Robert L. Weinberg, Ph.D.

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Experience / Approach

Robert L. Weinberg, Ph.D., is the Principal at Weinberg Consulting and an Executive Leadership Coach at Mariposa Leadership, Inc. Robert has been coaching senior executives and consulting business leaders for more than 20 years. Gifted with an ability to help others produce results far beyond what would be predictable, Robert has the insight to see clearly into complex situations and distill simple, actionable solutions. He’s worked with a wide range of professionals, from entrepreneurs to CEOs of large organizations in a wide range of client organizations in fields such as science, real estate, finance, and education.

Robert has designed and conducted leadership development programs and coaching plans to help leaders:

  • Balance competing agendas to create winning outcomes
  • Catalyze strategic thinking
  • Develop their leadership skills
  • Distribute their insights effectively throughout their business teams

Recent Clients

His recent clients include executives at:

  • Dolby Laboratories
  • eBay
  • Gilead Sciences
  • Johnson & Johnson
  • Kabam, Inc.
  • Theravance
  • UC Berkeley
  • Wells Fargo Bank
  • WestEd

Education

Robert brings a very unique background to his coaching:

  • Ph.D., Molecular Biology & Biochemistry, UC Berkeley
  • B.A., Biology, Brown University
  • Coaching: Certified as a practitioner of Neuro-Linguistic Programming, Neurological Repatterning and Ericksonian hypnosis
  • One of fewer than 100 people certified as a “Nine Domains” Facilitator by the Enneagram Institute

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Passionate about community, Robert stays active in several organizations. He is a Coach and Mentor with the SAGE Scholars Program at UC Berkeley, active in local service projects and has served as Board President for CVE, Inc. a major not-for-profit. He serves as Treasurer for the San Francisco Center for Spiritual Living and is Chairperson of the Brown University Mentoring Program in San Francisco.

Robert coaches in person in the SF Bay Area and resides in San Francisco.