Based on the acclaimed book, The Cycle of Transformation, this 3-part workshop series develops skilled leader coaches using our unique methodology. The sessions progress from learning coaching fundamentals, to the intermediate skills needed to coach to what’s needed most, and finally conclude with the advanced art of group and team coaching. Each program can stand independently or be delivered in sequence, depending on your specific needs. If you like the book, discover how the workshops take your coaching from transactional to transformational.
What Our Clients Have to Say
Deb has unique talents that will help you and your teams deliver strengthening, consistent, and intended business results. As an executive coach she will enrich your career development, but also create an intriguing sense of self awareness that will change your life in immeasurably and in important ways.
Deb is a creative problem solver in helping to develop great leaders. I have worked with her for sales leadership strategies and implementation, group dynamics work and individual leadership coaching. She is thoughtful and effective.
I hired Deb on colleague referral and was extremely pleased with the results. Xponents and Deb provided amazing insights, coaching, program development and execution that provided a safe environment for a large group to navigate difficult territory. Deb’s sensitivity to the individual with a focus on the whole team was truly an art form. I would recommend her highly to anyone.
My team at Black Diamond, a division of Advent Software, worked with Deb to prepare presentations for our client event, AdventConnect. Deb was such a professional and was so astute to how our clients think and want to learn. She knew just how to draw in our clients with pop, energy, and professionalism. Our clients said after the event that our presentations were some of the best they had ever seen. Deb helped us take it to the next level and beyond.
My colleague and I worked with Xponents to develop a training theory to uncover and repair the roots of debilitating conflict in five of our teams. I was impressed with how familiar Deb was with the types of conflict we were specifically facing, and strategies for how to repair [them]. Skillfully she brought along the naysayers into the activities and now the debriefing data really shows the progress the staff has made. Even the employee who was the most difficult has improved in interpersonal skills.