Nadine B. Hack has been nominated for two awards by the APCTC Coaching Association:
- Womens Mentor of the Year
“This award honours and recognises the outstanding contribution made by a women in the coaching, training or consultancy field.”
- Business Mentor of the Year
“The Business coach / mentor of the year award will be presented to the individual who has made the most significant and tangible difference to business owners. They will have demonstrated their ability to tune in to their clients needs and support them to enable business growth and development.”
APCTC’s bio for Mrs. Hack reads:
Nadine Hack CEO beCause Global Consulting (www.beCause.net), named one of the Top 100 Thought Leaders on Trustworthy Business Behavior in the world, advises Fortune 500 company executives, heads of state, and other leaders and organizations internationally. Global CEO named her #15 of Top 100 CSR Leaders globally (corporate social responsibility). She was the first woman to be Executive-in-Residence at IMD Business School where she maintains an affiliation. She was Board Chair of Desmond Tutu Peace Foundation and has served as a non-executive director on other for- and not-for-profit boards. She’s received numerous awards including International Outstanding Achievement, Woman of the Year, and Inspiration Award for lifetime achievement presented at Säid Business School Oxford University. She has Master’s degrees from Harvard and The New School, is a Fellow at New Westminster College, created and taught graduate courses at NYU, SNHU and has guest lectured at many universities. Her personal passion is supporting other women and she has actively done that since the 1960s.
Mrs. Hack’s credentials exceed those stated in the APCTC bio. Mrs. Hack was a consultant to Nelson Mandela at the time Apartheid was abolished in South Africa. She has also corroborated with multiple presidential administrations, the United Nations and The Elders.
Most recently, on November 5, 2014, Mrs. Hack participated in a public debate organized by The Elders, “Building a lasting peace: where are the women?”. Mrs. Hack was one of three female peacekeepers invited to speak along with Elders, Kofi Annan, Former President Jimmy Carter, Hina Jilani and Mary Robinson. You can watch the debate and learn more about #WhereAreTheWomen initiative at:
In March 2013, Mrs. Hack delivered a talk on leadership for at TEDxPlainpalais, in Geneva, Switzerland, titled “Adversaries to Allies: Nadine B. Hack”:
Nadine defies the conception that seemingly opposite ideas can’t work together by revealing the power of your humanity. A master bridge-builder, who has worked with Nelson Mandela and other leaders from all sectors, Nadine Hack has turned adversaries into allies throughout the world. Her pioneering work on engagement leadership and her unique framework Strategic Relational Engagement (SRE™) is based on decades of real-life success in bringing together diverse stakeholder to find common ground and achieve great goals.
Her inspiring talk may be accessed at:
Mrs. Hack has a solid record as a role model, global leader and peacekeeper. Please take a moment to vote for Nadine B. Hack by visiting: