I would love to live like a river flows, carried by the surprise of its own unfolding. — John O’Donohue .

Executive Coaching

“Working with Judy, I have learned how my personality shapes and affects my management style. With this knowledge, I have become a better leader by building upon my strengths and improving on my weaknesses. I am a much better leader and manager and my staff is happier as a result of working with Judy.”  –David McMullen, Principal, KPFF, Consulting Engineer

“You have been so helpful to us in all aspects of our lives! I want you to know that your imprint on our business and our family and on me will last a lifetime and generations. You are one of those people that I know has made a huge impact on who I am and how I have grown and will grow.  In particular you supported our decision to start our own wealth management business and follow my passion and dream, our ability to hire good people, to help us raise good kids, grow our business from 0 to over 60 clients, reduce my perfectionism, learn to savor our success. In short you have helped me be a better advisor and leader.” Ray Gilmour, Trellis Advisors, LLC



Get out of your own way

“We come not to conquer the mountain but to conquer ourselves”  Sir Edmund Hillary

Executive coaching helps you get out of the way of yourself. Wisdom comes from knowing and tackling the barriers that limit your effectiveness. Some aspects in helping you get out of your own way: coaching and counseling sessions, creativity sessions in which you create the life and business you want, stress reduction tools, organization, focus and time management skill building, psychological testing for professional growth and development.


Coaching for Executive groups

Conversation, attunement, creating the right context and authenticity are the keys in creating great teams. Dialogue for executives helps create effective leadership teams. I have used the dialogue process, created in the Center for Organizational Learning at MIT, for over 15 years to help executive teams come together in effective ways, create context and vision for the team and the organization, and solve critical issues through the process of systemic thinking. The Harvard Business review states that a leader needs to be spending 30 to 40% of his or her time thinking. Learning how to critically think with your team is essential to effectiveness and retention of valued people. Working together in a true team helps increase meaning, morale and better decisions. To create effective teams a leader must be able to use the right lens. Great leaders know how to create context. By creating a lens through which their teams view the world, allows them to interpret even the toughest situations in constructive, empowering ways.

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