Stacy Berg Jackson, CPC, SHRM-SCP, SPHR, M.Ed is a Certified Professional Coach and founder of SBJ Consulting, Inc. As a Thought Partner, Executive Coach, and Consultant with over 15 years of experience, Stacy provides tailored leadership and executive coaching across a variety of industries.
As an executive coach with personal experience navigating unexpected life transitions, Stacy has a keen understanding of the unique complexities these transitions offer leaders, as they continue to focus on work, team performance, and leadership presence. Leaders, who must lead through challenging personal life transitions, benefit exponentially from working with Stacy, a coach with this particular background and expertise. Leaders in the midst of personal or professional crisis, divorce, personal turmoil, major life transitions such as loss, relocation, or an impending role change or retirement, find professional paths forward with Stacy’s unique approach.
Stacy creates a safe space and sounding board for leaders so they can process through their decisions, find a path forward and become more productive on the most important things. She works with organizations and individuals to help them reinforce their effectiveness, increase their presence and influence, and maximize the balance in their personal and professional lives.
Stacy is a member of the ICF and bound by the ICF Code of Ethics. Stacy is also a certified Korn Ferry KF360 Feedback Coach, Hogan Development Survey Performance Coach, holds a Designing Learning Certificate from the Association for Training Development and a Leadership for Women in Business Certification from the Human Resource Certification Institute.
Stacy has coached CEOs, VPs, Directors, and newly promoted leaders tapped with needing to elevate their leadership skills quickly. Known to never shy away from even the most complex of coaching candidates, Stacy seeks a great sense of accomplishment when her clients experience true breakthrough behavioral change.
Stacy has worked with home care, healthcare, real estate, engineering, non-profit, and retail organizations – from owners and CEOs to emerging leaders.
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What You’ll Learn in This Episode
- What does “it’s hard to see the picture when we’re standing in the frame” mean for leaders in the coaching process
- How does that concept help leaders bring awareness to their own behaviors
- What’s a “DO and DON’T” when sharing either with the leaders you coach or leaders you are “coaching” so they are able to coach others on their teams