Marc Roudebush

Consultant

Marc has 20+ years of experience applying organizational learning and leadership skills in the workplace, as a coach and senior executive. In addition to 10 years of operational management in director and senior management roles, Marc brings 10+ years of full-time experience as an executive coach, trainer and consultant to mid- and senior-level leaders in organizations, including Bain, Cisco, Citi, Draper, Google, Priceline, Save the Children, Sodexo, Harvard University and the U.S. Department of Transportation.

Marc is a faculty member of the yearlong Minds At Work Coach Certification Program (founded by professors Robert Kegan and Lisa Lahey of Harvard University) and a faculty/coach in the Harvard Graduate School of Education.

His expertise includes executive coaching, culture change, team development, leading client service teams, and leading train-the-coach and train-the-trainer programs.

As the managing director for North American Programs at Explorica (a leading educational travel company), Marc drove a 400 percent increase in sales revenue and led the overhaul of the company’s global brand expression and online customer experience. As a director at Sapient Corporation, Marc led multidisciplinary teams in designing and delivering large-scale, web-based technology solutions to clients in the public and private sectors.

Marc holds a social science Ph.D. from the University of California at Berkeley and is a certified Search Inside Yourself (SIY) instructor. (SIY is the Mindfulness and Emotional Intelligence program for leaders, initially pioneered at Google.) Marc trained as a coach under Fred Kofman of Axialent. Marc is certified in NLP-based coaching and is a graduate of intensive coaching programs at Newfield Network and the Action Design Institute.

Marc has practiced martial arts and meditation since 1989. He lives in Boston, Massachusetts, with his wife and three children. Well, two are off to college now. Time flies!

Recent Posts by Marc
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Can a “Learner” Really be Decisive? Exploring the Paradox...
By Marc Roudebush
To me, the most intriguing paradox of conscious business — and the hardest to explain — is the interdependence of openness and resolve. How is it possible (even necessary) to be curious, open,…
Languages
  1. English
  2. French
Areas of Expertise
  1. Executive coaching
  2. Culture development
  3. Mindfulness
  4. Immunity to change
  5. Leadership development
  6. Team development
  7. Design and delivery of train-the-coach and train-the-trainer programs
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