I started my people and culture practice because, after decades of watching big companies get it wrong, I wanted to guide founders who truly wanted to get it right.
I’m not the coach that will motivate you to climb Mt. Everest, or take you step-by-step through a scale-up manual. Those are perfectly valid pursuits, but I have a different purpose.
I’m an expert in helping you get your people aligned. That starts with exploring who you are: what you value and how you want to show up. It extends to your leadership team: cultivating mutual trust and understanding in order to do the hard work of scaling up. And lastly, to your organization: the shared commitment to your company’s purpose, priorities, and how people behave.
I bring to this work a lifelong passion for understanding how to get the best out of people.
It’s this passion that inspired me to get a BA in Psychology from the University of Chicago, a MSW from Columbia University, and to later become an iPEC-certified coach.
It’s also what’s motivated me to work for the last two decades with leaders and teams, where I’ve analyzed what it takes to create organizational trust and a culture that can sustain itself as a company grows.
I believe that we are all a work in progress. I’ll help you create a company that’s the most authentic version of itself. The outcome will be growth, not self-doubt.