What is CCC Coaching?
CCC coaching is a process of learning, discovery and transformation in support of your goals. Our tailored process starts with defining where you want to be--as a leader, manager or key contributor-- and what you want to create. Together we then forge a path to get you there.
CCC coaching is deeply grounded in higher ed. With years of experience both on-staff and as external consultants to dozens of institutions, we have a keen understanding of the culture of higher ed and the unique challenges facing academic and administrative leaders.
CCC coaching is practical. We bring a rich repertoire of leadership and management tools, resources, methods and approaches. We use them to support you in designing and implementing new practices, skills, and habits that will help you achieve your goals.
CCC coaching is holistic. We recognize that the pace and stress of work can negatively affect your ability to think and act strategically. We help you create the mental and physical states necessary to bring your best self to your work.
CCC coaching is authentic. We respect your struggles and aspirations and will honor you with compassion and honest feedback.
CCC coaching is convenient. We provide coaching face-to-face, by phone, or by video conferencing, based on what is most appropriate for your situation.
"Kande provided wonderful counsel to me as I transitioned into a new role and created a new unit at William & Mary. Her expertise in change management, team building and conflict resolution were instrumental to me as a leader navigating a complex organizational restructure."
Heather Golden, CMO, William and Mary
"Francine is insightful, attentive, and highly-skilled and her approach has increased my ability as an executive leader to be more analytical, thoughtful, and strategic. Our sessions have been a great balance of inquiry, practical and applicable steps to promote impactful leadership. My capacity to think more critically and creatively has increased significantly, and I am grateful for the opportunity to serve in my role with her as a guide and coach throughout this process."
Diane Forbes Berthoud, Ph.D., Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer, University of Maryland, Baltimore