Vicki Flier Hudson

Vicki Flier Hudson

Senior Executive Coach
vhudson@novateurpartners.com
(770) 936-9209

Vicki Flier Hudson is a Senior Executive Coach with Novateur Partners. She coaches clients through career transition and significant life changes, as well as working with individuals seeking to bring out their best through highly effective communication. She specializes in professional presence and presentation skills coaching for executives, entrepreneurs, and teams.

Vicki is an in-demand public speaker and has conducted hundreds of keynote presentations, conference sessions, and trainings for Fortune 500 companies worldwide. Her topics of address focus on managing change, global leadership, cultural diversity, and success through speaking. She has over 20 years of experience presenting in the business sector, and teaches presentation skills as a part-time faculty member at Emory University. Vicki is a recipient of Kennesaw State’s Instructor of the Year Award and has been featured on NBC news, as well as in numerous publications such as the Atlanta Journal Constitution, Atlanta Woman Magazine and Industrial Engineer Magazine. Vicki is also the author of the book Zen and the Art of Offshoring: How to Build a Collaborative and Profitable Team with Your Partners in India.

Vicki has lived and/or worked in Belgium, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Nepal and Thailand. She has traveled in several countries including Austria, Costa Rica, Czech Republic, England, Greece, Israel, Jordan, Mexico, Netherlands and Panama. She developed a knack for riding camels across the Thar Desert and enduring Indian train rides exceeding fifty-five hours at a time. She uses her travel and business experiences to help clients bring authenticity and life to their communication, and to face change with courage.

Vicki holds an honors degree in English from the University of California, Santa Barbara, and is a trained coach through the Coaches Training Institute. She is also a certified administrator of the Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI), a statistically reliable measure of intercultural sensitivity and a certified facilitator of the Cultural Detective methodology. Vicki is an active member of the Society for Intercultural Education, Training and Research (SIETAR) and served on the Board of Directors for the Georgia Indo-American Chamber of Commerce. She currently serves on the Board for the Technology Association of Georgia’s International Business Society. In her spare time she plays electric guitar with two hard rock bands and enjoys traveling with her husband.