We are pleased to offer you one individual coaching sessions of 90 minutes each as part of the Leadership, Women and the UN Programme. Coaching sessions will start right after the end of the programme.
Your selected coach will contact you individually. Ideally, the one coaching session will be concluded by Tuesday, 21 January 2020. Please click HERE to register for the coaching session as soon as possible.
Mary Waceke Muia is a management consultant, a Life, Business and Executive Coach. She is an Inspirational and Transformational Leader with recognized expertise in Organization Design & Development, Strategy formulation & Execution, Business Transformation, Change & Performance Management and HR. She is an expert on Gender, Diversity & Inclusion and trainer on unconscious bias.
She has been among the Top 40 under 40 successful women in Kenya two years in a row and the Overall Winner in ‘Rising Stars Awards’ 2014 – service category in Private and Public Sector.
Her last role was HR Director Central Bank of Kenya where she has overseen diverse Business Change Projects. Prior to this position Mary has worked as a Head of Performance and Change in Kengen transformation led by Mc Kinsey where she created innovative frameworks for strategy execution & culture transformation.
Mary Waceke Muia is a Mechanical Engineer and holds a Masters of Arts in Environmental Management with focus on Sustainable Development.
I specialise in working with global development professionals who want to extend their personal and social impact.
With over 20 years of experience working with UN, NGO, government, private sector, and academic partners on sexual and reproductive health, HIV and AIDS, gender, women’s empowerment, institutional strengthening, including women and leadership programs in Africa, Asia, Europe and North America, I now work as a coach (ACC), mentor, and lecturer.
I have recently launched a leadership coaching programme for women working in global development and I have an international mentoring program for development professionals in NGOs in developing countries.
In my spare time I am a lecturer on Masters’ courses in Management, Leadership, and Organizational Behavior in France and the UK.
Paula Beltgens’ facilitation and coaching practice is grounded in over 25 years’ experience as an organizational learning and development consultant. She supports individuals, teams and systems in identifying and building on strengths, increasing capacity, achieving strategic goals, and effectively navigating change. Internationally and in Canada, Paula works with leaders in complex environments, such as healthcare, peacekeeping, social justice and environmental protection.
Her clients include governmental and non-governmental agencies, academic institutions, aboriginal organizations and various United Nations entities, both at headquarters and in the field. In Canada, Paula has served on several women’s organizations, including as a representative to the National Action Committee on the Status of Women. She has also worked on gender initiatives with several international agencies, such as the Commonwealth of Learning, DPKO-DFS, UNDP and UNICEF.
A co-owner of EnCompass Consultants Inc., Paula was an associate faculty member with Royal Roads University’s leadership programs for eight years and, until recently, served as a Knowledge Exchange Manager in the Canadian healthcare system. She has a Master of Arts in Leadership and Learning and certificates in both counselling and executive coaching.
Linda Stoddart is adjunct faculty at the Haute Ecole de Gestion, Geneva, Switzerland and at Columbia University (New York) in the Master of Science program in Information and Knowledge Strategy where she was formerly the Academic Director. She is a certified coach from the Columbia University’s Coaching Certification Program and has twelve years of experience coaching managers and leaders in a variety of organizations. Linda has a Ph.D from the University of Wales and has published a number of articles in professional journals on knowledge strategy issues.
Previously, Linda held the position of Director of Knowledge Management at the United Nations Secretariat in New York. She has over 20 years of experience in the UN system including having senior positions at the International Labour Organisation and at the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, based in Geneva and later in Zimbabwe. She led the implementation of a global information/knowledge management strategy in field delegations and Red Cross societies worldwide. Linda also served as Director of Information Services at IMD, a business school in Lausanne, Switzerland.