Renée Dineen is a best-selling author, TEDx & motivational speaker, and founder of the Deep Tissue Living Institute, a coaching and consulting platform dedicated to doing the deepest work with those who never thought they could. Prior to launching her own practice, Renée spent 20 years in executive level HR roles in the high tech and biotech industries, including five years working and living oversees in Switzerland.
As an international thought leader playing at the intersection of business, leadership, psychology and well-being, Renée travels around the world coaching and advising leaders and teams how to navigate risk, change and growth while fueling the soul of the organizations and cultures they shape. She has dedicated her career exploring human nature to understand how we can all live with greater purpose, joy and grace.
Renée also coaches students and executives seeking deeper work and life meaning at at two prestigious universities--Stanford University and IMD (International Management Development) in Lausanne, Switzerland.
Renée has presented on dozens of global stages, been the guest on numerous podcasts and has been featured in high profile media publications such as Fortune, Financial Times Elephant Journal and Ladders. Most recently Renée coauthored “The Art & Truth of Transformation for Women” that quickly became an Amazon International Best Seller.
In February 2020, Renée took her own story to the TedX stage. Her talk titled ‘Authentic Inaction™: Undoing the Doing in a Do Crazy World’ is an account of her own trials and tribulations as a “doing addict” and workaholic. Her talk has already reached 600K views and supports her mission to revolutionize the way we work, play & relate to one another and our purpose.
Renée holds a Masters Degree in Organizational Psychology. Her coaching approach borrows from numerous coaching accreditations, including the gold-standard International Coaching Federation accreditation.
Today, Renée lives in Sacramento, California with her husband, Sean, and two teenagers and their beloved dog Atlas. As a family, they are fueled by their passion for travel, which includes 50+ countries and counting. Inspired by these experiences, Renée hosts a blog that can be found at www.travelmomentswithkids.com.