Debbie works with both individuals and organizations. Her work draws upon more than three decades as a financial professional and incorporates her counseling training and understanding of personality type theory.
Whether serving individuals, couples, growing businesses or nonprofits, Debbie helps people and organizations self-reflect, commit to a plan for growth, and take action steps that bring visible and measurable results.
Using Myers Briggs Type theory as the foundation, Debbie works with teams to help individuals better understand themselves and their colleagues.Learn More
Success in the Controller and CFO roles requires a combination of technical and leadership skills. Debbie is uniquely skilled to provide coaching in both areas.Learn More
A unique, full-scope service far exceeding the services provided by a traditional executive search firm (cost of this service is typically a fraction of an executive recruiter’s fee).Learn More
As an entrepreneur starts to grow their business, it can be challenging to be faced with so many decisions and the need to be the “expert” in a myriad of disciplines.Learn More
Debbie maximizes the effectiveness of the 360-review process by providing the employee with both appraisal feedback and development feedback.Learn More
Coaching to address both the informational and behavioral aspect of having a healthy relationship with your money in the retirement season.Learn More
Using a Myers-Briggs based type assessment tool and meeting with you 1:1, Debbie will help you to better understand yourself and how you more effectively communicate with and relate to others.Learn More
"Debbie’s combination of depth, wisdom, ability to listen and extreme creativity are rare and awesome…Debbie has been an incredible partner to me as CEO…"
"Every time I talk with Debbie I feel like I learn something new..."
"Debbie was knowledgeable and engaging, and helped me to learn more about my own MBTI type and how I can better communicate with my colleagues…"
Successful organizations strive to evaluate and guide their employees toward constant improvement, but a standard performance review system is often found wanting.
Part of our growing process is to learn how we individually operate. How we develop the parts of us that we need to learn more about. Additionally how we learn about the people around us.