I'm a connection percolator.
What does that mean? It means I build connection not only through what I say and do, but also in how I listen.
Whether working as a VP for a $9-billion dollar cyber-security company, building diverse teams from scratch, the Manager of Operations for the protection team for the CEO and COO of Facebook, a state trooper, a 5th-grade school teacher, an executive coach, D&I strategic advisor, or advising on internal & external communications for companies, I realized that while I was damn good at what I was doing, everything I did had a singular focus communication.
To help leaders build better communication strategies for stronger relationships at work and at home. (yes, you are a leader).
To create a world where everyone has the skills and confidence to have all of the conversations we continue to avoid. Where we can powerfully communicate and connect with kindness and empathy as we say the things that need to be said, and listen to the things that need to be heard. A world where we do for others before doing for ourselves.
• Coach In Full Degree - Focus coaching on the whole person, not only the situation and circumstance.
• Merge - Focus on forward action and merge the path from where we are to where we want to be.
• Motivationally Listen - Ask questions and offer perspectives instead of trying to change minds or attempt to convince anyone of anything.
Active & Deep Listening
Speaking Honest Truths
Asking the Right Questions
Here’s the bottom line: as humans, we're biologically wired to connect. But we’ve strayed so far from that truth that we have trained ourselves to be pretty shitty at connecting. The good news is...we can change that.
It is possible to fast-track an authentic connection and relationship by learning better ways to communicate. That's my specialty, my gift, and why I choose to be an Executive Coach.