Rania Abu Rabia CPLP PCC PHR

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Rania is the founder and lead faciltator of THINK, a progressive leadership© development center.

She is a facilitator of leadership transformation and an executive coach, helping organizations humanize their culture and leaders achieve tangle results with their teams.

She is also a faculty member certifying professional coaches under the ICF (International Coaching Federation), and a keynote speaker on topics related to progressive leadership such as leadership behind the scenes, inside-out approach, power and influence, resilience, agility, wellbeing, and women in leadership.

Rania has 30+ years of corporate and coaching experience, having worked in various multinational organizations in Canada, UAE and Egypt. Before founding THINK, she was Executive Director, HR, IT & Planning for Abercrombie & Kent Egypt, leading a team of 60 individuals, responsible for 8 branches, and for an annual budget of over US$ 12M.

She holds a BSc in CS degree from Canada. She is a Certified Professional in Leadership & Performance (ATD) as well as a Professional Certified Coach, a Certified Executive Coach (ICF) and a Professional in HR (HRCI). She has also earned the Cambridge International Diploma for Teachers & Trainers. Additionally, Rania is a certified MBTI® practitioner and LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® facilitator. She is currently studying to become a Certified Applied Positive Psychologist (CAPP)

Rania’s passion is to inspire Egyptian women to utilize their uniqueness, their potentials and their greatness to contributing pro-actively in touching other people’s lives and thus elevating their community, their country and the world. In May 2016, she created the “Stories worth spreading” initiative where she interviews remarkable Egyptian women leaders from allover Egypt and shares their stories on her blog http://www.raniaaburabia.com.

Rania was recognized as one of the top 50 most influential women in Egypt for 2017 by Amwal Al Ghad magazine, the first Egyptian economic magazine

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