A BEHAVIORIAL SCIENCE APPROACH TO MANAGEMENT
WE INCREASE RETENTION
Why we increase retention: This is our measurable value proposition, which we deliver through a diverse group of seasoned, impartial business partners. We present specific, constructive steps to accelerate the development of your leadership and organization.
We work on an a contract basis; or per diem by project.
We speak English, Japanese, French, German, and Spanish.
We are diverse by age, gender, race, temperament, specialty, and region -- across the USA, with partners around the globe.
Each consultant has 10-20+ years of experience in their fields.
Meet Rossina Gil, Global Leadership & Organization Development Practitioner, and owner of Corporate Looking Glass, LLC.
Rossina has consulted to thousands of executives in Executive Leadership at over 100 of the Fortune 500 companies, resulting in broadened corporate self-understanding and increased productivity through her facilitation and coaching.
Rossina's consulting clients have included Amgen, Baxter, Edwards Lifesciences, EY, Ferrovial, Genus PIC, IKEA, Johnson & Johnson, NASA, Nestlé, Occidental Petroleum, Pfizer, The Nature Conservancy, and Toyota. She is also an Affiliate with Peter Block's Designed Learning group; and, a recurring Guest Lecturer at Pepperdine University's Graziadio School of Business & Management.
She is the author of The Corporate Looking Glass: Using Culture for Your Competitive Advantage, available on Amazon. Her speaking engagements, guest lectures, and Executive Education invites include several corporations, such as Nissan and Merrill Lynch; as well as universities, such as Johns Hopkins' Carey Business School and Vanderbilt University.
She holds a Master of Science in Organization Development from Pepperdine University’s Graziadio School of Business and Management, with practical application in Lyon, France; Monterrey, Mexico; and Beijing, China. She also holds a Master of Arts in International Studies with an emphasis in Foreign Policy from Claremont Graduate University’s Center for Politics and Economics.
Rossina has lived and worked overseas in Spain, Denmark, and Colombia. She currently resides in Nashville, Tennessee, with her husband, two boys, and dog Woody.