Paul O’Donovan Rossa

My purpose is to facilitate leaders in personally transforming themselves and their teams and organizations, strategically and culturally. 

I am described by clients as quick to build trust, sincere, challenging, energizing, and able to bring an unusual level of intuition.

My passion is to coach individual and collective creative contributions beyond conventional thinking. I look to serve as a catalyst for client insights, intentions, capabilities and confidence. People can then experience profound shifts in both performance and connection with each other and bring adaptive leadership to their organization. I have found again and again that when people find themselves, they know what to do and transformational results can flow.

For 25 years I have worked extensively with leaders and their teams, including senior and managing partners of global professional services firms and executives of Fortune 500 companies, environmental agencies and NGOs.

I have lived in the US and Europe, and worked with clients from a variety of countries and cultures across North America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia. I hold a Master’s degree in Executive Coaching from Middlesex University (2007) and am a Master Certified Coach, accredited in 2006 by the International Coaching Federation (ICF).

Originally from London, I now live in Ventura County, California with my partner Jialan and our son. I value our family time, and love hiking in the California hills, sport (I captain the USA national Subbuteo table soccer team), watching birds, animals and whales, mentoring young people, global friendships and connections, playing the piano and listening to West Coast and rock music.



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