MICHELLE DEANGELIS, FOUNDER & CEO
Michelle DeAngelis, owner and founder of Michelle, Inc., a top-notch management consulting and executive coaching firm, has 25 years of experience delivering results and creating peak performers for companies ranging from Fortune 500 to startups, by running large-scale consulting engagements, conducting rigorous corporate coaching, leading complex projects and providing seasoned on-demand leadership. Michelle is a sought-after talent who specializes in:
Strategically aligning highest-level company priorities with solid DTD Operational management
Interim Executive Leadership roles
Running Special Projects including startups and complex operational challenges
Executive Coaching with hundreds of senior leaders, aligning outcomes with key business drivers
Merger Integration and Transformational Change
Wrangling complexity and difficulty while getting the best out of people
Michelle is quick, creative and insightful with a very high emotional intelligence and a strong ability to communicate at all levels in the organization to champion change. Michelle is a powerful combination of creativity, analysis, and big-picture thinking, and often speaks on the topics of peak performance, change management, emotional intelligence and leadership.
Michelle lives in Santa Monica and travels around the country and the globe for her work. Her book, Get a Life That Doesn't Suck, gives a real-life, irreverent approach to some of the biggest issues people face in their work and personal lives. She has been featured in the media including The Today Show, CNN, Good Morning America, The Wall Street Journal and the New York Times.
Michelle was nominated for Consulting Magazine's Top 25 Consultants:
"When our client was moving through a significant merger integration, Michelle was specifically requested to take on the daunting challenge of integrating two separate and distinct operations, each with thousands of employees serving millions of customers. Michelle created success by leading people to step into new alliances, new processes and new technology across a multi-year integration effort. Contrary to the abysmal results generally associated with large-scale post-acquisition efforts, Michelle's guidance through this gauntlet of massive change produced stronger, more capable leaders and contributors."