Gail brings over 25 years of expertise in interpersonal dynamics and the psychology of change to her executive coaching and consulting work. She has had a long-time interest in what motivates and demotivates employees and how organizations can create high performing teams. She helps her clients to achieve measurable success in these areas and is a frequently sought after speaker on the topics of Employee Engagement, Team Development, and Collaboration.
Gail is a highly skilled facilitator, executive and career coach who is able to build trust and rapport quickly and create an environment conducive to learning. She has facilitated hundreds of programs that have helped organizations to improve leadership skills and team dynamics. She has an authentic, direct style and tailors each program to the needs of the group.
Gail takes a holistic and collaborative approach during all phases of the project including needs assessment, planning, branding, communication and implementation. She collaborates with her clients to ensure that all programs are aligned with the organization’s strategic goals.
Gail’s professional experience includes working as a licensed marriage and family therapist, manager of a family-owned business, senior consultant in a consulting firm and president of her own consulting company. Her background in psychology helps her to quickly recognize the underlying dynamics when interpersonal communication breaks down or when there is resistance to change. She has a track record of bringing solutions that help organizations to manage conflict, create buy-in to change, and improve collaboration and innovation.
Pharma, Healthcare, Manufacturing, Information technology, Medical technology, Financial, Legal, Professional services, Federal/State government
MS Counseling, University of Bridgeport
BA Psychology, University of Connecticut