Ruth Reiner, MBA

Executive Leadership Coach and Organizational Consultant | Conlon Public Strategies

Ruth Reiner, MBA

Executive Leadership Coach and Organizational Consultant | Conlon Public Strategies

Biography

Ruth Reiner is an executive leadership coach and consultant organizational committed to creating positive change for individuals, teams, organizations, and communities with a focus on inclusion, insight, and action. She has more than 20 years’ experience assisting organizations to align their business models and human resource strategies with their business goals through strategic planning; leadership and team development; change management; and organizational capability development. Ruth’s style is facilitative, practical, and dynamic.

Ruth created and led the Global Career and Leadership Development team for the Executive MBA Program at Chicago Booth, serving hundreds of Executive MBA students across 40+ countries, virtually and in-person at campuses in Chicago, London, and Hong Kong. She also launched and led the leadership development team that served all part-time MBA students at Chicago Booth. The team managed the required LEAD course for more than 500 incoming Evening MBA, Weekend MBA, and Executive MBA students each year, as well as additional leadership programming and coaching. Prior to joining Chicago Booth, Ruth held a number of roles in organization development, talent development, learning, and change management at Motorola, BP, Ruth L. Reiner Consulting, and CSC Index Consulting.

Ruth’s coaching and consulting clients have included a variety of large public organizations, as well as the City of Chicago and a number of non-profit organizations, including a Chicago-based Federally Qualified Health Center, Chicago Urban League, American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, and Heart Rhythm Society.

Ruth received an MBA from Harvard Business School and a BS in electrical engineering from Yale University.

She loves learning and speaking foreign languages, cooking, and outdoor activities especially in the mountains, such as hiking and skiing.

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