It is lonely at the top. That’s a fact borne out in my work with senior leaders. The higher up the organization you go, the fewer peers you have. The people giving you advice have their own agendas, not nefarious…
Corrie Shanahan is an expert in rapidly strengthening organizational performance, productivity, and corporate culture.
She works with clients all over the world, including leaders at Mars Inc., UNICEF, Discovery Communications, Deloitte, the World Bank and the IMF. She is a writer and frequent keynote speaker.
delivers tremendous value for her clients
Her clients engage her to develop corporate strategy, optimize team performance, successfully manage transitions, and develop leadership capacity across their organizations.
Her career has included being head of communications for the IIF, the world’s largest trade association for the financial industry, and leading external communications for IFC, the private sector arm of the World Bank.
Corrie was also the chief spokesperson at UNFPA and led Delta Airlines’ communications and investor relations in Europe. She covered international news as a journalist for NBC News and Reuters in Moscow, London, and Jerusalem.
She has been quoted in the New York Times, Financial Times and Harvard Business review.
She is the author of “Do it, Mean it, Be it. The Keys to Achieve Success, Happiness and Everything You Deserve at Work and in Life,” Career Press.
A native of Ireland, Corrie graduated from Trinity College Dublin and speaks German, French, Spanish and Russian. She lives in Washington, D.C with her teenage son Sam and their well-meaning beagle Patsy Cline.