Drawing upon her eclectic background in cognitive psychology, clinical behavioral sciences, organizational psychology, human services, health services, cross-cultural practices, biology, history, philosophy, and comparative religion studies, Birgitt is known and respected for her deep commitment, integrity, and her skills in facilitating positive and sustainable changes with individuals, teams, and organizations. As a leadership and organizational development consultant, she walks her talk and brings a diverse and extensive experience, with a genuine, compassionate, and direct approach to her work. Her experience is drawn from her work with thousands of individuals and hundreds of organizations over 35 years. Birgitt is dedicated to leadership development as some of the most important work on the planet at this time.
Birgitt Williams is an international management and organizational solutions consultant, author, meeting facilitator, teacher, keynote speaker and executive coach.
Her business focus is to create inspiring work environments that are highly effective in achieving their purpose and fulfilling their vision. She is an advocate of creating and nurturing a culture of leadership. Birgitt has mastery in possibility thinking and in working with the full potential of both tangible and intangible assets in organizations of all kinds including private sector, public and government sector, communities, consortiums, and strategic collaborations. She is skillful at system change, team cohesion, strategy focus, multi-disciplinary teams and cross cultural work. Birgitt has devoted many years of her career to organizations that focus on newborn, child and maternal survival and health.
Since 1999 Birgitt Williams (Birgitt) has been President and Senior Consultant of Dalar International Consultancy, Inc. of Raleigh, North Carolina, USA. Birgitt and her team specialize in developing leadership, developing organizations and teams, and developing consultants and coaches. Birgitt has demonstrated expertise in operational reviews, working at scale, team, organizational and community solutions, and organizational transformation, including in multidisciplinary and cross-cultural settings. Over the past seven years, her primary work has been with Development Agencies, the US and City governments, and in the non-profit sector in the field of health, particularly maternal, child, and newborn health and survival.
She has worked with health care professionals including researchers in Nigeria, India, Indonesia, Australia, Ethiopia, the UK, Canada, Switzerland, Austria, the USA, Sweden, and Germany. She has been a mentor and executive coach to leaders and to senior organizational development consultants in Armenia, Australia, Austria, Cameroon, Canada, Finland, France, Germany, Israel, Korea, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nigeria, Norway, Russia, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, UK, USA, Ethiopia, India, Nigeria, and Uganda.