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Robert J. Ryan Joins Shields Meneley Partners

Bob-RyanRobert J. (Bob) Ryan, a global business leader, has joined Shields Meneley Partners as an Executive Advisor. Bob’s career has included key leadership roles with companies ranging from $500M to $84B that include Proctor & Gamble, Tate and Lyle, Bombardier Recreation Products, Kimball Hill Homes and Griffith Laboratories.

Born in Montreal, Canada, Bob began his career as a manufacturing engineer after graduating from Carleton University in Ottawa, and McGill University in Montreal with a degree in mechanical/aeronautical engineering. He quickly developed a reputation for bringing the right people together to address issues, guiding creative problem solving, and ensuring successful outcomes. When approached by his CEO, he “jumped at the chance” to lead strategic human capital initiatives that directly impacted the bottom line. His career progressed rapidly as he took on – and resolved — complex problems in global organizations. He is known as a gifted listener and go-to-coach for all levels in an organization. He has been described as “captain of the team, a master of common sense and the last guy off the ice.”

Bob has served on the Boards of the British American Business Council, the Northwest Cultural Council, and the Human Resource Management Association of Chicago. He has also been on boards representing economic development, education, and the arts.

Bob is also a graduate of the Hudson Institute Coaching Program and a member of the International Coach Federation. He will join Shields Meneley Partners as an Executive Coach in the Executive Transition practice and the Global Talent Development practice where he will focus on building strategic business partnerships and expanding service offerings to top leadership teams around the world.

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