Anne Gottlieb is the Director of Presence Work for Mobius Executive leadership. She is an actor, collaborative artist, writer and teacher and has developed a bold approach translating 2+ decades of work in professional theatre into programs for Fortune 500 companies, global leaders and innovators.
Anne consults a broad range of corporate clients and has coached many executives on high-stakes presentations, TED Talks and keynote speeches. Her work with groups uses literature, movement, song and poetry to support freedom of impulse and expression through voice, body and imagination.
Anne has trained and performed in the U.S and Europe extensively in acting, voice, movement and performance, appearing in over 60 professional productions. She is the recipient of an Elliot Norton Award for Outstanding Performance and has received several Independent Reviewers of New England Awards. She has trained extensively in voice dialogue and the psychology of selves and explores presence through open-ended inquiry and meditation through the Diamond Approach.
Currently, she is writing and devising two new works for the stage, teaches on the international faculty for the Michael Chekhov Association and is a resident scholar at the Women’s Studies Research Center at Brandeis University. Her speaking appearances include Angelina Grimke’s groundbreaking speech of 1838 at the “How Women Become Political” event in Boston featuring Gloria Steinem, TEDxYouth in San Diego and The Georgetown Leadership Conference.