Bob works with individuals and organizations and helps them make a difference by developing their potential for high performance and infusing balance and energy into their work. He brings creativity, vision, spirit, insightfulness and passion to his work.
Bob founded his own firm, THE HUEGLIN GROUP, in 1996 to work with individuals who have lost the zest for their career. His work focuses on getting people and organizations clear on what their purpose is and then integrating that into all of their many roles.
In 1994 he founded the St. Annâ€™s Employment Network at St. Annâ€™s Catholic Church in Coppell, Texas. The Networkâ€™s primary mission is to enable members to network with fellow parishioners when they are conducting a job search. Over 400 church members have agreed to visit with fellow parishioners who are conducting a job search and to open their contact management systems and share referrals and job leads with them. To date more than 460 parishioners have used the Network.
Bob brings a wealth of real life experience to his work. For six years he served as Vice President of Leasing and Management for Southmark Corporation, a national real estate services and syndication firm. Subsequent to that he served as Vice President of Asset Management for Sunbelt Savings for two years. Prior to moving to Dallas he was the Director of Leasing in Denver, CO for the Lincoln Property Company and Vice President of Industrial Leasing for the Binswanger Company in Philadelphia, PA. He served a term as President of Forty Plus of Dallas, a non-profit outplacement firm.
He was educated at Juniata College in Huntingdon, PA from which he received his BA and the University of Pennsylvania, Wharton School where he earned his MBA. Bob is a Certified Hudson Institute Coach (CHIC), having studied with Fredric Hudson at the Hudson Institute of Santa Barbara, California. He also holds a certificate from The Career Planning and Adult Development Network in San Jose, CA. as a Job & Career Transition Coach.
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