Kit Hill

Business Coach

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250 $ / session
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About

After licensing as a counselor, I enjoyed working as a clinical director with the Minirth-Meier New Life Clinics West. Working with a diverse patient population in the current New Life Network, I still enjoy the wisdom, professional comradeship, fellowship and training of Drs. David Stoop, Henry Cloud and John Townsend. I welcome the opportunity to lead and supervise doctoral and master’s level interns in counseling and coaching.

Professional background

Ed.D. -Counseling Psychology, Licenced Family Therapist, Executive Coach

How I work

As an executive coach I like to work with individuals and teams by really listening and assessing what they might need to work on. With an understanding of the issues, I try to help them understand the patterns they learned in youth, young adulthood, and, even in the present, as a leader. I have seen this approach be very helpful for leaders and executives. my 40 years as a counselor help me facilitate real change and direction for my coaching clients. I find my clients enjoy the process.

Pricing

  • Executive Coaching, Org. Development & Team Building250 $

Publications

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Family- Owned Businesses: The Good, The Bad And The Better

Family mixed with business can be a challenging mix. Here are some ways to meet the challenge.

Kit Hill  | 2 July, 2020

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Changes That Lead

Based on the landmark book Changes That Heal by Henry Cloud, PhD, Kit Hill, EdD reframes the ideas as a leadership primer

Kit Hill  | 18 May, 2020

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A Sobering Assessment For Leaders: Your Biggest Critic/Your Biggest Champion Exercise

How good is your observing self? Does it see you clearly? Try this exercise & then take it to a good friend or exe. coach.

Kit Hill  | 3 May, 2020

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Servant Leader vrs Leader With Boundaries: How Can It Be Both?

How can I really serve, influence and lead my people without having them run over me? Being a good servant leader doesn't me

Kit Hill  | 3 May, 2020