Rachel Regan

Director of Connected Workplace & Executive Coach working with companies to increase emotional intelligence through connection

https://www.nibana.life/

Rachel Regan is a Director at Nibana, working with Businesses & Corporations to increase emotional Intelligence through Connection.

 

A former corporate executive at IBM and a first time mother in her mid-thirties. Combining her love of technology, communication, human interaction and personal development, Rachel has married incredible career genres of Fortune 500 tech, with cutting edge personal development teaching and coaching, a combined professional tenure of over 15years.

 

Her niche is turning difficult or damaged relationships around. She has found that by creating a baseline of connection, building rapport, emphasizing team skills, and navigating critical situations with transparency, frankness and sensitivity you can create sustainable growth paths for businesses, their employees & their culture.

 

Through Connected Workplace programs and executive coaching, her and her partners at Nibana support businesses, corporations and executive leaders increase their emotional intelligence through connection and help everyone re-discover humanity inside the Workplace.

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