Kathleen Spike, Senior Coach, MCC
Kathleen Spike began her coaching focus in 1995 and works mostly with business owners, executives, and professional individuals. She was one of the first graduates of The Coaches Training Institute of San Francisco, California in 1995 and holds the organization’s Certified Professional and Personal Coach certificate. The International Coach Foundation recognized Kathleen’s coaching proficiency in 1998 and awarded her its highest designation as a Master Certified Coach, which she still retains. Kathleen co-founded the Portland, Oregon chapter of the Northwest Coaches Association/ICF Coaching Chapter in 1998 and served as one of its first presidents. She holds a BA in Business Management and Communication and operated a successful business for 26 years, prior to beginning her coaching work.
Jerry Zygmuntowicz, Senior Coach, MBA, PCC
Jerry helps executives realize outstanding results by developing their communication skills, emotional intelligence, and authenticity. His clients report breakthroughs in performance, increased personal power, better relationships, and more satisfaction. They value his credible, experience-based guidance and ability to relate to multiple disciplines and organizations.
For over 20 years, Jerry has helped leaders in Fortune 500, Government, and Non-profit organizations navigate and thrive through major challenges and transitions. He helps them develop leadership skills to deal with promotions, reorganizations, team morale issues, and conflict – and build resilience through downsizing, stress, health issues, and personal challenges.
Suzy Driver, Senior Coach
Suzy Driver is a life-long learner, observer, and seeker who brings diverse talents, interests, and skills to the work she engages in with her clients. Uniquely qualified with a background as an expert negotiator, facilitator, mediator, and lawyer, she is also grounded in the practice of coaching those who are eager to grow professionally and personally.
During the past 30 years, Suzy has worked as an attorney representing Indian tribes and the federal government. She has also worked as a negotiator and mediator who resolves natural resource disputes. Additionally, she has been a facilitator of personal and organizational strategic planning processes and a teacher of conflict resolution.
Steve Thorson, MBA
Steve specializes in the development of Leaders, seeking leadership excellence for themselves and organizational health for the organizations they lead. Creating a collaborative environment where individual voices are heard, innovation occurs and accountability exists through a coaching approach to leading. Steve stands in his belief, faith and trust in the outcomes of a coach approach to leading because he knows from personal experience that it works. His invitation to others is to experience and experiment with the approach.
Mike Curtis, Coach
Mike believes there is no greater motivation than what someone designs for themselves. He motivates and inspires his clients with objectivity and a focus on accountability. He excels at working with each person he coaches to define and leverage their unique abilities. He enables clients to explore their talents, achieve their goals and raise their performance.
Mike has been chosen as an executive coach by leaders of many organizations and has guided their development in many functions, strategies, collaboration, and results. He has coached leaders in a wide variety of industries, including government agencies, the automotive industry, tech companies, manufacturing, and Human Resources. He is certified in the Personal Coaching Styles Inventory (PCSI) and uses this assessment with clients to help them recognize how they interact with others and how to identify changes to be most effective in their growth. Mike has successfully coached leaders at companies such as Automatic Data Processing, CDK Global, Bonneville Power Administration, The Department of Interior, Wacom, and others.