CEO, Life Clinic Group
Featured in Greece’s leading National Sunday newspaper PROTO THEMA as «The Happiness Guru», Dr. Nancy Mallerou is the CEO of Life Clinic Group – Personal & Business Evolution. Personal development, progress and goal achieving were always an area of interest. Through her professional and academic career she developed a great interest in human resources, mentoring and coaching.
She holds a Bachelor in French Literature, an MBA and a Ph.D. in Co-operative Strategies. She is a Professional Certified Coach, founding member and President of the International Coach Federation – Greek Chapter and holds various diplomas in Life Style Management from the Dpt. of Continuous Education of Harvard Medical School.
She has served 11 years as an Adjunct Professor & Researcher at the Panteion University of Social and Political Science, in Athens. In 2012, she designed and introduced the course “Coaching for Happiness” that she teaches in Universities, inspired by a similar course taught in MIT and Stanford Universities.
She has 12 years of corporate experience in sectors varying from entertainment, charity and culture to cosmetics, advertising, media, spirits, food and telecoms, where she has held senior positions in Marketing & Communications. Her corporate clientele includes companies such as OTE, Unilever, Samsung, Thomson Reuters, L’Oreal, Eurolife, Ales Group, SCA, Heineken group, GSK, Groupama, Nestle and many more.
Dr. Nancy Mallerou is a professional speaker with a flair for engaging the audience, boosting their energy and enthusiasm and lifting their spirits. She has addressed audiences of 30 -1500 people in a vast range of industries, academic occasions, professional conferences, entertainment and non-profit events. Her charisma is to help people see options and new perspectives, to inspire and motivate them towards professional and personal excellence and fulfillment. Through her lectures, TV appearances, articles, seminars, coaching and books she has affected positively the lives of thousands of people.
Personal development, progress and goal achieving were always an area of interest. Through her professional and academic career she developed a great interest in human resources, mentoring and coaching. She has coined the terms “Esocentrism” & “esocentric” which is the basis of her approach.
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