RCSN has tremendous expertise using our research-based and customer-centric approach to recruit and develop strong leaders.
The Executive Search team, led by Paul Wehner, is comprised of a Vice President of Business Development, Search Consultants, and Research Associates who aren’t just experienced, but passionate about finding top talent and linking them with the organizations who thrive from their leadership.
RCSN’s Boundary Spanning Leadership Consulting services are led by Senior Partner Donna Chrobot-Mason, PhD, whose efforts have helped organizations understand the boundaries hindering business performance to deliver better business results for their organizations.
Anne Golden is a Cincinnati-based communication skills coach and intercultural trainer with 22 years of experience in the field. She has developed a wide variety of courses, coaching programs and workshops utilized by groups and individuals at multi-national corporations including Toyota, Nissan, General Electric, Procter & Gamble, Microsoft, Siemens Corporation, BAE Systems, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, Verizon Wireless, Itochu Corporation, Tata Consultancy Services, Deloitte, Hewlett-Packard, WILD Flavors, General Cable, Astra-Zeneca, and International Paper. She is a professionally-trained coach (Coaches Training Institute, San Rafael, California), and also a certified Compton accent modification trainer.
As a coach, Anne works with professionals on accent and pronunciation, speaking rhythm and speed, intonation, vocal image, sentence structure, non-verbal communication, and active listening skills. Goals for clients include clearer, more effective communication at work, improved self-awareness, cultural dexterity, and professional credibility. Her clients include doctors, scientists, engineers, business managers and executives. She has coached and trained more than 400 individuals since 1997.
As an intercultural trainer, she has designed and delivered numerous workshops that focus on intercultural knowledge and competence, business etiquette, and effective communication skills for living in the United States and also Japan. Recently she has been asked to design and deliver a workshop on active listening skills for medical professionals who work with people who speak English as second language.
In addition to her current work as a coach and trainer, since 2016 Anne has served as Executive Director of the Japan America Society of Greater Cincinnati, a non-profit organization that promotes the relationship between the United States and Japan in the local region. The organization has more than 100 member companies and also welcomes individuals and families who are interested in Japan.
Before moving to Cincinnati in 1997, Anne spent 5 years as a counselor for US Government education and training programs, and 3 years as an English teacher in a public high school in Kumamoto Prefecture (Japan). She holds a B.A. in Sociology from Bates College, and an M. Ed in Student Development in Higher Education from the University of Maine. She is originally from Augusta, Maine.