Rita Wuebbeler is a bi-cultural, bi-lingual executive coach with over 15 years of experience coaching executives in medium-sized and large corporations in the U.S. and internationally. A graduate of the New Ventures West Professional Coaching Certificate Program, Rita specializes in Integral Coaching, a methodology helping clients build the skills and capacities they need to change their own behaviors by offering them new perspectives and ways of seeing the world and themselves. She supports her clients in effectively navigating and managing relationships in complex organizational structures including global matrix organizations.
Rita coaches managers and leaders from industries such as banking, consumer goods, electronics, engineering, energy, financial services, health care, IT, manufacturing, pharmaceutical, retail, and specialty plastics. Her coaching style is pragmatic, direct and transparent.
She holds an Associate Certified Coach (ACC) designation from the International Coach Federation. She is a certified administrator of the DISC Profile, a Qualified Administrator of the Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI), and a Senior Facilitator with Personal Leadership Seminars – a methodology helping people lead themselves before leading others using creativity and mindfulness. She is certified in the Leadership Circle Profile, a 360 degree feedback tool and leadership development framework. Rita is a co-author of Cultural Detective: Germany as well as Cultural Detective: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Culture, an on-line educational tool identifying and analyzing cultural core values based on critical incidents.
Rita is a former board member of the Georgia Chapter of the International Coach Federation and plays an active role in the Society of Intercultural Education, Training and Research (SIETAR) as a mentor and former advisory board member.
A native German with a Master’s Degree in Applied Linguistics from Mainz University, Rita spent the first two and a half decades of her life in Europe before moving to Atlanta, which she now calls home. She recently spent almost four years living in Canada where she learned a new culture from scratch.