Saba Imru-Mathieu – from Addis Ababa in Ethiopia to Geneva and Valais in Switzerland

Saba Imru-Mathieu is CEO and Founding Partner of Leaders Today, a firm that designs organizational culture change, offers innovative leadership programs, and provides executive coaching to global organizations and local companies. She directs the executive education programs of the Leader Coach Academy, a unique and innovative leadership development program.

In the teaching field, she has a track record of successfully creating and delivering programs for leadership development, professional and personal growth. She was a Senior Coach Trainer and Supervisor for 8 years at the Institute of Coaching (IDC) in Geneva, Switzerland, leading the Professional Coach Certification training program in English. She was a lecturer on Self-Leadership at the International Business Management Program of the University of Applied Sciences (HEG) in Geneva and formerly lecturer on Career Development and Leadership at EMLyon Business School and EDHEC Nice. She designs the leadership development learning programs at Leaders Today.

Saba is an Executive Leadership Coach and has been a certified coaching professional for 18 years. She coaches CEOs enterprising executives and senior managers who are determined to succeed and take their organization to the next level. 

She has extensive organizational experience having served as the Head of HR Management and Administration in an international organization designing HR strategy, organizational change and educational programs. She has in-depth expertise in developing leaders at an international level.

Saba formerly served as Board Member of the International Coach Federation Switzerland, and is currently Board Member of Découvrir, a Swiss non-profit that supports the integration of professional women from different countries into the local job market.

Saba is an experienced international presenter and TEDx speaker, passionate about leadership, change, coaching, multiculturalism and innovation.

Saba is the daughter of Ethiopian Ambassador Imru Zeleke and the Ethiopian writer and artist Martha Nasibù

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