Mirna Pérez Piris, PCC, MBA

Consultant

 

Mirna Pérez Piris is a consultant and coach with Inspired-Inc., President & Founder, Conecta Leadership Development, and is also an accomplished leadership consultant and coach who has successfully worked with senior executives and high potential leaders in multinational business environments. Her work is founded on energetic insight, strong leadership qualities, excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Mirna offers leadership and executive coaching to clients in the United States, Latin America, Central America and the Caribbean.

She is also an experienced speaker on topics including coaching, leadership, diversity and inclusion, ethics and resilience. She is the author of the book “El Arte de Ser Coach y Algo Más…” (In English “The Art of Being a Coach and Something Else”), Editorial Trillas. She taught the course “Coaching: An Effective Tool for the Human Development” as part of the Master Program in Human Development at the Iberoamericana University, Mexico City and the course “Ethics and the Coaching Profession”, as part of the Human and Organizational Development Master Program in the Universidad de Londres, in Mexico City. Her areas of expertise include: leadership development, executive coaching, facilitation, training and development, effective communication, writer, speaker, and professor.

She has earned an: MBA, and a BBA, both from University of Puerto Rico, Leadership Coaching Certification, Georgetown University, Washington USA, Development Assessment Certification, Inter-developmental Institute, USA, Social and Emotional Intelligence Certification, Talento Emocional, Mexico, Hogan Assessments Leadership Forecast Series Certification, USA, The Leadership Circle, Certificate of Training – Profile Certification, USA, International Coach Federation (ICF), Professional Certified Coach (PCC), representing over 750 coaching hours. Currently, she has more than 2,500 hours of executive coaching experience, coaching leaders in organizational settings.

In addition, inspired by her appreciation and commitment to the coaching profession, since 2006 Mirna has collaborated actively with the International Coach Federation (ICF), and since 2019 with ACTO (Association of Coach Training Organization). Her contributions include: the 2021–2016 revision of the ICF Code of Ethics and offered Webinars in Latin America and the Caribbean on the topic of Ethics and the Coaching Profession, ACTO’s 2019 revision of their Code of Ethics, as well as the 2015 ICF Ethics Committee Latin America Mentor Coach, and many other contributions at ICF’s ethics, and regulatory committees.

Based in Mérida, Yucatán, México, Mirna’s work experience has granted her extensive cross-cultural knowledge. She is fluent in English and Spanish, and offers coaching services in both languages.