Annemarie Michaud, MBA
Annemarie Michaud combines her insightful, proactive, get-it-done style with 30 years of experience working with leaders in worldwide, corporate settings—21 of those years devoted exclusively to consulting with Fortune 100 executives and their teams through organizational transformations and performance improvement efforts. Her work focuses on culture change and leadership practices, as well as business performance improvement.
Annemarie combines a deep understanding of organizational change in varied industries with a portfolio of successful client interventions. Her command of multiple languages and extensive international experience help her effectively support both corporate and private-sector clients in large-scale change initiatives where business plan deployment requires rapid, sustainable behavior change. Her clients represent mining, manufacturing, finance, oil, pharmaceuticals, insurance, and government, and are located throughout Europe, Asia, Australia, Africa, and North America.
In addition to executive-level coaching, her other areas of expertise include:
- Strategy and business plan execution
- Organizational and team alignment
- Performance measurement for behavior change
- Executive change leadership
- Performance improvement
- Design for sustained results through Lean Six Sigma process improvement
Prior to joining CLG, Annemarie was an executive consultant for a leading global provider of human performance training and consulting. She spearheaded strategic interventions that combined improvement methodologies, including consulting, executive coaching and training to impact measured business results.
Annemarie holds an MBA from Georgia State University, a Graduate Certificate in Executive and Professional Coaching from the University of Texas in Dallas, an Honors B.A. in Counseling Psychology from the University of South Africa, and a B.A. in Psychology from the University of Johannesburg in South Africa. She has earned her Professional Certified Coach credential with the International Coach Federation and speaks multiple languages.
Annemarie is a contributing author for The New Self-Directed Work Teams: Mastering the Challenge (McGraw-Hill, 1999), has written several articles on the subject of behavior change and leadership practices, and has presented to professional organizations on topics including aligning employees with business strategy, implementing change, building leadership commitment to Lean Six Sigma or Business Process Improvement, corporate culture, teamwork, and quality.