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Learn to Thrive in a World that is Rapidly Changing

Frequent job changes, remote collaboration, and cutting edge technologies are just some of the challenges everyone is facing today. Self-awareness gives you the ability to be flexible and agile with your behavior, communicate effectively personally and professionally and to have an impact in all that you do. It is a 21st century must have skill.

How I can help:

It’s important to look through multiple lenses to create the level of self-awareness you need to reach your goals. As an ICF Professional Certified Coach, I offer many tools and approaches that are unique to your needs. Whether you are looking for individual, team or organizational development, I can help you reach your personal and professional goals.

Career Development Coaching Services Offered:

The first step is to schedule a FREE CONSULTATION to explore the possibilities.

Read my Google Reviews

According to the Harvard Business Review:

“Even though self-awareness — knowing who we are and how we’re seen — is important for job performance, career success, and leadership effectiveness, it’s in remarkably short supply in today’s workplace. In our nearly five-year research program on the subject, we’ve discovered that although 95% of people think they’re self-aware, only 10 to 15% actually are.”

HBR, October 19, 2018.


“Ann’s feedback/material is something I will be thinking about often and find ways to incorporate it into my career. Another plus about Ann is that each session we had didn’t feel rushed. Would recommend for anyone looking to improve in sales or business.” (Jonathan Kish, Logistics client)

” I’ve taken a number of personal assessments, but this is the first time that I have walked away thinking it was fully me and not just me in general terms.” (Mark Hartmann, Hired Client, MBTI Step II/III).

“We received rave reviews about your training. Some were surprised that the training was so much fun! Your expertise clearly made this training a valuable learning experience.”(Gail Krieg, Minnesota Department of Labor)

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