Lead Your Way
to change your perspective, life, and the status quo
You’ve worked hard to get where you are.
You’ve spent the better part of your career climbing the corporate ladder, giving your best to the company. Except, instead of feeling satisfied, you’re more disengaged from your work, company, or boss than ever. You’ve lost connection with your co-workers and team, and the work you used to love no longer provides the same sense of fulfillment it once did.
You’re wondering how on earth
you managed to find yourself so... stuck.
This is more than about becoming a better leader.
Together, we’ll reconnect you to what led you into your work in the first place, as well as reclaim your personal freedom, and help you step into a more powerful way of being... and leading.
This is about challenging your comfort zone
and getting in touch with your deepest most authentic self
so you can lead a more meaningful and fulfilling life
along with a successful career.
In 2011, I started my coaching practice after spending nearly 20 years inside the corporate world. Though I was successful, I reached a point where I no longer felt the same sense of purpose and fulfillment that had sustained me earlier in my career. In short, I was burned out.
I wondered if this was all there was, and I wasn’t sure I wanted to spend the next 20 years waiting to find out.
So, I made a decision to change the direction of my career and ventured out to start my own Leadership Coaching firm.
Today I work with leaders across a wide range of industries, from middle management to the C-suite. I believe much of the corporate world today unnecessarily stifles great leadership and it is my mission in life to liberate the leadership necessary to make corporate life a truly great place to be.
Before becoming a professional coach,
most of my experience was spent with Sun Microsystems, the once great Internet pioneer. I worked in Training, HR, and Leadership Development. Then, I spent several years working for Yum! Brands, in charge of People Development in the Pizza Hut brand. I took my first coach training course in 1996 and by the early 2000s, I began incorporating coaching into the work I did with corporate leaders.
Currently, I live in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex with my wife, Stephanie. We have two sons in high school, a daughter in college, and more pets than any family should have.
My core credentials include:
- B.A. Psychology, University of California, Santa Barbara
- M.A. Organizational Psychology, Columbia University
- CPCC (Certified Professional Co-Active Coach) from The Coaches Training Institute
- PCC (Professional Certified Coach) from the International Coach Federation (ICF)
I’ve coached, trained, and learned from leaders in a wide range of organizations, including, but not limited to: