I’m Rebecca – a transition and team development coach.
You’re in the driver’s seat managing change at every turn. I call shotgun. That’s what coaches do, we’re in it with you. You can’t take your eyes off the road, but I can. I look around and tell you what’s ahead. I ask you questions about how you want to get through this, and notice how you’re doing things in real time.
I primarily work with two kinds of people:
- People transitioning into new leadership roles, often involving teams.
- People developing new projects, often involving complex elements – like teams.
I help people transition into the second half of their career — out of their niche specialties and into leadership roles. As a professional coach I help academics transition into new roles, whether a promotion inside the academy, a new job outside the ivory tower, or a new leadership role collaborating with colleagues on a complex project.
I specialize in new team development, and help academic leaders translate their expertise into new contexts. I help teams start strong by clarifying the business purpose and intentionally developing a collection of talented individuals into a well functioning and cohesive team.
And, I have a soft-spot for a third type of person.
A person experiencing life-altering change, amidst massive transition, and developing a brand new team.
New moms who hold a professional career. The last thing you need is one more person telling you what to do. Trust me, I won’t do that. I’ll be your coach, harnessing the expertise you have for your own life and helping you forward into everyday awesomeness.
Are you transitioning into a new role, developing a new project, or leading a new team at your 8am – 5pm? Or, do you have a new home team needing you from 5pm-8am?
I’m the everyday awesomeness coach.
Whatever transition stage you are in I believe that everyday really can, and should, be awesome. Reach out to me at firstname.lastname@example.org to get started with coaching.
Everyday we move. Yet we believe to “focus” we must sit still. Let’s change that. Learn more by reading my coaching article published on Coaching World, the International Coach Federation online magazine.