Every moment of the day, businesses invest billions of dollars developing environments where teams can leverage technology and bring the next “big idea” to market. Kolbe Corp is committed to helping organizations build highly productive teams with the right skills and with leaders who are better equipped to lead.
As part of that commitment, Kolbe Corp recently named Stephanie Clergé, an accomplished entrepreneur and manager, as the organization’s Senior Director of Training and Consulting. In addition to her background as a manager and trainer, Stephanie is a sought-after speaker in the field of talent development.
Stephanie holds a bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering from Stanford University and an MBA from Babson College. Additionally, she holds a coaching certification from the Hudson Institute of Coaching and a credential from the International Coach Federation.
Prior to joining Kolbe Corp, Stephanie had her own coaching and consulting practice and held a variety of operational leadership roles during a nearly 15-year career at Intel Corporation.
“I love showing high-potential teams and individuals how to harness their energy and accelerate their performance,” Stephanie said. “I believe work should be worthwhile for the company and the individual.”
“We’re very excited to have a talent development leader with Stephanie’s skills, education, and experience joining our team,” said David Kolbe, CEO of Kolbe Corp. “Her professional background, her energy, and her enthusiasm make her a terrific fit for our management team and our worldwide network of Kolbe Certified™ consultants. We look forward to Stephanie helping us provide Kolbe training to managers, entrepreneurs, and other individuals in the years ahead.”
Welcome aboard Stephanie!
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