I'm Laurie Greenberg, an accredited business and leadership coach. I collaborate with businesses to inspire their management teams, professionally and personally, to reach new levels of personal responsibility and leadership.
More engaged employees. Better corporate efficiencies. Higher sales. Just to name a few.
A graduate of the IPEC school of coaching, I specialize in transforming individual and organizational energy, which I accomplish by pushing people out of their comfort zone to uncover and counteract damaging, negative thoughts.
Sound too woo-woo for you?
With 20 years of experience as a clinical pharmacist behind me, I approach coaching from a critical, science-based slant. Yes, I'm passionate about my clients and the work we do together. And, yes, I'm driven by a desire to support and inspire growth in others. But my results-oriented approach goes beyond talking. I'm not interested in wasting my time or yours!
I cut through each individual's noise to hone in on what's blocking their growth, then create realistic action plans toward a series of short- and long-terms goals to hold them accountable.
My clients include franchises such as 1-800-GOT-JUNK, as well as well-established national businesses like the Cincinnati Financial Insurance Company, along with smaller, regional businesses.
Certified Professional Coach (CPC) - Graduate of the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching
Professional Certified Coach (PCC) - 125+ additional hours of annual training with the International Coaching Federation, 500+ coaching hours
ELI-MP - Master Practitioner of the Energy Leadership Index (ELI)
Invest in your company's future today! Email me to set up a free consultation. Let's get your employees back on the road to high-energy engagement.
When I'm not working with clients, I'm continuing to build my skillset. You'll always find at least one leadership book on my bedside table. Some of my favorites include "The Big Leap" by Gay Hendricks, "The Originals," by Adam Grant, "You Are a Badass" by Jen Sincero, and "Four-Hour Workweek" by Tim Ferris.
I'm also an active member of the 5:30 a.m. club. A firm believer that how you start your day can shape the course of the day, I invest the first 60 minutes of every morning in personal preparation. This includes 20 minutes of physical exercise, 20 minutes of reflection, and 20 minutes of creative pursuits.
During my spare time I enjoy doing Yoga, spending time with my family, and walking my dog.