"Steve’s authentic, non-judgmental presence created
a safe place for me to work on challenging issues.
He was able to read where I was at and kept me moving ahead.
His coaching was truly a gift."
~D.K., coaching client
If your life is perfect,
read no further
Butif to maximize your potential ...
there's something important you've been putting off ...
some habit you've been hoping to change ...
some issue keeping you from being fully what you can be ...
some place in your life where you just feel stuck ...
Coaching works (so says the research – and my clients)
Coaching has proven to be the most effective means for achieving sustainable development in the individual and organization.
Coaching isn't just talk: it's an action-based partnership that's fits your lifestyle; it's custom-designed to meet your needs. It's not a cookie-cutter approach.
It starts with a 30-minute, no-obligation free consultation, in person or by phone, so we can see if we're a good fit – and so you can assess whether a coaching commitment would be money well-spent. To sign up for this free consultation, simply contact me.
If we decide to work together, we'll do two 90-minute intake interviews. Why so much time? To support you on your path, I need to be able to see the world through your eyes.
From then on, it's all about diligently refining your vision; identifying and dismantling what's in the way; and holding you accountable (gently, nonjudgmentally) for realizing your own intentions. The key to coaching success is a creative mix of support and challenge.
My approach ...
...is integral – meaning that I create a program incorporating mind, body, heart and soul. As a student of integral theory and practice, and a certified "integral coach," I draw on the work of Wilber, Kegan, Beck, Cook-Greuter, and others (don't worry if you don't know of them -- it's not important) in designing coaching plans and offering insights that free you to kick your performance up a level.
managers in business, nonprofits and government committed to taking the high road – despite often conflicting messages of their workplace culture
progressives, cultural creatives and integral thinkers seeking to align their lives with their values
people who take good care of others, and take good care of business, but don't take such good care of themselves