Where Is Your Journey Taking You?

Connect » To who you or your team really are, your most important values, the ways you interact with the world around you, the greatest strengths you bring to your current life situation, and what gets in your way.

Develop » New skills, habits, ideas. Evolve the way you show up in the world around you.

Challenge » Open your mind to see existing behaviors or old habits in new ways and find new paths forward.

What Is Getting In Your Way?

» Everyone has strengths and 'shadows' to manage. What are yours?

» What are the commitments in your life that are competing with each other?

» Have you ever gotten honest and useful feedback from your boss, peers, direct reports?

» Are you finding that what worked in your past isn't working in your current situation?

How Can I Help?

I am most frequently sought after to help leaders:

» Expand their leadership capacity, because today's best won't meet tomorrow's challenge.

» More quickly get traction in a new role (executives, first-time managers, or individual contributors).

» Improve a team's performance.

What Is Coaching?

Coaching is an investment that you make in yourself or that your organization makes in you. Coaching is a process that can get you or your team where you want to go faster by revealing what you might or might not see, asking powerful questions, and helping you craft a plan.

Thriving leaders use a chief of staff.

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Should you?

Extend your reach. Reduce ramp up time. Improve performance.

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I engaged Tyler to help prepare me for an interview with a company that has a notoriously grueling interview process. He first asked me a series of questions about my resume that substantially improved that document. What I valued about his approach is rather than doing it for me, he helped me see my experience in new ways and how to translate it onto paper. Tyler led me through a mock interview and called my attention not just to my mental state but my physical state (breathing and posture are important!). Being in an unfamiliar office answering questions for a couple hours prepared me for a day-long interview. I walked into my interview completely confident, and they called a few days later with an offer! Now, when I’m beginning a project at work I actually think about it more holistically and think about the desired end result.

- Real Estate Development Manager, Fortune 100 E-Commerce Company
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