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Cindy Warner, MSHR

Center for Exceptional Leadership Coach and Facilitator

Cindy Warner is a highly sought-after executive coach and leadership development expert, delivering life-changing experiential learning, self-awareness and emotional intelligence to leaders around the world. Her passion and expertise is igniting leadership potential to drive more engaged, empowered and nimble organizational cultures.

Cindy has 25 years of experience coaching hundreds of leaders and teams from young professionals to c-suite executives in multiple organizations and industries, including Kimberly-Clark Corporation, MillerCoors, Milwaukee Electric Tool and Emerson Electric, to name a few. She is best known for her authentic and empowering style that sparks potential, optimizes individual strengths and overcomes barriers with efficiency and fun.

Cindy delivers results through focused, productive coaching and experiential learning, often partnering with horses to jump-start insight and learning agility. Her clients build more effective relationships and lead with higher self-awareness and confidence.

Cindy is also an adjunct professor at the St. Norbert College Center for Exceptional Leadership and has been the President/Owner of Professional Executive Coaching, LLC for more than 13 years. She has a master’s degree in human resources from Marquette University, with a primary focus on organizational development. Her specialized expertise in leadership development and executive coaching has developed her entire professional career in human resources. Supported by International Coach Federation and equine assisted coach certifications she has multiple credentials in learning design, corporate university architecture, organization development and talent management. Cindy recently integrated her passion for horses into her work to continue bringing best practice learning and life-changing emotional intelligence to leaders around the world.
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