Clients build their reputations over many years, but they're easily damaged and difficult to repair. Coaches can play a role in helping clients navigate reputational issues in their work and personal lives. In this coaching conversation, we will explore how reputations are built and damaged and the strategies that are helpful in repairing them. We'll discuss how coaches can use coaching skills to help clients navigate reputational issues, the challenges faced in overcoming these issues, and how coaches can help clients overcome them.
Tom is the founder of Core Leadership, LLC and Vice President of Community Outreach for the ICF Charlotte Area Charter Chapter. With over 20 years as a talent leader in Fortune 100 companies such as TIAA, Bank of America, and Home Depot, Tom helps frontline leaders, mid-level leaders, and executives accelerate their development, achieve exceptional results, and reach their potential. His areas of expertise include executive, leadership, and career coaching, executive assessment, leadership development, talent management, and organizational effectiveness. Tom's approach to coaching combines extensive experience in dynamic organizations with his expertise in human motivation and performance. He creates a safe space for his clients, listens to their needs and challenges them to take the steps they need to achieve higher levels of success. Tom earned an M.S. in Industrial / Organizational Psychology at Clemson University and is an Associate Certified Coach through the International Coaching Federation.