is also aligned with the strategic goals of the company and the contribution to business results. Gene believes that coaching increases the effectiveness of the leader and ultimately the revenues of the business.

Her expertise in interpersonal behavior, an MBA in Marketing and knowledge of business process make her a valuable personal coach for senior managers and an excellent facilitator for developing, building and maintaining teams and understanding team dynamics. She works with a wide range of teams and managers from organization boards to operating teams, and from CEOs to managers. Her work includes topics such as: coaching, communication skills, leadership development, conflict management, meeting management, managing change, cross-cultural diversity, facilitation skills and building and developing productive teams.

Gene has created over forty different programs to meet the needs of her clients in organizations such as: British Telecom, Moody's, UBS, Nyack Hospital, The Whitaker Group and Barclay's Capital. She has coached and trained over 6,000 people representing at least twenty nationalities. A professional career in a multinational financial services corporation prepared her for the organizational work she finds so rewarding.

Significant executive coaching experience led Gene to co-create the two part leadership development program: Leading with Intention and Leading Change. Cornell University features her leadership training in the public management development offerings they sponsor.

Her gift is the ability to listen, see the deficiency, and facilitate a solution with individuals or with teams.

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