Dr. Legatt is inspired by the Gestalt approach to coaching. Gestalt is a holistic approach that enables clients to incorporate the complexity of their experience into the coaching. Using presence and practical experiments, clients will be able to make meaning of their goals and unlock their potential.
Dr. Legatt's approach places great importance on systems centered thinking, focusing on integrating the whole person and their environment shaping major decisions.
Dr. Legatt's clients benefit from her background and expertise in working with high-potential leaders, Millennials, and Gen Z.
Coachees, who are executive-level professionals, will maximize critical turning points in their professional journeys using Dr. Legatt's proven process.
This process includes an individual and organizational assessment and a high-impact coaching plan.
Within organizations, coaching is designed to align the organization's and coachee's goals so that the coaching is meaningful, resonant, and impactful.
By asking questions, challenging assumptions, and helping to provide clarity and resources, you will gain insights that you can immediately apply in your organization or team.
Executive coaching will help you, or the members of your organization, achieve higher levels of self awareness and improved self regulation.
There is a correlation between executive coaching and improved employee retention and performance, and top companies like Amazon, Facebook, Microsoft, and Asana have opted to invest in coaching. Coaching can benefit employees of all ages, and can be specialized for those who are Millennial and Gen Z.
Executive coaching will also help develop emotional intelligence and advance social skills.
Coachees will experience a greater motivation, profound personal expansion, and greatly improved leadership abilities.
I have been privileged to work directly with managers and executives in the automotive, finance, and consulting industries to increase their impact, achieve their goals, and create measurable results.
Following the International Coaching Federation's ethics, l uphold the honor and dignity of the profession by striving to set an example of the highest ethical and moral conduct.
This means I promise to:
Accurately create, maintain, store and dispose of any records of work done in a way that promotes confidentiality
Actively seek to avoid conflicts between my interests and the interests of my clients
Recognized as an expert in corporate culture and diversity by such publications as Inc., Yale Daily News, and Wonolo, Dr. Legatt is often asked to share her advice on navigating difficult challenges in the corporate world.
Dr. Legatt is also an internationally recognized professor in Organizational Dynamics at the University of Pennsylvania. Her Coursera courses hosted by University of Pennsylvania have been recognized as “Best Business Course.” In Wharton's Executive Education Program, she serves as a High-Performance Team facilitator and coach.
Dr. Legatt's unique background and experience make her the best choice to provide the support you need to successfully navigate these challenging times.