Rachelle is no stranger to adversity and the need for tough love when dealing with conflict or challenging circumstances. Her own lived experience in the corporate environment, and in life, gives her the ability to understand—and accept—it’s not always smooth sailing. A positive and successful future is possible, but you have to be willing to seek understanding and do what it takes to get there. And, it’s always best to have a caring, experienced guide on the journey with you.
This message particularly hit home when Rachelle took on various management and leadership roles at corporate and mid-sized businesses. As CEO of a Canadian communications research company, she experienced first-hand the challenges faced by those at the top when dealing with dysfunction and other issues that no one wants to talk about. Determined to find a way to foster better working environments and free leaders from having to solve day-to-day issues, Rachelle deepened her coaching experience and training across a broad range of industry sectors. In 2018, Rachelle bought Einblau & Associates, firmly resolved to continue the work that has proven to truly change lives.
As president, Rachelle continues her work as an organization development and management consultant specializing in leadership training and coaching, strengths-based assessments, and succession planning. A highly respected coach, skilled facilitator, writer and specialist in leadership development, she’s also taught management skills courses in industry and at post-secondary institutions.
Rachelle’s expectations for what Einblau & Associates and its clients can accomplish knows no bounds: “The goal is simple,” she says, “we’re all about helping leaders create positive change that everyone feels proud of….one workplace at a time.”
Rachelle is a specialist in a number of leadership development programs, including the Emotional Intelligence assessment, EQi 2.0, The Strength Deployment Inventory (SDI), The Five Dysfunctions of a Team, the Management Effectiveness Profile System (MEPS) and Einblau & Associates’ proprietary management coaching skills course.
Rachelle gives time, and her business & entrepreneurial skills to governance of non-profit organizations, and also supports social justice issues at the grass-roots level.