Take Charge of Your
Do Good Great Today
You are a fantastic coach!
Anita Holmes, Executive Director, Mediation Center
Mark is an upbeat and pragmatic
leadership/management skills coach who helps others take charge of their lives
to do great good. Credentials include International-Coach-Federation PCC level,
Gallup Strengths, Center for Creative Leadership, and DiSC. Twenty years of
management street smarts including bootstrapping a mom-and-pop into a top-30
arts center. Best practices and training chops from 10 years as a top-rated
masters-level prof (DePaul & Case Western). Published writer of articles
(Nonprofit Quarterly) and books (Results Now). Coach/Mentor/Trainer since 2014
for Chicago's Howard Brown Health (among the nation's largest LGBTQ
organizations) including leading its Future Executives Program.
You have become, hands down, one of my most
The road to something worthwhile can be demanding, which is why having a leadership coach on your team makes a huge difference. Says the dean of coaching Sir John Whitmore, the impact comes from "unlocking people's potential to maximize their own performance. It is helping them to learn rather than teaching them.**
Mark is the kind of leadership coach that Bill Gates describes this way:
I just want to sincerely thank you for your time and
effort in helping me see what I wanted, and how to get there.
Director of Finance and Operations, SARSEF
Adding to Mark's substantial on-the-ground experience as successful leader, he is an International Coach Federation Associate Certified Coach and an iPEC Certified Professional Coach. He is a graduate of the Center for Creative Leadership programs in Coaching for Greater Effectiveness and Leadership for Development, and he is certified to use all of the Center's assessments. He is an certified Everything DiSC Workplace, Management, Five Behaviors facilitator, and a Gallup Certified Strengths Coach.
Experience, ability to listen and talent for
getting to the heart of things.
Charles Handy writes, “In our hearts, we would all like to find a purpose bigger than ourselves [to] raise us to heights that we had not dreamed of.”*** Where better than Mark to find the partner you need to maximize your purpose and reach those heights.
Great results, personable, expert.
* Light, P. (2002). The
content of their character: The state of the nonprofit workforce. The Nonprofit
Quarterly, 9(3), pp. 6-16
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