Michel C. Moral
Michel Moral spent most of his career in an international environment. After several years in IBM France sales, he joined IBM Eurocoordination where he was involved in different Business Units: Program manager in the Large Systems division, then manager of operations in the Networking Systems division, and manager of operations in Telco and Media Industries and later in Government Industries. Each of these Business Units is running a 2-4 billion dollars in annual revenue. He finally participated in re-organizing the Emerging Markets entity (Eastern countries, Middle East and Africa, a total of 124 countries) where he had the opportunity to manage teams or projects in more than 30 countries. He therefore has a deep knowledge in intercultural management and coaching and wrote a book on this subject (see publications)
In 2003 he decided to leave IBM to create his own consulting and coaching practice. He currently coaches executives, executive teams (multicultural, usually) and organizations in global companies. He also teaches coaching and intercultural management in Universities (Paris VIII) and Business Schools.
As an executive coach, Michel Moral works either in French or English. He also supervises coaches either in French or English.
Michel Moral holds a Masters degree in Science & Technology from the Ecole Centrale de Paris, and a Ph.D. in Psychology from the University Paris 5 La Sorbonne.
He has published 5 books in French. One on intercultural management (Le manager global, Paris: Dunod, 2004), three on coaching (Coaching, outils et pratiques, Paris:Armand Colin, 2006 ; Coaching d’équipe, outils et pratiques, Paris: Armand Colin, 2007 ; Coaching d'organisation, outils et pratiques, Paris: Armand Colin) and one on stepfamilies (Belle-mère ou marâtre, Paris: l'Archipel).
He is the editor of a book in English: The Routledge Companion to International Coaching, published in 2008 by Routledge.
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