Marsha Hughes-Rease, who has over 12 years of experience as a professionally certified coach, defines coaching as “an experiential and individualized development process that builds a leader’s capability to achieve short- and long-term organizational goals. Marsha’s coaching niche is supporting senior leaders and executives on how to align and mobilize teams in order to respond to a VUCA (volatile, uncertain, complex, ambiguous) environment.
Marsha’s ideal clients are leaders who are transitioning into senior roles or to the C-suite and leaders who are committed to identifying and changing derailing behaviors that may be diminishing their influencing strategies as an executive or senior leader. The coaching scenarios that she enjoy are:
- Leaders who are transitioning to higher levels of responsibility
- Leaders who are exhibiting derailing behaviors and having a negative impact on others
Marsha’s focus is on increasing a client’s self-awareness on how they currently respond to the complexity and volatility of their environment as leaders and how they would prefer to respond in order to be a more effective a more effective and inclusive leader. Marsha uses an intentional and systemic approach to help her clients identify how to use their “superpowers” to address ineffective patterns and habits of their leadership style.
Marsha’s Select Credentials
- Graduate degree in Organization Development – Johns Hopkins University
- Graduate degree in Nursing Administration – George Mason University
- Graduate certificate in Evidence-based Coaching – Fielding Graduate University.