Coaching Clinic – Corporation Coach U
Trish is a performance-driven leadership development strategist and performance coach recognized for combining diverse talent management expertise to deliver unique, value-added solutions. She has over 25 years of experience researching, developing, and delivering training content in a creative and dynamic format. This includes creating and delivering high quality, targeted, custom learning solutions for enterprise-level executives.
Having facilitated hundreds of workshops and countless hours of coaching for thousands of employees and leaders, Trish is recognized for effectively helping others transition into new roles or enhancing their skills in their current role. Trish designs dynamic custom learning solutions that meet the learner’s needs and delivers the content in an engaging, learner-centric format.
Trish designs and facilitates leadership development programs to support each client’s overall people-development strategy. This includes strategic management and leadership development initiatives, management assimilation, career development programs, the MBTI®, and 360-degree coaching and feedback sessions.
Trish provides targeted learning solutions for high performing, high potential leaders, as well as, newly hired and newly promoted employees. Her areas of expertise include focused development around Emotional Intelligence, communication, coaching and Crucial Conversations as well as specialized training based on the goals of the department. Other areas of expertise include: leadership development, learning consulting, development strategy, learning design, performance coaching, talent strategy, organizational development.
A few of her accomplishments are contributing to the success of one of the nation’s top insurer, and being known for excellent listening skills, quick analysis, communication skills and a passion for development.
She researched departments development and talent needs for the upcoming 3 years, designed a process for the leaders to evaluate the talent and development needs for each employee within their office, and implemented process in 2017 by coaching leaders through first conversations with their employees and documenting development needs.
Career development and planning
Proudest Professional Achievement and Why?
Deciding to leave a 25-year career with a Fortune 50 company and start my own business, Jordan Consulting.
Proudest Personal Achievement and Why?
I’m proud that through all the challenging times internal and external to our family, our girls have become caring, hardworking, beautiful adult girls. I’m grateful every day for the love they show my husband and I and the respect they show all humans.
Three words someone else would use to describe me:
Loyal, caring and trustworthy
I consider a day success if:
A successful day in business is a day that I have made a difference in someone’s life. Whether it be helping them move past their own struggles to achieve what they are reaching for, making them laugh, or being that sounding board by listening.
The toughest challenge I've ever faced is:
I am very grateful to own my business, the first year after leaving a 25-year career was very challenging both mentally and spiritually. Just when I was getting my bearings on what it means to be self-employed and connecting with businesses, Covid hit shutting down most businesses. I again found myself questioning my decision of starting a business. The challenge to continue was mentally exhausting, however, I had a wonderful business coach that helped me see other options and I was able to reset my mindset to continue working my business goals.
Dress shabbily and they remember the dress; dress impeccably and they remember the woman.
― Coco Chanel
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