During my career I’ve effectively navigated multiple disciplines in a variety of organizations and geographical locations. I understand the uncertainty of a career change, the challenge of re-inventing oneself, and the joy of discovering fulfilling work.
For over thirty years I’ve worked to help others thrive: teaching in Guatemala, leading software development teams at global financial organizations, mentoring church staff and volunteers, and most recently, coaching leaders in business, ministry, non-profits, and healthcare.
The people I work with want to make the most of their lives and their work. Purpose and meaning are central values for them. These include the twenty-something computer science graduate returning to a good role in technology. The physician’s assistant who risked a late career move to another hospital and now enjoys work that is professionally challenging, as well as a shorter commute and dinner with his wife. And the writer laid off after 25 years who is now writing stories from the field at a non-profit with international impact—his ideal job.
All you have done up to this point has prepared you for your next role and I would welcome the opportunity to explore that with you. I can help you identify and step into the work you were made for.