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Rich Cox challenges leaders, groups and companies to stretch farther and achieve more. He helps world leaders and change-makers inspire others to action. He unlocks the creative genius in entrepreneurs and teams so they can go out and dent the universe. He enables leaders find their authentic voice and stand up as their most powerful selves. He transforms organizations into resilient cultures that thrive and adapt. He is a master coach and facilitator that empowers you to discover and develop your best self.

Rich teaches on teams at Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business and Institute of Design (d.school), London Business SchoolStand & Deliver Group, and Lime Design Associates. He coaches executives and speakers for The Clinton Global Initiative, the Istanbul 2020 Olympic Bid CommitteeTEDx conferences, and in leading Fortune 50 companies and investment firms.

He has an extensive background in business, finance and technology, working as Founder and CEO of Entango Corporation, a venture-backed e-commerce solution; VP of marketing for Ninaza, handling data capture for Phase IV clinical trials ; Lead Engineer for Infinity a SunGard company a derivative trading and risk-management platform and Engineer at Intel Corporation, where he helped create the first generation of Pentium processors.

In addition, Rich is a performer, actor, and improviser, who applies the principles of improv to theatrical and organizational stages around the world as a speaker and teacher. He has walked from Mexico to Canada along the Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail and now lives in San Francisco with his two dogs Ali and Shug.

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