Sometimes the most faithful thing to do is to put one foot in front of the other while determining the path forward.
Edward Johnson is an executive level leadership coach and facilitator with over 10 years of leadership development experience in directing organizational change. He specializes in training leaders and helping organizations develop or redefine their vision, mission, and objectives.
Ed previously served as a pastor for a major denomination and through this work learned the intricacies of guiding persons through seasons of both extreme joy and serious trauma and loss. He is adept at helping his clients discover and make changes to help avoid burnout and manage daily stressors. He believes that coaching will help you capitalize on your strengths and gain confidence in your potential. Ed offers a significant understanding of experiencing and being transformed by personal and professional obstacles and is able to walk beside his clients who are at turning points in careers, experiencing communication challenges, facing new responsibilities, or feeling professionally "stuck" and are unsure of the future. He views coaching as a partnership and creative process to help clients maximize their personal and professional potential.
EXPERIENCE & ACHIEVEMENTS
- BA in Business/Economics - Randolph-Macon College
- Master of Divinity and Master of Arts in Christian Education - Union Presbyterian Seminary
- Member of the International Coach Federation (ICF)
- Certified TetraMap® Facilitator - Globally proven learning model using the metaphor of nature while finding strength in valuing differences.
- Certificate in Leadership Coaching for Organizational Well-Being (ACTP) - Executive and Professional Education at George Mason University
AREAS OF SPECIALTY
The nature of our behavior and interactions influences others. One of the questions for us to ponder is in what way do we want to influence our organizations and others?
Faith Based Coaching
Our understandings of who we are in relation to God (Higher Being/Universe) is an intricate part of who we are. This relationship is another source of learning and discovering along our path.
Sometimes we get the exact results we were seeking. However, sometimes those are not the results that we actually need. What are the actual results that we need in order to be authentic to ourselves?