Marianne Lepre-Nolan is an empowering and effective leadership consultant and executive coach. She draws from her extensive experience and intuition to provide a unique combination of technical acumen and pragmatic insight. Highly valued for her accessibility, warmth, and forthright style, she helps Fortune 50 and Professional Services leaders decode and re-invent themselves. With over 15 years of global experience, Marianne assists executives with:
- Realizing personal transformation, change, and leadership goals.
- Cultural change challenges.
- Actualizing business strategy, behavioral goals.
- Planning thoughtful, interesting careers.
Marianne is a member of the Duke Corporate Education Global Learning Resource Network and has been working with them for over 5 years. Her education includes Principles and Practices of Organization Development from Columbia University and Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from Ithaca College.
As a corporate citizen, Marianne spent 20 years at the IBM Corporation. Under the auspices of IBM’s Global Leadership Development practice and the Executive Computing Program, she focused exclusively on IBM’s top 50 executives and the Senior Management Group (top 300) over an 8-year period. Developmental targets for the top team included expanding their leadership capability, actualizing strategy, and effectively utilizing technology. Marianne had the unique experience of personally coaching three IBM CEO’s in the use of executive effectiveness platforms. She has also developed programs for IBM in conjunction with the Wharton School of Business to produce a financial simulator workshop that integrated financial acumen with leadership.
Marianne’s coaching and business strategy clients not only include those from IBM, but from Marsh Insurance, one of the “Big Four” professional services firms, Lehman Brothers, Dow Chemical Company, McGraw Hill Publishing/Platts, Verizon, CSX Railroad, and Symbol Technologies, Inc.
Marianne is a member of the International Coach Federation and the Society for Human Resource Management. She holds formal certification from Hay/McBer in Emotional Intelligence, Learning Styles, Organization Climate, Resilience Factors and Leadership Styles. Marianne is qualified in the Myers Briggs Type Indicator, and has worked with Vantage Partners (Harvard Negotiation Project) on Conflict Management techniques, and on Collaborative Leadership with the Steven’s Institute of Technology and with DISC and Trimetrix instrumentation.
Outside of her passion for leadership development, Marianne also expresses her zeal for life by playing the flute, practicing Tai Chi and traveling extensively with her husband Bob. She is a member of the Westchester Symphonic Winds and has played for notable audiences including President George W. Bush and John McCain.
Marianne Lepre-Nolan’s personal brand attributes: Authentic, Intuitive, Forthright, Irreverent, Accessible, Confident, Empowering, Warm, Zeal for Life.