Steven Rubado

Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Florida, United States
South Carolina, United States

Coaching Expertise: Executive Coaching, Faith, Leadership, Managers, Non-Profit Organizations, Personal Development, Small Business/Entrepreneurs, Teams

Coaching Availability: Taking on Additional Clients

Coaching Method: Coaching Packages, Corporate Training Programs (e.g. Your Location), In Person, Individual (In-Person, Phone or Skype), Online Video Conference (e.g. Skype), Phone, Seminars & Retreats, Workshops

Coaching Language: English

Steven Rubado hails from Syracuse, New York (U.S.A.) and is the husband of wife, Janet, and father of three daughters.  

Steven currently serves as a program manager for Lifeshape, a non-profit of the Chick-fil-A family of non-profits. In this role, he facilitates and oversees projects all over the world by connecting marketplace professionals with opportunities to transform individuals, communities and nations.  

Steven holds a bachelor’s degree in Communications with Business Applications and a master’s degree in Intercultural Studies. He is a Gallup certified Strengths Coach for individuals, managers and teams. His passion is helping others to tap into their innate talents and gifting’s, working with them to develop those into strengths that make the greatest impact on their families, workplaces and communities. He also has certifications from Microsoft, Focus on Leadership, Ken Blanchard's Situational Leadership, among others. His experiences include being the managing director for LEAD International (India Operations), an area representative for a Non-Government Organization called Asian Rural Life Development Foundation (International), Help Desk Manager for Southwestern (Texas), various contract jobs in the Information Technology field and former Captain in the U.S. Army.  

Steven believes that organizations rise and fall on their leadership. He has a deep burden for training and developing effective leaders of integrity and purpose or in other words, leaders that get the job done and do the right thing.