Executive Coach AIIR Consulting
As an Executive Coach, Robin Schletter develops a partnership with her clients through open and honest dialogue with an emphasis on results. She helps senior executives and high potential management overcome persistent obstacles and performance challenges to build their value and commitment to their organization. She builds leaders’ abilities to become more strategic thinkers.
Robin’s professional history spans over 30 years and began with a focus on the design, development and implementation of training programs. At Home Box Office (HBO) she spearheaded the landmark affiliate training function that created the first nationwide system to improve sales and customer service for over 150,000 customer contact personnel. This work led her to focus on how management issues impact the performance of the front line and the bottom line.
Her non-profit work began with the Susan G. Komen Foundation. This affiliation resulted in meaningful success as she worked with a team of professionals to create a new channel for funding to outlets supporting breast cancer care in underserved and underprivileged populations. She is the Past President of the Board of Dance to Unite, a non-profit organization in NYC committed to creating experiences for children to develop compassion, understanding and respect for all cultures in the hope of promoting future peace.
Robin is a graduate of Columbia University’s Advanced Executive Coaching Certification Program and a Certified Career Coach with The Five O’Clock Club. She is certified to administer The Hogan, The Birkman Method and the NBI: Thinking Preferences Assessment. Robin has completed the Gestalt Advanced Coaching Workshop and holds a Certificate in Training and Development from New York University. Her Master’s Degree in Psychology is from the New School for Social Research in New York City and she holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology and Sociology, summa cum laude, from Long Island University.
Robin is currently serving on the Board of Governors for The New School for Social Research. She is also on the Board of the the New York Chapter of ICF (International Coach Federation) and a member of ACEC (Association of Corporate Executive Coaches).