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Coaching Programs

Nancy Peterson

CEO, HomeStars, a division of IAC

"Every person on my management team gave Judy glowing reviews. She's approachable, insightful and has had a lasting impact on their career development."


Expansive Leadership

Coaching Pillars


Create and operate from an expansive state of being. Experience openness, calm and clarity


Live in a world of uncertainty and ambiguity and still have the capacity to make quality decisions

System Leadership

Identify the underlying systems and structures that are adversely affecting the business as a whole

Consistent Practice

Commit to leadership as a practice.

Build a supportive network of likeminded leaders.

What Does it feel like to be an Expansive Leader?

Pretty damn great.

Expansive Leaders aren't only high performing, they are confident, energized and inspiring. Their teams are focused, trusting and collaborative. Issues arise sooner. Problem solving is more effective. Implementation is accelerated.

Using the Unstuck Leader Framework to guide our exploration, by the end of our time together, you and your organization will be faster moving, more creative and more competitive.

26 Week

Expansive Leader Program

Best for: Directors, VPs

Goal: Help highly capable employees get out of their own way so they can perform at their full potential.

Sometimes even the best employees can have patterns of belief and behavior that limit potential, stunt progress and derail careers.

Together, over a 26 week period, we will zoom in on these maladaptive patterns and build strategies to eliminate them.

52 Week

innovator intensive Program

Best for: VPs, C-Suite, CEOs

Goal: Learn not only how to do the things that great leaders do, but also how to become the kind of person who does the things that great leaders do.

Innovation is born not of the heroics of a singular leader, but rather of the interconnectedness of people and the ideas within complex systems. This phenomenon is known as "emergence".

Over a 52-week period, learn to sense and enable emergence through authentic understanding of self, others and the maladaptive systems at play in the organization.

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