Management/Leadership, Executive Coaching, New Business Development/Pitch Consulting (Download PDF)
Bob started his own executive consulting practice in 2005 to provide a critical resource for business leaders and teams. He spent the previous 11 years as a member of the global leadership team ofRogen International, a consultancy that works with senior executives to help them be more persuasive in face-to-face business communications. At Rogen, he was responsible for delivering consulting, executive coaching, strategic leadership communication, and new business development services to Rogen’s most senior client leadership. He also had oversight of the firm’s sales and marketing activities and for two years, Bob was CEO of Rogen’s US operation.
Bob has worked with C-Suite clients in professional services, banking and finance, IT, advertising and marketing communications, pharmaceuticals, and research. His clients have included Bank of America, JP Morgan Chase, O&M, DDB, BBDO, Roche, Novartis, NPD Group, Nielsen Media Research, The Hay Group, KPMG, NYC2012, HP, Factivaand MSN. He has consulted on major new business pitches and IPO road shows, and prepared clients for large-forum public events, panel discussions, and media appearances.
Bob brings his clients unique expertise in many areas, including:
Enhancing the persuasiveness of C-Level executives with internal and external stakeholders, in firms ranging from start-ups to mature, publicly-traded companies
Improving the leadership effectiveness of individuals and teams
Increasing the win-rate of new business development efforts
Upgrading the ability of professionals to interact successfully with the C-Suite
Working in tandem with investment banks and private equity firms to improve the effectiveness of leaders of their portfolio companies
Bob has appeared on CNN and has been cited in major publications and business journals, including The New York Times, The St. Petersburg Times, and The Houston Chronicle, providing commentary on the effectiveness of political communication throughout the 2004 presidential election campaign.