Frequently Asked Questions:
Who are your typical clients?
As a coach I tend to work with solo-entrepreneurs (other coaches and consultants like me). I've walked their path and I understand what challenges come when setting up an informational (mostly online) business.
What are your specialties?
Before I had my own business I worked in marketing-communication roles for 15 years. I also taught Public Speaking and Interpersonal Communication as an adjunct professor, authored a book and got certified in yoga and nutrition. I'd say my specialties include: brand positioning, video production, writing, storytelling, public speaking, strategic thinking, problem solving and getting tangible results.
Are you a business coach?
While I don't often lead with that label, it has been suggested to me that is what I do with clients. I grew up in an entrepreneurial family who owned restaurants, convenience stores and other businesses too. These days we own a health food store. I sometimes act as a buyer seeking out new and exciting products for our store. Have a holistic health product? Pitch it to me and see if you can influence me!
Do you offer workshops and training?
Yes, I do. I customize each training to fit the needs of the people who will be attending. It's important to always put yourself in the shoes of the audience with each new team/group. Learning and behavior change happen over time, not overnight. How can we make your team perform as impact players?
How do you prefer to deliver training (virtual or in person)?
In today's environment with so many working remotely and teams spread across the country, it is not always feasible to be in person. But sharing a learning experience can bond teams as well as help them up skill. Both virtual and in person have their advantages and together we can build and engaging program for your desired impact.
Who are some clients you've worked with in the past?
Sometimes clients come direct from a company and other times it's through consultant collaborations. A few of my clients and collaborators have included:
Palm Beach County government, Clarion Partners, WiseTribe, Good Vibrations Music Company, and via: Ward Certified (a national insurance provider), and via PPL Coach (a privately held health software company.)