Need some help reaching goals? Here's a solution.
The past few months I've been giving a LOT of presentations and workshops, and here is what I've noticed. Participants enjoy the content but let's face it, even with the best of intentions, without support, guidance and accountability, once you leave a workshop the inspiration fades, every day demands take over, and old habits can return quickly.
Does this feel familiar?
For true and lasting change, those who work one on one with a coach achieve better results. In my leadership coaching practice I help clients discover what is holding them back. I guide them through practical, engaging, and transformational steps to develop the skills necessary for next level growth both personally and professionally. If you've been thinking about working with a coach, let's talk. Working with an executive coach makes sense if you:
struggle with relational dynamics at work (dealing with co worker drama or big egos)
avoid difficult conversations
feel frustrated with not being your best at work or home
keep being overlooked for promotions
avoid standing up for yourself
resist speaking up, being seen or offering your ideas at work
Constantly stretching out of your comfort zone isn't easy and takes daily courage.
If this feels like the right time for you to begin working with a coach, get in touch and let's take the first step.
Executive Coach Kristi Mallory works with leaders who want to lead and succeed with empathy, competence, and resiliency. As the former vice president of her family’s multi-generational grease and industrial lubricant manufacturing business, Kristi understands group dynamics and the importance of having well-oiled systems in place. Her passion of more than 20 years for personal and organizational growth eventually led to coaching as a new career. In 2019, she became a Brené Brown Certified Dare to Lead™ facilitator and in 2021 Kristi launched the first-ever Momentum for Women Program. Kristi’s clients say her leadership coaching is practical, engaging, and transformational.