A seasoned Communications and Marketing executive with over 30+ years of experience leading teams in brand building, internal and external communications, strategic planning and change management
Marta is a senior executive with extensive experience building and leading teams in marketing, communications, and strategic planning. Having served on executive leadership teams for the Portland Trail Blazers, Edelman Public Relations, Banfield Pet Hospital, Mars Veterinary Health, and 24 HR Fitness, she is adept at driving both short, and long-term strategies and leading change initiatives. Currently, Marta is leading Monetti Executive Leadership Coaching. Her organization works in partnership with leaders and teams to develop and grow talent in a dynamic and ever-changing environment. She focuses on building leadership and team self-awareness and engagement and improving their agility in leading through change and uncertainty in an empowering way.
Coached a CEO with a reputation of seeming aloof and disconnected to approachable and engaging as measured by engagement scores and 360 reviews.
Assisted a Senior Director to build a better peer network in service of smoother program executions by building their competency of Influencing without Authority.
Worked with multiple women leaders to build confidence and quiet the 'imposter syndrome' voice that kept them from leaning confidently into their true brilliance.
Successfully coached a Senior Director successfully transition into a leader of others from an individual contributor role.
Assisted countless leadership teams with facilitating Strategic Planning sessions in an impactful way that led to excellent company roadmaps.
My style is authentic, engaged, honest and supportive
My ideal client is a CEO or someone on the Leadership Team who wants to sharpen their skills in service of employee engagement, empowerment, and company results. It's easy to look past the power of an engaged, high-functioning leadership team that is clear about the impact they have on the lives and success of the people who work for them. They are ultimately in service of the employees who serve the clients. I often say, "it's an inside job."
Success is if a client achieves the goals they set out to accomplish at the start of the engagement. It's critical to set measurable/tangible goals with a client.
I am curious and have the ability to help uncover what's underneath the behavior, thinking, and limitations the client puts on themselves unknowingly