Since 1998, Rob Kramer has provided executive coaching, consulting and business training for a variety of sectors, with significant experience in healthcare and teaching hospitals. He served as the director of Training & Development at the University of North Carolina (UNC), where he oversaw management, supervisory and leadership development for the University’s 12,000 faculty and staff. He then founded the Center for Leadership & Organizational Excellence at NC A&T State University. Rob continues working in faculty leadership development at UNC’s Institute for the Arts and Humanities. He is the author of “Management and Leadership Skills for Medical Faculty – A Practical Handbook” (Springer Publishing, 2016), and “Stealth Coaching: Everyday Conversations for Extraordinary Results” (Dog ear Publishing, 2013). He has contributed a leadership column for Advance healthcare magazine, and he is delighted to have lectured at a TED conference, where he spoke on The Opposite Stress.
Rob received his B.A. in Psychology from the University of Delaware. He received an MFA in Dramatic Art from the University of North Carolina and was the founder and executive director of two non-profits. Rob completed his studies in Organizational Development at UNC-Charlotte. He is an International Coach Federation (ICF) and CCL certified coach, and is an active member of the Institute of Coaching (Harvard), ICF, and the Organizational Development Network.