C2L: OUR COACHES
GETTING STARTED WITH COACHING
Whether you’re a large global corporation or a growing startup, if you want help getting started with coaching, we have people who can help. Our Coach2Lead consultants are trained to meet your people where they are and help them develop as coaches and leaders. Whether you want to integrate a coaching approach across your whole culture, within career conversations, or as part of your sales process, we’d love to help.
Susan Alexander is a certified coach and consultant and helped develop the Coach2Lead leadership training program.
After 23 years of business achievement at a major financial institution, Susan turned her attention to helping individuals and organizations discover what’s important and consistent with their values to create new possibilities that are aligned with their unique gifts and purpose. She is also a part-time faculty instructor at Otterbein College in the Department of Communications, teaching the Leadership Series to Continuing Education students.
Learn more at RosebudCoachingandConsulting.com
Julie Fraser is on a mission to create a world where all people can flourish.
By creating a safe space for people to discover and embrace their own wisdom, she empowers them to live up to their vision. Her presence principles lead to mindfulness, performance coaching, effective collaboration, and respect for themselves and others. Julie explains, models, and provides ways for people to practice these core ways of being.
Learn more at Present Source
Diahn Hevel has a passion for helping leaders maximize their return on investment in their sales and service forces. Her expertise includes designing and executing sales performance management processes, training and coaching sales managers, and other sales force enablement such as incentive plans and new hire onboarding. She brings over 25 years’ experience to clients in a variety of industries such as financial services, healthcare, logistics, industrial products, commercial real estate, and SaaS.
Diahn’s education includes a BSBA from Bowling Green State University and an MBA from the University of Dayton. She is also a graduate of the University of Virginia’s Leading Strategic Change program and the Coach Training Alliance.
Learn more at www.hevelandco.com
Jonathan Reynolds is a business and executive coach living in the San Francisco Bay area. His coaching work focuses on helping individuals and organizations generate new business by clarifying their key relationships and marketable value.
Jonathan’s academic background includes the study of biology, philosophy, psychology, and an executive leadership certificate from Cornell University. Jonathan’s coaching services are delivered remotely via phone, Skype, and asynchronous learning platforms.
Learn more at www.mindfullifemindfulwork.com
Elaine Suess is a certified Leadership and Talent Management Coach passionate about stirring individuals, teams and organizations to meaningful change. Through executive and leadership coaching, team development, and organizational culture and strategy work, Elaine delivers on Beyondbeing’s mission to activate leaders toward positive change and improved performance.
For over 20 years at General Motors and medical device manufacturer Hill-Rom Co., Elaine was a leader in multiple disciplines, gaining valuable experience and understanding of business and leadership. In 2006, Elaine founded Beyondbeing to bring the culmination of her experiences and strengths to others.
Learn more at BeyondBeingCoach.com
Amy Kay Watson is an ICF-certified leadership coach. She coaches to support and build relationships with people who want to have a positive impact.
Her training came from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro (B.A.), Princeton Theological Seminary (M.Div.), and Fielding Graduate University (Certification in Evidence-Based Coaching). She has been working in organizational transformation and career transition since 2009.
Learn more at CareerLeadershipAlignment.com
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