Perhaps you have questions.

What is coaching to me?

I was introduced to coaching in 2002.

At the time I was an up and coming leader in a medium sized public sector organization. I was frequently frustrated and at times did not know how to manage those frustrations. Despite being eager to be a part of attaining organizational goals, I was becoming disengaged.

Fortunately I had an aware Manager who noticed the increased frustration and kept me after work for a conversation. He shared his story of how he benefited from working with a coach and what it did for his career. During our conversation he also explained how the coaching he received translated into his personal life. Essentially coaching changed everything.

I did not question it, nor did I resist. Within 3-weeks I began coaching and still receive coaching today.

Everything I have achieved in my life I owe to the wisdom and thoughtful curiosity of the coaching I received. Coaching has touched my career, my way of being a father and how I show up in the world. With coaching in my life, the world is full of possibility.

Who am I as a coach?

Organizationally I have been a coach for 8 years. In the organizations I work for my coaching is very much focused on achieving both employees career objectives and how my team will contribute to the larger organizational goals.

My coaching is focused at the individual level on discovering what makes you passionate. Through conversation we explore the connection to your goals and make definitive plans to achieve them.

The root of every conversation is anchored in respect and confidentiality. After all; this is your journey that you have asked me to support.

Who are my clients?

My clients are committed to personal growth and achieving their goals. A coaching relationship with me is one of commitment. I believe in accountability and doing the work that is necessary to achieve your goals.

Clients that come to me for coaching are not necessarily stuck or unmotivated in their current situation, however, on occasion that has been the case. The work we do isn’t focused in the past, but on what it will take to move your experiences to the next level. If you are unclear on what that next level looks like that is exactly where we will start.

Where do I start?

Your first step is to contact me and from there we will schedule a conversation.  That is it, simple.  So what are you waiting for.

One on One Coaching

One on one coaching is catered to each individual and their needs.  From our first conversation we will decide together what best suites you.

“Believing in negative thoughts is the single ​greatest obstruction to success."

Charles F. Glassman