Robert Hellmann, President of Hellmann Career Consulting, has helped over 1,000 individuals to achieve career success and dozens of organizations to improve effectiveness via executive coaching, workshops, and outplacement services.
As a career coach and executive coach, Rob helps clients to define and achieve their career and job-search goals, develop as managers and leaders, and navigate challenging work situations. He combines a warm, empowering style with a pragmatic, bottom-line focus that gets results.
Rob is a sought-after speaker, and has delivered hundreds of seminars, workshops and keynote speeches to corporations, institutions of higher-education, professional associations, government agencies and non-profits. The graduate business schools of both Columbia University and Cornell University include Rob in their highly selective list of coaches they recommended to alumni.
Rob is a regular contributor to Forbes. His insights have also appeared in media outlets such as The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, the Chicago Tribune, CBS News, ABC News, NBC News, CNNMoney, WPIX News, Consumer Reports, and Glassdoor.com.
Rob authored the books Advanced LinkedIn: For Your Job Search, Business and Career, Peak Presentations, and The Social Media Boost, and has contributed three chapters to GetFive’s book Work Smarts on leadership, performance management, and mentoring.
In addition to his private coaching practice, Rob has served as an adjunct instructor at New York University teaching career management, and as GetFive’s Vice President and Associate Director of its Guild of Career Coaches. Certified by GetFive as a Senior Career and Executive Coach, he has developed key aspects of their coach certification curriculum. Rob has also been certified by LinkedIn as a “LinkedIn Professional Recruiter,” and partnered with LinkedIn to train many of their organizational clients on the LinkedIn Recruiter platform.
Rob’s background includes over 20 years of experience working for top-tier clients and employers, including American Express, JP Morgan Chase, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, and the Audubon Society. At Chase he facilitated division-wide organizational development and change management initiatives, and at American Express he chaired employee engagement and leadership development teams.
Recognized by his coaching colleagues for his expertise and thought leadership, Rob has been invited to “coach the coaches” via chapter seminars at the National Career Development Association, the International Coach Federation, GetFive’s Coaches Network, the Mid-Atlantic Career Counselors Association (MACCA) and the Metropolitan New York College Career Planning Officers Association (MNYCCPOA).