Coach / Mentor and Facilitator - working across borders
- Focus on international organisations
- Leadership and team development
- Personal development
- Performance improvement, leader and team
- Change and diversity
Background and Qualifications
Vivianne Naslund is a senior international consultant, facilitator and coach with extensive experience of cross-border mergers and acquisitions, change and diversity projects. She works for major multinationals throughout Europe - and more recently in the US and Asia.
Specialising in cross-cultural management Vivianne works with senior international managers in the areas of leadership development, team building, mentoring and coaching. She has been involved in a number of cross-border change and diversity projects, and worked as a facilitator for the Global Diversity Network, a group of senior diversity leaders from major global corporations such a BP, Shell, Deutsche Bank, Dow Chemicals, Unilever and Nokia. She has also acted as senior level advisor on cross-cultural leadership issues in connection with cross-border mergers and acquisitions.
Previous career: senior manager in an innovative and fast-growing company, launching a new division for a FTSE 100 and 'Top Global 500' company - and founder of a start-up business she managed successfully for ten years.
Vivianne was born in Sweden and has worked/studied, on a long-term basis, in five European countries: Sweden, France, Switzerland, Britain and Germany. She has a British and German MBA. A Swedish national, she is resident in the UK and is a Fellow of the Institute of Directors and a member of the European Mentoring and Coaching Council (EMCC).
She is a certified ODR change management practitioner and is accredited in various 360 instruments as well as MBTI Step I and II, FIRO-B and CPI (California Psychological Inventory).
Vivianne consults in fluent English, Swedish and French as well as conversational German.
Approach & Style
Vivianne's experience and background enable her to work successfully with people from diverse backgrounds and cultures. She offers a fun and creative approach to leadership and personal development, encouraging managers to use their positions as leaders to become role models for change and innovation. She places particular emphasis on clear communication and inter-personal relationships, especially important when working across cultures.