Decision Coaches

Decision Coaches are experienced in strategy, facilitation, decision-making and are passionate about helping organizations understand how to eliminate decision biases to achieve their strategic goals. Through an innovative strategic partnership, EGI and Allovance have launched a series of workshops to develop Decision Coaches across the globe. In just a few short months, you too can set yourself apart as a Decision Coach.

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Who Makes a Good Coach?

We are looking for individuals who are:

  • Responsible for making/assisting in making decisions

  • Comfortable facilitating all levels of management

  • Passionate about transforming organizations’ decision-making

  • Self-motivated, self-directed, self-managed and accountable

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Become a Decision Coach

Being a Decision Coach is about more than a process. It is a new way of thinking about making decisions. As a Decision Coach you will be able to provide real, lasting, solutions based on solid data that will truly make a difference for your organization and clients.

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Meet a Coach

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Trudy Menke is the President of Reframing Leadership and a founding member of the John Maxwell Team. She serves her clients primarily as an executive coach and team trainer. Her favorite engagements include those that help teams work together more effectively, encourage individuals to build leadership best practices that impact culture, and assist companies with facilitation and software to support effective strategic planning that drives growth.

Trudy Menke, President

Staff

Ashlee Breitner

Managing Director

Ashlee Breitner

Kevin Rucinski

Senior Project Manager

Kevin Rucinski

Carmen Wells Quigg

Senior Project Manager

Carmen Wells Quigg

Stephanie Ludwig

Program Manager

Stephanie Ludwig

Vikesh Chandrashekar

Senior Project Manager

Vikesh Chandrashekar

Mary Hannaford

Project Manager

Mary Hannaford