What Mary’s Clients Think
“Mary is a great sounding board for a wide range of individual and organizational issues that are tough to discuss with anyone else. Because of her coaching, I am able to think things through to create far better solutions than would otherwise be possible. As a result, my company’s organizational infrastructure is in much better shape, our business is expanding, and my life keeps getting better. It’s extremely exciting and gratifying.”
“We all can use a good coach to help us hone our game, think through our mission and how our day-to-day actions serve that mission. Mary Gorham has helped me think hard about my goals and how to achieve them, as well as what kind of business person and human being I’d like to be.”
“Mary brings the perfect balance of intelligence, thoughtfulness and enthusiasm to her trainings. Rather than just offering up time management tips and tricks during her workshops, Mary finds a way to get attendees to think critically about their mind set during the day and make transformative changes to the way they work. Her expertise and presentation style will help to make you more effective and less stressed.”
“Mary knows how to walk the delicate balance between listening and providing a gentle prod on the one hand, and calling you to the carpet on the other, definitely an asset in the coaching business.”
“I interviewed four leadership and organizational coaches and Mary stood out for her understanding of both organizational structures and interpersonal dynamics. I, as well as our division, need to be in alignment for maximum results. Mary has been providing the support and guidance for all of us to gain maximum synergies so we can meet our goals.”
“Even nearly two years after working with Mary, honing practical and aspirational leadership skills for a new role, I still revisit the advice and techniques that I learned from her. Most helpful has been an ability to re-center on my goals, and the various techniques that she taught me to catch myself mid-thought stream and ‘listen’ to the situation to be most effective in interactions with others.”
The New Spirit of Business
Co-authored with eight colleagues from the Fowler Center at Case Western Reserve University’s Weatherhead School of Management. Published by Stanford University Press. Available on Amazon.com
The New Spirit of Business
Mary’s Video Training
Free Video Training Series
When you download your free copy of “21 Quick Tips”, you will also receive every 1-2 weeks, an e-mail with a free, short (2-4 minute), video leadership training clip. You can watch the videos on your computer when you need a break or on your phone when you are waiting in line. Video topics include:
Gaining clarity on what matters most to you, silencing your inner critic, making difficult changes and transitions, developing a peaceful and powerful mindset, reducing power stress and avoiding the “more, better, faster” hamster wheel, improving your leadership capacity while preserving life balance, increasing both productivity and positivity in your team and organization, and much more.
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