Frances McIntosh PCC RDN LDN CDTLF

Frances McIntosh PCC RDN LDN CDTLF

Michelle Blumenfeld PCC MSW CDTLF

Michelle Blumenfeld PCC MSW CDTLF

Starting in the ‘oil capital of Europe’ - Aberdeen, Scotland - Frances McIntosh learned that, within organizations the greatest impact to corporate success and a healthy culture was the ability to have tough conversations. A leader in her early 20’s at BP - feedback and team collaboration were the forefront of successful communication onshore and offshore.

Frances is a Certified Dare to Lead™ Facilitator working across diverse industries, providing workshops and coaching. She focuses on developing courage-building skills, and teaching individuals and teams how to move from armored leadership to daring leadership.

Frances has partnered with executives, managers, and front-line employees in healthcare, retail, energy, transport, higher education, non-profit, agriculture, design, and engineering.

She has years of executive coaching experience and owns a leadership, organizational development, and executive coaching firm in Louisiana.

Frances is a regular Forbes contributor of written articles, educational videos, and podcast content. A speaker, and executive coach.

 

Michelle has coached and trained hundreds of executives, business leaders and teams. She has years of executive coaching experience and owns a leadership development and executive coaching firm in Texas. Her high-profile clients include executives, managers and technical professionals from small and private businesses to publicly traded, global Fortune 500 companies. Michelle is a Certified Dare to Lead™ Facilitator working across diverse industries, providing workshops and coaching. She focuses on developing courage-building skills, and teaching individuals and teams how to move from armored leadership to daring leadership.

Michelle has been a regular mass media contributor – newspaper, magazines, and television; an expert in leadership and emotional intelligence. Her philosophy is that people should feel and be their authentic self at work, home, and every arena of their lives. And not change their persona to ‘fit in.’