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New Perspectives Coaching, Training and Facilitation.
If you are interested in my work with organizations, including:
- organizational development consulting,
- facilitation of meetings and processes,
- thought partner work with facilitators and consultants,
- leadership/executive coaching, and
- workshops and training,
please head over to the Organizational Development side of the website.
If you are interested in Life or Relationship Coaching, you’ll find that work on the Coaching side of the website.
If you are just looking for a way to reach me, here is a link to the Contact Me page.
Please see the designated page on my website for resources on Whiteness and Systemic Racism.
“Tasha is extremely intuitive and we felt that in a very short time she understood our dynamics and concerns. With her guidance, and with tools she provided, we were able to craft a workable plan of action.”
“My first experience as an interim executive director of a grassroots nonprofit organization was daunting. One of the best decisions I made during my first month was to hire Tasha as an executive coach.
“Initially she supported the staff as a team coach and effectively helped us identify positive communication strategies and planning processes, always from a place of compassion and curiosity. Several months later Tasha and I continued working together in an individual coaching relationship. In this capacity, we engaged in conversations and exercises that empowered me to stay centered and grounded in the details of my role, while also maintaining big picture perspective.
“I have had the opportunity to work with many effective coaches, consultants and facilitators over the course of my career, but Tasha’s calm demeanor matched with her personal commitment to developing the individual as well as the team is unique and compelling.”
~Rebecca Channer, independent contractor and consultant
“Tasha helped guide us through a difficult transition between Executive Directors. She was pragmatic and efficient at completing day-to-day tasks, while also visionary and holistic in posing strategic questions that enabled us to make the right choice for our next hire. Her skillful use of consensus decision-making was critical to her success with our organization.”
Lisa Byers, National Community Land Trust Network
From Workshop Evaluations:
“A very different way of viewing and dealing with difficulties. It was rewarding and had very good results.”
“(provided) new paths toward solutions — clearing away the clutter”
“Gives you tangible tools to use on your own. Tasha is really great!”
“Exceeded my expectations”