Rita Wuebbeler is an executive coach, facilitator and consultant with over 30 years of experience working with global leaders and cross-cultural teams. Rita has lived and worked in six countries and provided professional services to clients from over 40 cultures.
In her coaching practice, Rita’s clients range from C-level executives to directors to emerging leaders. She works with a number of behavioral style assessments to help her clients achieve their desired coaching outcomes including the DISC profile, the Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI), The Leadership Circle 360 Feedback Assessment, StrengthsFinder and the Hogan Assessments.
Rita’s coaching style is straight-forward, practical and empathic. She listens deeply and strives to ask questions that open new perspectives for her clients. She believes in coaching as a way works with clients on topics such as diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI), strategic thinking, executive presence, effective communication, personal leadership, stakeholder management, developing a global business mindset, leading & motivating global teams, and work-life balance. She recently completed a 2-year certification program in mindfulness meditation and offers clients mindfulness tools to achieve greater balance in their lives.
Rita has coached leaders in for-profit and non-profit organizations at all levels of the organization including C-suite and high-potentials. The organizations she has worked with include Abbyy, Accenture, Capital One, Gezolan, Global Payments, Heifer International, Kraiburg TPE, Delta Airlines, Siemens, Toastmasters International, Truist Bank (formerly Suntrust), UCB Pharma, UCB Biotech, United States Pharmacopeia, United Methodist Church, VMWare, and WEG Industries.
Rita holds a master’s degree in Applied Linguistics from Mainz University, Germany. She is a Certified Integral Coach and holds a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) credential from the International Coach Federation (ICF). Rita lives in Atlanta and enjoys traveling and taking her road-bike on long-distance rides to raise funds AIDS/HIV-related causes.