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Hi! I'm Chris

I help future and current leaders discover, examine, and build upon their strengths and development areas to optimize career growth and satisfaction.  

 

Chris is focused on helping people understand themselves at a deeper level to identify and develop meaningful career development based on their motivations, desires, and interests. He brings over 15 years of experience in large global organizations where he made value-add contributions to “the people side” of the business equation.

 

Coaching Experience

Chris spent over 10 years of his experience in Human Resources Business Partner roles in both office and manufacturing environments. He has enjoyed coaching leaders over this time regardless of the setting – from high-potential individual contributors considering a manager role to the senior leaders preparing for the corner office; from the shop floor supervisor to the plant manager – and all places in-between. Chris sees his purpose come to fruition via partnering with individuals as they unlock their potential.

Self-Awareness and Action Planning

From his experience, Chris knows how crucial self-awareness is as a foundational step to any kind of career development. You must first understand where you are in order to articulate any gap from where you want to be. As you work with Chris, you will develop your self-awareness, identify any potential career gaps, and construct clearly defined action plans to either shrink that gap or maximize your strengths in a realistic way.

Background

Chris holds a Bachelor’s in Human Services from Villanova University as well as a Master’s in Organization Development from Queens University of Charlotte. He also has achieved a certification in Executive Coaching from Queens University of Charlotte. His professional experience includes various Human Resources functions from Business Partner roles to Learning, Leadership Development, and Talent Management. Additionally, Chris is certified in three major assessments: Actualized Leadership Profile, WorkPlace Big 5 Profile, and the Hogan Assessment.