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How will clients benefit with you as their coach?
I believe that when we fully understand and leverage our natural strengths as well as address our blind spots, we are able to move from good to great in our work and in our lives. My approach is to partner with my coaching clients to support them in refining their vision and goals for themselves and their organizations – and to help them grow their authentic executive presence.What types of people do you typically coach?
Carol Vernon is a certified executive coach with more than 20 years of experience in non-profits, for-profits, and government organizations. After more than a decade in senior leadership positions in national associations, Carol became a coach to help individuals and teams become more effective in the workplace and more fulfilled in their lives. She serves as an on-site executive coach at the ASAE Annual Meetings and is a frequent speaker and presenter at their women’s executive forum luncheons and career development programs. She also serves on the faculty of Yale’s Campaign School for Women Leaders, where she provides leadership and communications coaching for rising leaders committed to public service.