Location: Washington D.C.
Language(s): English, French
For more than 12 years, Kate Neville has provided executive coaching and facilitation services to organizational leaders and managers, helping them to increase capacity, leverage potential, and produce results.
Kate brings substantial management and policy experience to her work and has expertise in leadership development, change management communication skills, and conflict resolution. Her work developing strategies, tools, and materials to build skills and communicate concepts in ways audiences can absorb and incorporate into their work has helped numerous organizations and individuals achieve their goals.
She has coached managers and leaders in the areas of performance management, effective communication, leadership presence, and emotional intelligence and has substantial experience facilitating high stakes conversations and meetings. In working with her, clients report heightened confidence in their abilities to surpass expectations, a sense of stability that helps sustain them over time, and new perspective that often has far-reaching ramifications.
Kate has also created and facilitated interactive career development and skill-building programs for managers promoted into organization-wide leadership roles and executives taking on new responsibilities. Topics she has focused on include time management, speaking up effectively, delegating with clarity, delivering constructive feedback, and developing professional relationships.
A graduate of Harvard Law School and Princeton University, Kate’s clients include those who work in prominent law and professional services firms, technology companies, financial services institutions, government contractors, and nonprofit organizations. Kate is a Professional Certified Coach with the International Coach Federation and New Ventures West, and is certified in the Hogan Assessment Suite.
Kate has been published/featured in the Atlantic, the Washington Post, Kiplingers, Thompson Reuters, YahooFinance, Roll Call, Corporate Counsel, and Above The Law. She has also contributed chapters to anthologies such as Developing Talent: A Practical Guide.”