In this week’s all-new episode, founder and CEO of BetterUp, the largest coaching platform in the world, Alexi Robichaux explains how his company uses individualized coaching, counseling, mentorship, and digital learning programs to help members grow, adapt and flourish personally and professionally.Explaining that mental health isn’t simply the absence of sickness, Alexi shares his mission to cultivate mental fitness through customized coaching and community support.
BetterUp provides a pathway for personal growth and long-term development under the support and care of a primary coach who will build your specialized coaching team and connect you with the help you need, even when you’re not quite sure what that help might be. Whether you are looking for management coaching, increased sleep hygiene, or overall lifestyle wellness, when it comes to self-improvement, BetterUp is your one-stop shop for personal growth and professional development.
Meet our guest:
Recognized as a leadership and development innovator, Alexi Robichaux is the co-founder and CEO of BetterUp, the first leadership development platform to connect coaching to sustainable behavior change. As CEO, Alexi leads BetterUp on its mission to enable all professionals to live with greater clarity, purpose, and passion.
Prior to BetterUp, Alexi was Director of Product Management at VMware. He led product and design teams to build enterprise collaboration software that earned Gartner’s “best in class” distinction. He also witnessed the changing relationship between employees and employers that’ll be key to future human flourishing and innovation.
Alexi is Chairman of Youth Leadership America (YLA), a nonprofit he co-founded in 2003, to foster peer-to-peer leadership development and civic engagement in high school students. YLA has collaborated with leading companies including Disney, Google, and Hilton Hotels to coach and mentor future leaders.
Alexi holds a B.A. in political science and non-profit management with summa cum laude distinction from the University of Southern California.