In 2012 I found myself standing at the threshold of my next stage of life. I’d spent two decades working for Fortune 500 companies in sales, business development, and executive positions. I loved my work, but it had always been balanced with the responsibilities of being a parent. Now that was all about to change. My youngest daughter would soon be off to college. I began to think about what was next for me.
What should you look for in a professional coach? You want someone you can trust and with whom you will enjoy partnering. Your coach should also have proper credentials so that your time together is part of a structured process that helps you achieve measurable results. Having been a professional coach since 2000, I bring extensive experience across multiple industries to my work.