Based in Spencer Stuart’s London office, Sabine Vinck specializes in executive assessment and leadership development, with a focus on organizations in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Backed by two decades of experience in senior leadership, risk management, operations and client-facing roles, Sabine has built a track record of leading strategic transformations in complex environments and understands the skills leaders need to succeed in a range of contexts.

Expert in leadership development and business transformation

  • Prior to joining Spencer Stuart, Sabine was the managing director of the Centre for Management Development, London Business School’s executive education arm. During her tenure, she led a major organizational transformation and implemented a global delivery model across 25 countries, significantly improving the organization’s global ranking. In her client work, she led the design and delivery of executive development solutions for a range of large global companies.
  • Previously, Sabine was instrumental in the success of London Business School’s prestigious MBA program and of its Dubai campus in her capacity as associate dean for degree programs.
  • Before that, Sabine was head of the consulting services group of financial services firm State Street Corporation. She led major transitions, structured outsourcing transactions and designed new operating models for clients in Europe, the Middle East and the U.S., including major financial services organizations and pension funds. Earlier, she served as risk manager for the UK, Germany and Switzerland markets.

Sabine earned a master’s degree in education from Harvard University, and a master’s in engineering and bachelor’s degree in science, both from Cornell University. She also completed Columbia University’s Senior Executive Programme. She currently serves on the board of Belcea Charitable Trust, which supports young musicians and the commission of new works. She is fluent in English, French and Italian, and speaks conversational Dutch.

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