Betsy Newman is a coach for the Xavier Leadership Center. Betsy combines her expertise in leadership development and career planning with a practical, client-centered approach. She believes in beginning with the client’s own perceptions and situation, helping the client to articulate and focus on realistic and appropriate goals, and then striving to strategize effectively to reach those personal and professional goals. She approaches the coaching process as a tool to enhance one’s leadership and personal qualities rather than to “fix” an individual. Her methods have proven highly effective in a variety of settings, including corporations, non-profits, and educational institutions and with private clients. Clients appreciate her practical, upbeat approach. She is certified with numerous agencies and assessment tools.
• Business Coaching
• Career Coaching
• Executive Coaching
• Performance Coaching
• Individual Contributors
• High Potentials
• Manager of Managers
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Betsy is a nationally recognized speaker, educator, author, coach and consultant, with more than 25 years of experience in leadership development, organizational development, career development and executive coaching. She was Program Director for two major Federal Learning and Development contracts in Washington, D.C. and the co-author of a succession plan prepared for the Office of Personnel Management (OPM). In Cincinnati, she provides training and coaching to numerous clients. She is the author of numerous articles in business and professional journals and has published five books on career and personal development. She is a frequent speaker to businesses and universities.
Betsy is qualified to administer and interpret the following assessments:
• Certified Change Manager (Change Guides, LLC)
• Checkpoint/Insights 360 Feedback
• DISC Assessment
• Harrison Assessment
• Managing Organizational and Career Transitions (William Bridges Associates)
• MBTI (Myers-Briggs)
• Position, Power and Influence
• Strong-Campbell Interest Inventory
• SMS (Situating Management Systems)