My approach to executive coaching is based on over 30 years of experience as a Harvard-trained psychologist. Throughout my career, I have been a pioneer in the development of cognitive behavioral therapy, emotional intelligence, men in therapy, positive psychology, and family system therapy.
I have learned about organizations and businesses through teaching at the Ross School of Business, where I have been a team coach to over 100 teams of MBA students who were doing international action projects. At the University of Michigan, I also coached several hundred executives who were participating in executive education programs.
My specialty is working with new presidents and CEOs who are building new companies or taking over well-established organizations. I have helped executives work with aligning their teams to execute on strategy. My clients come from many segments, in both the for-profit and not-for-profit worlds. These include banking, biotech, health insurance, financial services, economic development, healthcare, and higher education.