Marcia Reynolds, CSPMember
1601 E. Echo Lane
Phoenix, Arizona 85020 United States
1601 E. Echo Lane
Phoenix, AZ 85020
Dr. Marcia Reynolds, MCC helps global organizations grow their leadership using coaching for accelerated results. Her clients include executives and emerging leaders in multinational corporations, non-profit organizations and government agencies. She also speaks at coaching and leadership conferences around the world and has presented in 41 countries. She is recognized by Global Gurus as the #5 coach in the world and is one of 10 ICF coaches recognized in the Circle of Distinction.
Excerpts from Marcia’s books Outsmart Your Brain, Wander Woman, and The Discomfort Zone: How Leaders Turn Difficult Conversations into Breakthroughs have appeared in business, coaching, and psychological publications world-wide. Her new book, Coach the Person, Not the Problem, will be launched June 2020 and already has rave reviews. Read more at coachtheperson.com.
Marcia was an early member of the International Coaching Federation, the 5th global president and one of the first 25 people in the world to become a Master Certified Coach (MCC). She teaches coaching for schools in the US, China, Russia and The Philippines, offers classes in coaching mastery, and speaks at coaching conferences and universities globally.
Her doctorate is in organizational psychology and she holds two masters degrees in communication and adult learning. Read more about Dr Marcia Reynolds on her website, Covisioning.com
Specific topics include:
– How to Outsmart Your Brain: Master your mind for greater success
– The Discomfort Zone: Turn difficult conversations into breakthrough moments
– Wander Woman: Success strategies for smart, strong women
– Leadership Presence: Create an impact without words
– Transforming Workplace Behavior: How Leaders Use a Coaching Approach to Evoke Change
Her programs provide cutting edge research and techniques in a fun and interactive format.
From the member's website:
Coaxing vs. Challenging. Do you know the difference? Read the 5 examples that demonstrate the difference and tips for challenging effectively More…
When stressed, we often hurl conversational stingers that can wound a relationship. Read this post for examples, and tips to regulate your reactions More…
When uncomfortable, we often talk too much. If you just shut up, open up, and listen with compassionate curiosity, you can better understand what people need. You can learn what to say. Read for tips on how to receive instead of offer ideas More…
Areas of Expertise:
Organizational Development Interventions
Women in Society
mreynolds - Updated: March 5, 2020