Ronnie Hendel-Giller

Ronni Hendel-Giller, PCC

Ronni has been passionate about leadership since she was a teenager. Before launching InsightOut Leadership in 2013, she served in non-profit and for-profit leadership roles focused on learning and development for over 25 years. Today she supports leaders and coaches as a facilitator, coach and supervisor. She works with leaders who are seeking to create thriving organizations, helping them to build personal resilience, powerful teams and positive cultures. Her clients, who span the globe, include Dr. Bronner’s Soap, Navitas Organics, Educate! (a Social Enterprise supporting entrepreneurship in Africa,) FusionStorm (an IT services provider,) The Schusterman Foundation, Echoing Green and The Global Good Fund.

Ronni is a PCC Certified Coach through the International Coach Federation and a Certified Presence-Based Coach®. She is also a Barrett Values Center Consultant and certified to use the Hogan Assessment System, the Leadership Circle Profile and Total SDI. Ronni is an Actionable Consultant, which gives her access to a unique toolkit for sustaining growth and learning. Last, but not least, Ronni has completed rigorous Coach Supervision training and works with Coaches to provide a forum (individual and group) that supports reflective practice.

Ronni is an exceptional guide and teacher. As a coach, facilitator and supervisor, she brings new thinking, questions and resources to bear, drawing on neuroscience, adult development theory, complexity theory and other leading-edge leadership theories. Ronni is committed to offering mindfulness and somatic practices to her work clients to support their capacity to be fully present as leaders in the world. She began her career in learning and development as an instructional designer, which enables her to create learning experiences that are engaging, interactive and ensure that learning can be sustained.

Ronni is a graduate of Hebrew University in Jerusalem and holds a Master’s Degree in Instructional and Performance Technology from Boise State University.

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