Coaching programs for the personally ambitious.
You are in mid-career and you’ve had enough of your current job and/or company and are ready to make a change.
You’d like help figuring out your next steps, and you’re looking to develop new perspectives and skills for managing your current situation while you identify and explore your career options.
You struggle to see yourself as a leader (or to be seen as the leader you are).
You want to level up your skills and presence for greater impact, both personally and professionally.
At Process-Based Living,
we help you navigate the uncertainty of change
so you know what to do next, and can start taking action.
When you focus on your process for making a change (and not just the goal you’re trying to achieve), you’re more present in each moment.
When you’re more present in each moment, you can identify the opportunities that exist for you right now.
When you act on your present opportunities, you impact your future. Your best goals emerge, your self-trust grows, and your career evolves with you.
Your Process Includes:
the change you want to create in your career
the mindset that challenges and supports you
the practices that help you be present & see new opportunities
your commitment to tracking your progress
“When the mind is trained to be fully attentive, even in the midst of chaos, we have the space to make more wise and conscious choices.”
~ Janice Marturano, Institute for Mindful Leadership
“(Maggie’s) gentle style and deeply empathetic approach were a soothing balm to the anxiety I felt about the future of my coaching and consulting practice. Her ground breaking program Listen, Sense, Grow works like magic for those of us who struggle to come up with a crystal clear vision of our futures and who aren’t served by traditional goal setting approaches.”
“Maggie helped me achieve my goal of changing a 15 year career into a new direction. Even when it felt like this goal was not attainable she kept me focused and on track for moving myself out of one stream of work into another. She took many creative approaches to doing her job and understood how I worked as an individual which I found most useful … for achieving my goal.”