I work with professionals who want more than a job in corporate America. Many of my clients are experiencing work-life balance, time management, multiple role and self care issues. My clients range from entrepreneurs to CEOs who want to be more effective, successful, have fun, and feel better about their choices. By working with me, these professionals achieve a more purposeful life where time is spent on things they identify as important.
Education/Certifications: Certified Professional Coach, iPEC (the Institute for Professional Empowerment Coaching), and ICF (International Coach Federation); MBA, Ohio Dominican University; BA, Ohio State University.
Favorite Part About My Job: Watching a struggling leader grow into a confident, unique legacy.
Steadfast Do's and Don'ts: Do's: Arrive on time or early. Learn how to REALLY listen. Find a way to help someone every day. Don'ts: Badmouth those who are not present. Exclude others. Ignore feedback that you disagree with
Most important qualities of a good leader: Balance getting things done with having great working relationships. Have the utmost respect for diversity of people, thought, and ideas. Have a coach to help you become a better leader!
My Advice for women starting their careers: Find a mentor and maintain a relationship with them throughout your career. Be as concerned about building your network as you are about building your career
Advice I wish I'd had (or had followed): Your resume, degree, and abilities will not keep you in a role if you do not build strong relationships with the people around you.
Quote I live By: Let it Go
Local Group Session,
Time Management, Public Speaking, Leadership/Advancement
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