Coaching for Leaders, Artists & Professionals in Transition

ONE-ON-ONE COACHING

If you are experiencing a life transition, growing as a leader, expanding your career, or trying to make personal changes, a coach may be a good fit for you. Coaching is a partnership between coach and coachee. Together we work to develop your goals and vision. As the coachee works towards fulfilling their goals, the coach acts as a witness, a mirror, a listener, an empower, and sometimes, a disruptor—whatever behaviors the coachee needs in order to create new habits and achieve their goals. 

A coach will...

  • Support your journey towards fulfillment, balance or processing through challenges 

  • Help you to start and stay accountable to personal goals and project

  • Help you work through a major life change or transition 

  • Help you learn about yourself and how you can lead and engage better with others 

Options for your journey...

  • Not sure if coaching is for you? Schedule up to 4 sessions on an "ad hoc" basis 

  • Read to make a change? Choose our 12 session, 6 month customized coaching program 

GROUP COACHING 

The goal of our six to eight week group coaching experience is to work on ourselves in partnership with other willing individuals to grow awareness, manage through change, and develop and execute a personal vision and action plan. Each cohort will include three to eight individuals who are willing to take a personal journey in community with others. 

A group coaching cohort will...

  • Expose you to theory based, researched growth and development models 

  • Give you dedicated time for personal reflection and insights 

  • Teach you essential skills for peer coaching and supporting others in their journey

  • Offer you companionship and community as you embark on your path

  • Ground you in your personal strengths and values

  • Bring awareness to your limiting mindsets and beliefs

  • Offer you resiliency practices to manage stress, promote self-care and renew energy

  • Give you time to design a personal contract for balance

  • Help you determine what needs to let go in order to create space for possibility in the future

  • Help you identify a personal vision aligned with your goals and values 

  • Provide visual tools for designing actions, experiments and prototypes for your vision ​

PERSONALITY TYPE AND WORK STYLE ASSESSMENTS

MBTI Step II Interpretive Report

The MBTI report is based on the work of Isabel Myers and Katherine Briggs as an application of Carl Jung’s theory of personality types. Type theory suggests that we have innate personality preferences when it comes to how we direct and receive energy, take in information, make decisions, and interact with our environment and world. 

 

The MBTI Step II Interpretive Report is an in-depth, personalized description of your personality preferences. It includes your “four letter type” as well as the unique ways that you express your type. The Step II report also gives you bonus material to help you manage through conflict, make decisions, and communicate effectively with others. It is a valid and reliable assessment that will help you understand your innate preferences, as well as learn healthy ways to flex into your less-preferred preferences, enabling you to be more effective in your relationship with yourself and others. 

 

During the preliminary debrief, we will work towards understanding your four letter type. The second, deeper-level debrief will help you connect your type to your day-to-day activities and better understand yourself through life changes and in times of stress and trauma. 

We offer ongoing MBTI workshops on our events page

EQi 2.0 Emotional Intelligence Assessment

“Emotional and social intelligence is a cross-section of interrelated social and emotional competencies, skills and facilitators that impact how we effectively understand and express ourselves, understand others and related with them, and cope with daily demands.” - Reuven Bar-On (2005) 

 

The EQi 2.0 assessment reflects the degree of engagement you have with 16 specific elements of emotional intelligence. It is a reliable and valid instrument that compares your responses with those of a norm group. It is a self-assessment tool that requires your engagement and interpretation. A debrief of your assessment and coaching will help you develop highly actionable emotional skills that will impact both your professional and personal life. 

DiSC Workplace Assessment

The DiSC model is a simple tool that has been helping people connect for over 30 years. The DiSC Workplace Assessment report uses your individual assessment data to provide a wealth of information about your workplace priorities and preferences. A debrief of your assessment and developmental coaching will help you to better understand yourself and your colleagues. Unlike your Myers-Briggs type, your DiSC style is situational and malleable, meaning that it is okay to use it as a way to “read” and interpret others’ social styles and flex your own style to improve communication and meet workplace objectives.

Resources for Coaches

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The Coaching Habit Summary Blog

by Lauren Green

If you want to learn how to ask questions that will not only help others but help you focus on what really matters, enjoy these summary notes and grab a copy of the book to go on your own journey.

International Coach Federation

Association and Accreditation

ICF coaches help their clients improve lives, relationships and business performance. They make a real and measurable difference in people’s lives, which is why we’re passionate about making sure our coaches and the institutions that train them are well equipped to do their jobs.

Co-Active Coaching Sketch Notes

by Lauren Green

Used as the definitive resource in dozens of professional development programs, Co-Active Coaching teaches the transformative communication process that allows individuals from all levels of an organization to build strong, collaborative relationships.

Co-Active Training Institute

Training and Accreditation

It’s one thing to receive leadership and coach training. It’s entirely another to be trained by the world-class leader in in-person experiential learning that creates transformative leadership experiences.

Non-Violent Communication

by Marshall Rosenberg

Nonviolent Communication serves our desire to do three things. (1) Increase our ability to live with choice, meaning, and connection; (2) connect empathically with self and others to have more satisfying relationships; and sharing of resources so everyone is able to benefit.