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Coaching Services

Monthly plans include two 60-minutes coaching sessions and email support between meetings/calls. The content of each session is flexible and custom tailored to fit with where you are today and your goals for coaching.
Sample Session


A complimentary 30-minute appointment. During the sample session, we'll get to know one another and talk about coaching, your goals, and whether we would like to work together.

At that time, we'll either schedule a discovery session or, for fit or space reasons, I may refer you to a colleague.





Over 90% of my clients meet with me in person. However, coaching by phone can be equally effective and transformative.


Phone coaching gives us the opportunity to truly find the best fit between client and coach because we don't have any geographic limitations. It also saves you time and commute.


In Person

After the sample session, coaching sessions are held at my home office in Mountain View, CA.


For both of our comfort, all sample sessions are held in a meeting room at the public library.

Corporate clients can arrange for on-site sessions for multiple employees.


Discovery Session

​Our first official appointment is an extended two-hour session in which we dive deep into the areas you'd like to tackle.


This session includes guided exercises, visualizations, and goal setting to set the foundation and plan for our coaching work together.


Email Support

All monthly plans include email support. I encourage my clients to send me quick updates, whether there is a bump in the road or a success to celebrate.

If the matter is bigger in scope than a five minute email, then we can schedule a supplementary coaching session that month.

Corporate Contracts

I also offer corporate coaching packages for 1-on-1 coaching for an individual or several employees.


Topics may include team dynamics, communication, leadership cultivation, performance enhancement, succession and transition coaching, and work/life balance.


Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.

-Ralph Waldo Emerson                                    

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