We’ve all experienced what it’s like to feel stuck. By any measure, it’s not a fun place to be. When we’re feeling stressed or under pressure, it’s often easy to jump into solution mode. Yet, through experience, I know that reacting to challenges or setbacks rarely leads to a good result. By asking the right questions and taking time to listen closely, I’m able to help clients understand the real needs at play, then collaborate to find the right solutions.
When I’m not in the office or working with clients, you’ll likely find me at a museum, practicing my ballet, drawing or daring to try a new recipe.
A few clients I’ve had the pleasure of working with:
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