A Message from Terry:

Attention Engineers Who Dream of More!

Do you still love being an engineer, but want to take it to the next level?

Are you happy with your relationships – personal and professional – and are you happy with yourself?

Do you feel like you are making a meaningful contribution to the world?

Too many engineers answer “No” to questions like these. Too many engineers feel frustrated with the direction their lives and careers have taken. Too many engineers lack the confidence – and skills – to take the next step forward and upward.

Life & Career Coaching for Engineers

We all know and live with the stereotype: insecure, introverted, nerdy, restrained, and narrowly focused – as well as sartorially challenged (pocket protectors, high-water pants, mixed plaids, and all ). As engineers, we are analytical and logical in our thinking, which some interpret as slow, boring, and insular, with little potential for advancement.

However, the reality is, some of the most interesting, funny, creative – and well-dressed – people out there are engineers. Almost everything we see and use was developed by some type of engineer. We are the builders, creators, and fixers. Frankly, the world benefits when we are at our best.

It’s time to accept our role as innovators, movers, and shakers – as the managers and executives who can lead the way to imaginative solutions to complex human problems – rather than solving soulless, abstract technological dilemmas.

It’s time to set aside your calculator and develop effective people skills and leadership tools, with:

  • Improved Communication Skills
  • Learn How to Motivate People
  • Develop Team Building Skills
  • Discover How to Promote Employee Engagement
  • Focus on Positive Thinking and Positivity Training
  • Creative Problem Solving
  • Confidence to Pursue and Excel in New Roles

I believe we can, and should, use our training and skills to continue building a better world, and helping to guide others to do the same, while also finding balance, joy, and happiness in our own professional and personal lives.

That’s where I come in. As a long-time professional engineer myself, as well as America’s Premier Engineer’s Coach, my goal is to help you develop critical leadership skills. Along with the focus, confidence, and clarity of purpose that you will find, my coaching will enable you to move beyond the design table to the management or executive position that will allow you to make a difference, and achieve the professional goals you may have believed were out of reach for an engineer.

Click here to learn more about Leadership and Professional Coaching for Engineers!

For Women… Women engineers face unique challenges in the workplace and in management positions. Click here to learn more about Leadership Coaching for Women Engineers.

Leadership and Professional Coaching for Individuals & Corporations

I also work with companies to improve their management teams, helping individuals transition from technical roles into leaders, which involves very different skill sets. Not only does this reduce the failure rate from promoting engineers who are not quite ready to make the leap to management, it will also save your business time, energy, and money.

Click here to learn more about Leadership and Professional Coaching for Corporations!

Schedule your FREE phone consultation or check out my GET COACHED page to learn exactly how I can support your life and career goals!

Thank you, Terry, for your excellent advice to develop key accomplishment statements for my resume. I knew that I needed to do it, but quantifying the impact of what I thought of as “soft skills” seemed like a daunting task, so I put it off. When I finally did it, the results were both positive and immediate! I was presented with an opportunity for a new job in a different department within my current organization. The final decision-makers only knew me in my current role, and I’m sure it was difficult for them to look past my current job title. However, within 30 minutes of handing my newly-refurbished resume to a key player, the department head requested to meet with me. With my well-defined accomplishments and impact statements, he could clearly see how my skills would add value to his team – and how, in the new role, I would be able to help the company both make money and save money while our industry recovers from a downturn. I got the job! Your advice was on-point, and your encouragement was invaluable.
Melissa E.