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Cindy Whitmoyer, PCC

Certified Facilitator, Trainer, and Coach

Professional Experience 
 

Cindy is a Presidential Scholar of Wesleyan College, and a graduate of George Mason University’s Institute for Leadership Excellence coaching program. She is recognized by the International Coach Federation as a Professional Certified Coach. 

Her years of traveling and living abroad have supported her interest in international business, leadership training, and creating resilient organizations. Along with more than ten years of managing and developing human capital, she has extensive training in change management, strengths coaching, resilience training, communication development, somatics, and behavior assessments.

 

She is a certified Linkage Organizational Transition Coach and Facilitator (MOT & ITO), Wiley’s Everything DiSC Coach and Facilitator, and a Gallup Strengths Coach and Facilitator. 

Executive Coaching

Cindy has cultivated a coaching business around change, transition, strengths, behavior, and communication known as Executive Coaching for Organizational Well-Being(ECOW 3). 

As a highly requested instructional designer, facilitator, and coach, Cindy has developed a powerful executive coaching process that has been rated as "exceptional" by senior executive leaders. Her broad base of clients come from a wide range of organizations that span the globe.

 

Cindy is known for her metaphorical coaching style and tough questions. As a former teacher, she feels critical thinking is very important in creating success. She is passionate about her clients noticing shifts as they embark on their coaching journey, believing that coaching allows individuals' to become a better version of themselves. 

 

Cindy sees coaching as an essential investment for organizational well-being to support change, foster innovation, and sustain success. As your leadership coach, she will support you in clarifying your purpose, in discovering and utilizing your natural talents, opening your insight to leading up and down, increase your knowledge of powerful questions, and expand your leadership language while supporting your journey towards success and well-being.