Leadership coaching

In an uncertain world, we don't need more "right answers." We need more skillful questions. 

If you're looking for advice, generic assessments, 8-step programs or an all-knowing guru to give you the right answers, we won’t be a great fit. My approach is all about asking deep, insightful questions to help you discover your own path forward (though I won’t hesitate to share lessons from my own experience, where appropriate).

Through a combination of Socratic inquiry, nonjudgmental curiosity and loving provocation, I help you get more comfortable with uncertainty, identify and move beyond self-limiting habits and beliefs, and ultimately gain the confidence and clarity you need to be a successful startup leader.

Like all the best journeys in life, the benefits you gain from coaching are proportional to the effort you put in.

What not to expect:

  • Answers and advice-giving

  • Formulas for success

  • Overnight results

  • Tests or assessments of any kind

  • Cookie-cutter programs

  • Attempts to "fix" or change

What to expect:

  • Insightful, occasionally provocative questions

  • Loving challenges to self-limiting beliefs

  • Deep exploration of your strengths and values

  • A safe space to try on new ideas and approaches

  • An invitation to be present

  • Relevant experiences from my own life, where appropriate

Robin boldly plunges into the big, thorny philosophical questions that keep me up at night. She dares me to see myself in new, surprising ways. She points me toward resources—books, potential job titles, even an exercise program to remedy my aching joints—that I couldn’t have found on my own, and that are perfectly aligned with my needs. She whips out her dazzling array of marketing skills to help me fine-tune my professional image. And she does it all with grace, compassion, and a delightful sense of humor.
— Heidi, Content Developer