Senior Consultant/Executive Coach
Randy works with leaders worldwide to collectively think differently to support sustainable change Committed to individual learning and talent development, as an executive coach, Randy regularly consults with organizations in the areas of emotional intelligence, coaching, succession planning, and leading change. Randy is at his best when “playing in traffic,” a metaphor he uses to describe his teaching and consulting style. His intention while working with leaders is to create sustainable change through mindful practice. Randy believes that a leader’s ability to slow the action and reflect on one’s internal landscape is the key to leading effectively in a world often characterized by uncertainty and increasing complexity. Leaders in tomorrow’s world will have to become comfortable in the paradox of “being still while in motion.” As Vice President, Leadership Development at a publicly traded company, Randy reported to the CEO and coached executives to enhance performance. He currently serves on the faculty of the Georgetown University Leadership Coaching program in the Institute of Transformational Leadership where he is the Program Co-Director for the Certificate in Transformational Leadership. Randy also teaches in the Leadership Coaching program Georgetown University and is a contributing author to On Becoming a Leadership Coach (2012). Randy earned his Ph.D. in Psychology from the University of Northern Colorado.