Robin Perry - Vice President, Learning & Development

About Robin

Robin Perry is the Vice President of Learning and Development for Bishop House Consulting, Inc.  She is best known for her ability to connect with individuals and teams to help them uncover barriers and progress forward.  Her work focuses in leadership coaching, team facilitation, and as a keynote speaker.

As a Leadership Coach, Robin describes herself as an instigator and supporter.  She focuses on helping clients increase self-awareness to aid in accomplishing their goals.  Robin holds an ACC coaching certification through the International Coaching Federation, and is a graduate of the George Mason University program for Leadership and Organizational Well-Being.

Robin also works with leadership teams to increase their effectiveness.  She has seen organizational strength increase as leaders learn how to work as a team. With her experience in team dynamics, she offers a variety of approaches to positively impact team functioning.

As a keynote speaker, Robin engages her audience around a variety of leadership and development topics including: building trust, emotional intelligence, leading change, as well as customized topics at the request of specific audiences.

In addition to her coaching certification Robin is also a certified DiSC© facilitator, accredited Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team™ facilitator, and is the originator of the #Leadwell management training program for Bishop House – currently in its 23nd session.  Prior to launching her career as a consultant in 2000 she held Senior HR, organizational development and marketing positions in the Capital Region and Boston.


“….absolutely wonderful day!  Our leadership team is eager to become better leaders and this certainly provides them the foundation to self-reflect and understand who they are as individuals and leaders.  The feedback was tremendous.” 

Executive Director

“Very knowledgeable, actively listens to group comments and assists with moving discussions forward; great sense of humor.”  

Leadership Training Participant

“Thank you so much for your workshop this afternoon.  In addition to being enjoyable, it was very informative for our leadership team.  You are an engaging presenter!  We hope to work with you again in the future.”  

Chief Operating Officer

“Robin was excellent. Very knowledgeable and a great interpersonal style. She cared about our success.”  

Leadership Training Participant

“Robin has a very effective way of presenting material so that it is appropriate and relevant to every person in the classroom – a difficult order when you consider how different some of our backgrounds were. She also did it all with an energy and enthusiasm that made it all the more enjoyable!”  

Associate Director

“Robin is an excellent coach. She listens and is very patient. She has the ability to teach leaders who already believe they know how to lead. She did very well on recognizing everyone’s leadership styles and working within those parameters.”  

Leadership Training Participant

“We have worked with Robin for several years now and I can’t say enough about how good she is. I always joke that if we could afford to hire her as our in-house trainer, we would in a heartbeat!”  

Deputy Executive Director

“You are one of the few consultants we have hired over the years about whom I have had no concerns regarding skills, abilities and fit. I hope you know you are unique and very talented!”

Human Resources Executive