Individual leadership coaching for executives and high potentials

We focus on leaders and change makers to discover what makes them uniquely brilliant. The purpose is to identify habits and patterns that obstruct this brilliance and it’s natural flow.

Each one on one coaching program is designed specifically for that individual with exercises and practices that support their ongoing development.

Unlike other executive or leadership coaching programs, our work takes into account the whole person—mind, heart and body. We also consider how they are interconnected with the fabric of their environment.  Our one-on-one coaching engages clients to fully embrace and embody a way of being in the world that serves them. Clients find that a shift in a person’s being is far more potent and productive than just learning a new habit or skill. For example: rather than teaching someone a new presentation skill they learn to embody and become engaging, authentic and present. The shifts and changes our clients make create ripples through the eco-system of their company, family, community and beyond. 

 


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Rebecca has a gently powerful presence and draws upon a deep well of wisdom in everything that she does; she’s a naturally skilled and intuitive coach. Rebecca walks the talk and has that rare ability to inspire and support you as you identify and then consciously remove blocks to the evolution into your highest potential, whatever that may be.
– Regina Getz-Kikuchi, People Development


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Rebecca is a terrific executive coach. She's a wonderful listener and helped me figure out what issues I wanted to work on in order to have the biggest impact on my performance at work and my work/life balance. Once we identified the issues she helped me to try different tools and strategies, until we hit on the things that work best for me. I feel so lucky to have Rebecca on my team!  
– Elizabeth Gillbrand, Senior Director, Global Sales Operations


I’ve always thought of myself as an open curious person, but now I truly feel this way, and this is very important to me. What I’m learning is that a strength can also be a weakness and vice versa at times, and it’s knowing how to really read the situation to know what to lead with.
– Kimberlee Adamski, Mobile Design Lead