Our Focus Areas
We work with individual clients on a number of personal growth opportunities – from discovering core values and examining and redesigning life to overcoming imposter syndrome and living more authentically.
Our deep expertise in recruiting, training, and employee development makes us uniquely suited to help clients with all things work, including planning career transition, making radical asks, and having difficult conversations.
Organizations engage us to help leaders and emerging leaders provide meaningful feedback, lead change and transition, and practice authentic leadership as well as serve as coaches themselves.
“Tegan is an amazing career coach. She took the time to understand me as well as my learning style to help me succeed. She was open and comforting but gave me tough love and a push when I needed it. She was also there to celebrate the wins that gave me confidence as a person and a professional. She cared about me as a person and took the time to build a relationship that lasts.”KM
When the intersection of life and work could no longer be ignored, Tegan Trovato redesigned her life and leadership approach so she could fully live authentically and with purpose. She now spends her days helping others do the same. As a former award-winning HR executive with extensive experience in recruiting, training, and employee development, Tegan’s clients refer to her as their “secret weapon” when it comes to making radical changes and transitions, asking for big raises and promotions, and developing their leadership prowess.
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