Professional Certified Coach (ICF), TEDx Speaker and MC, Author, “A Networking Book” and “Demigods, Aliens and Ordinary People”
Paul Renaud is a native of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada and the dynamic force behind helping Teams and Leaders perform above expectations. As a Professional Certified Coach (ICF), he specializes in peak performance, Neuroscience as well as Diversity and Inclusion.
Paul’s Leadership Team Coaching and executive coaching protocols occur at many levels of management. He defines his skills in coaching as the intersection of doing ‘what he enjoys’ and ‘what he’s destined to do.’ Striving for peak performance with all clients as they achieve their goals, Renaud facilitates complete team and client transformation and, at the same time embracing change.
Spanning a thirty-seven-year career, Paul has coached multinationals such as Google, Coca-Cola, Philips, Adobe, ING, Bitdefender, eMAG, FintechOS, UPS, ORTEC, and Endava. Paul has lived and worked in Asia, South America, North America, Europe, and Africa.
His clients include various industries such as banking, manufacturing, retail, software development, packaging, online, logistics, telecoms, FMCG and law firms.
Paul began essential training within the coaching profession in 2007. He’s certified in Brain-based Interventions with the NeuroMindfulness Institute (neuromindfulnessinstitute.com) and continues to further his expertise within the International Coaching Federation.
He is an energetic communicator, a TEDx Speaker and Paul has authored two books and white papers entitled:
- Demigods, Aliens, & Ordinary People, 2021, available on Amazon.com
- A Networking Book, 2014, available on Amazon.com & Audible.com
- What I’ve learned from Steve Jobs
- Going for Growth: Generating Top Line Revenues with Marketing
He is a contributor to Biz Magazine and his I Feel Good blog (https://www.paul-renaud.com/category/i-feel-good-blog/) deals with both Coaching and Peak Performance.
Paul developed a Coalition Building workshop, a Masters of Networking workshop and was Adjunct Professor of Marketing at the Maastricht School of Management in Bucharest.