"Upon my acceptance of a new leadership position at another university, I reached out to Bill to serve as my leadership coach. The major focus of our coaching engagement was how to accelerate my assimilation into a new big role. Bill coached me to develop a 90 day plan by asking powerful and challenging questions while always focused on my goals for each session. I am now intentional and thoughtful with respect to how I 'show up to work' as a leader and the impact that I want to have on others. Bill’s prior senior leadership roles working with other executives helped him fully appreciate the leadership challenges that I was facing in my new role. Thanks to Bill, I'm a more confident and effective colleague, decision-maker and leader."
DIRECTOR OF ACADEMIC DEPARTMENT,
MAJOR PUBLIC RESEARCH UNIVERSITY
"Bill was my first executive coach. To sum it up in one word - outstanding! I had just been promoted to Vice President and was still growing into the position. Bill put me at ease immediately. Bill was an incredible listener. He asked probing questions to get me to explore my self-doubts further and be able to get to the root cause. He validated my strengths and would also provide that necessary constructive feedback that enabled me to grow. Bill was a trusted advisor to me, someone I truly respected. I believe that Bill's expert coaching prepared me for the next promotion that I earned as Vice President and CFO of one of the company's business segments."
DIVISIONAL CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER AND VICE PRESIDENT, FORTUNE 50 COMPANY
"Thanks to Bill, I am a better leader due to our executive coaching sessions. Bill’s coaching style was supportive and he was comfortable challenging my assumptions. He started every session focused on me and my goals. Bill is a good listener who asked me powerful thought-provoking questions which helped me find my own answers. I also benefitted from Bill’s significant leadership experience when asking for his advice on a particular business challenge. I felt completely empowered after every coaching meeting."