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Coaching Menu

While your goals in coaching will be unique and personal to you,  there are some common focus areas clients bring to coaching with me. However, if you do not see your goal on this list, don't hesitate to reach out.

Communication & Culture


Principles of Masterful Communication: train in the art of understanding and being understood, wielding influence (with integrity), navigating negotiations, creating clarity and alignment, etc.

Emotional Intelligence: how to cultivate emotional intelligence so that you can have as positive of an impact as possible on colleagues and the company.

Giving & Receiving Feedback: how to give feedback and hold others accountable in a respectful and skillful way that is supportive of their development and builds trust in the relationship; how to avoid emotional reactivity when receiving feedback.

Boundaries: creating and clarifying healthy boundaries around your time, energy, and attention in support of developing a sustainable work-life balance; communicating boundaries in a respectful, collaborative way.

Confidence & Presence: principles of personal empowerment and how to project authentic confidence in a way that inspires respect and trust in others (aka the opposite of impostor syndrome).

Conflict Transformation: collaboratively working through conflict in a way that actually repairs any negative impacts on individuals and relationships, leaving the entire group stronger and more resilient than it was before.

Effectiveness & Efficiency

Rest & Recovery: understanding how to access genuine rest and recovery in your downtime, structuring it with the same level of intention that you structure your work so that you can consistently enjoy high levels of energy, clarity, focus, and so on.

Accurate Prioritization: how to feel certain that you’re always focusing on what’s actually most important in any moment, to consistently deliver the kinds of results that can most powerfully accelerate your advancement.

Stress Management: understanding the deeper sources of stress/anxiety and how to resolve them for good instead of continually coping. 


Career Progression


Career Development: how to make the most of your time at the company by optimizing your own development and making measurable progress towards your career goals.

Getting Out of Your Own Way: how to navigate difficult internal dynamics such as feelings of inadequacy, anxiety, perfectionism, and so on.




Transition to Leadership: successfully completing the transition from the one who “does the thing” to the one who “builds the team that does the thing,” understanding that these are two very different skill sets. 

Leadership Identity: developing your personal leadership philosophy, identifying key role models, and building out new dimensions of your own leadership identity so that you can lead confidently, from intention, principle, and integrity. 

Emotional Intelligence: cultivating the five dimensions of Emotional Intelligence, the core components of the “soft skills” of leadership (self-awareness, self-regulation, motivation, empathy, and social skill). 

Building Strong Relationships: how to create the strong and robust rapport that is the foundation for effective and productive communication, delegation, coaching, mentoring, feedback, etc.

Skillful Communication: mastering the art of understanding and being understood to create and maintain high levels of clarity, alignment, and motivation on your teams; navigating difficult conversations and leveraging them as opportunities to further strengthen rapport.

Feedback & Accountability: holding your people accountable to exceptionally high expectations in such a way that they interpret your feedback and as an expression of your dedication to their growth and success; how to conduct potentially difficult conversations in the most effective and productive manner possible.

Training and Coaching: identifying the most high-leverage opportunities for accelerating the personal and professional development of the people on your team, effectively delegating work/projects to create abundant opportunities for practice and learning, providing effective training and coaching, and cultivating individual and collective growth mindset.   

Ethical use of Power: understanding the dynamics that emerge when a power differential exists between people and/or within a group, and how to wield this power intentionally, ethically, and effectively.

Organizational Health: how to cultivate high degrees of morale and productivity, while preventing or resolving confusion, politics, and turnover.

Cultivating Team Engagement: how to inspire the team, cultivate a deeper and more sustainable engine of motivation, and give everyone a sense of ownership and autonomy.

Stakeholder Management: creating (and maintaining) clarity and consensus among cross-functional partners.

Delegation: learning to delegate with confidence and guide others to successfully deliver the outcomes you expect.

Product Management

Product Vision: Defining a compelling vision for your product that will be loved by your customers and competitive on the market.

Strategy and Roadmap: defining the strategy and the roadmap to fulfill that vision.

Product Discovery: Learning to identify stated and unstated customer needs.


Communication & Culture
Effetiveness & Efficacy
Career Progression
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