Bob Kelleher – a Career and Job Search Coach – is a highly sought-after personality. He bagged a BS Degree from Salem State College, Masters’ Degree as well as an MBA from Suffolk University, Boston, United States of America.
He is married to his wife, Gracyn Wheeler Kelleher, and together they are blessed with three great children; Marissa, Brendan, and Connor. They all live in Danvers.
As a professional resume writer, certified career trainer, and individual professional developer, Bob Kelleher is busy moving around the world, sharing his observation and knowledge on employee engagements, workforce trends, and leadership.
Bob Kelleher has carved a niche for himself as an international keynote speaker, and a best-selling author who recently released best-selling books titled: ‘’I-Engage: Your Personal Engagement Roadmap’’; and ‘’Creativeship: An Engagement and Leadership Fable, Employee Engagement for Dummies’’, as well as ‘’Louder than Words: Ten Practical Employee Engagement Steps that Drive Results’’.
With his burning desire, he found The Engagement Group, which is a global consulting firm that partners with management teams to apply the best leadership and employee engagement workshops, programs, etc.
Having been an internal practitioner for several years, Bob’s practical approach and readiness to share best practices have proven to be an acceptable method for audiences worldwide.
His ingenuity and passion for employee engagement have given him global applause, especially his recent speeches in Paris, Beijing, Belfast, Mexico, Warsaw, Dubai, Hong Kong, Kyiv, and Tokyo.
Bob Kelleher has also presented papers to most top management teams of various companies which includes Abbott Labs, Shell, Balfour Beatty, Iressa, Prudential, Unocal, Covidien, Wurth, and Dale Carnegie. He is also celebrated as a regular conference speaker which includes Linkage, Human Capital Institute, SHRM, Aberdeen, Conference Board, Melcrum, and then HR Congress.
This multi-talented guru has endeared himself with lots of career achievements, especially in the world of sports. He was deeply involved in playing tennis even right from his young school days in Williams College, in 1933. At that time, he won both the New England Intercollegiate and Eastern Collegiate Double Championship.
That passion and doggedness in playing continued throughout his life, together with his wife, Gracyn Kelleher, and they won the Canadian mixed doubles championship.
The astounding author, public speaker, and professional resume writer has won several awards and recognitions, arising from his professional consulting services to top global companies.
Bob’s leisure activities include playing golf, baseball, and basketball. He also takes pleasure in photography and reading.