Leadership Coach Josh
Josh is a former CFO at a prestigious New York Hedge fund with over 30 years of experience leading successful teams. Prior to that he worked in public accounting, and then as a financial analyst at Goldman Sachs.
Josh decided to become a coach to help other leaders, particularly in the financial services space, improve their leadership skills, emotional intelligence, and mindset in order to push the boundaries of their success. Josh believes that the most effective leaders recognize the important of creating an environment in which all team members feel inspired to do their best work, and he is passionate about helping them do so.
He has a BS from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
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What clients are saying
"Working with Josh was one of the best decisions of my career. When I started working with Josh, I had been working in the financial industry for over 15 years. I was burnt out and needing a change. With Josh’s help, I was able to gain the confidence to take the plunge to entrepreneurship. I have never been happier and more fulfilled. Thank you, Josh!"
- Former Consultant, Big Four Accounting Firm
Why 1:1 coaching?
1:1 coaching is ideal for those leaders who want to push the boundaries of their success by elevating their impact and expanding their influence.
Some of the topics we can explore include:
Identify incentives that encourage desired behaviors
Communicate more effectively, both orally and in writing
Enhance relationships, both inside and outside your organization
Overcome roadblocks to completion of a goal or project
Build self-confidence and improve resilience
Establish productive habits (and eliminate unproductive ones)
Successfully navigate organizational change
Give (and be receptive to) candid feedback
Senior Advisor, Chief Financial Officer
at Elliott Management Corporation
at Goldman Sachs
ICF approved Coach via Coach Training Alliance
High Impact Leadership Executive Education Program
at Columbia University
at Grant Thornton
B.S. Economics, Accounting, Entrepreneurial Management
from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania