Charlie brings over 30 years of leadership experience where he is a recognized leader in his field. He has had the privilege to hire, train, and lead others at all levels of an organization. Adept in one-on-one coaching, as well as group facilitation, Charlie equips each individual with the tools they need to succeed personally and professionally.
He was the recipient of the “Burning Heart Award” from the John 3:16 Mission in 2017, and he brings an attitude of servant leadership to everything he does. He is driven by the belief that it is people, not systems that create a climate and culture which can lead to greatness. He is a member of Leadership Tulsa Class 41, a Clifton StrengthsFinder Certified Coach, an adult Sunday School teacher, and a volunteer. He has also taught graduate and undergraduate courses since 1993.
Working with clients internally as a Career Development Consultant and externally as a Principal Executive Coach, Charlie has established a reputation for approaching development programs with guiding principles that result in excellence, growth and lasting success.
He listens carefully to identify the needs of the individual and focuses on action steps that bring real results. With strategies that are carefully crafted to meet the participant’s needs with frequent touch points and real-time adjustments, he ensures accountability by establishing concrete goals for coaching clients. In the end, Charlie believes everyone benefits when we are at our best. Knowing, understanding, and applying our talents not only serves our individual needs but also positively impacts those around us.
- The Best of Us Workshop
- Stronger Teams Training
- Strengths Based Strategies for Married Couples
- CSF for the Hourly Employee
- CSF for Student Leadership Teams
- Individual Executive Coaching
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Could consist of a brief meeting to bounce ideas or an in-depth dive to address an area of development which may include a 360-degree assessment. What challenge is holding back your key leaders?