From our Clients:

Enabled me to develop my vision.

I greatly enjoyed the leadership coaching. You have a great approach and fantastic ability to get to the heart of the matter and bring out crucial elements of leadership and of success in life in general. Your natural style allowed me see what I already knew existed inside in a crystal clear and concise manner. You showed me ways to dig into my core values and strengths that enabled me to develop my vision for the future of our program and my life. It felt very natural to jump in with both feet and I thoroughly enjoyed the time.

-Frank Scholl, M.D. Pediatric Cardiac Surgeon, Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital

From the Research:

Behavioral changes due to coaching lasted for at least 1 to 2 years following the coaching engagement.

-Thompson, A.D., Jr. (1986). A formative evaluation of an individualized coaching program for business managers and professionals. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis.

Women's Leadership Coaching

Women face nearly all of the issues that men face in a leadership role, however, they often experience these challenges in a different way. By tailoring coaching to women's unique needs, a Legacy coach helps women leaders be more authentic in their leadership. Women's leadership coaching focuses on creating a balance between work and personal lives, increasing exposure in the organization and positioning for promotion, and honing communication and negotiating skills to have maximum impact.


  • Focus on competencies highly relevant to women leaders
  • Navigate unspoken gender expectations in leadership
  • Restore work-life balance
  • Understand the art and importance of self-promotion
  • Maximize leadership strengths
  • Communicate and negotiate with greater impact
  • Effectively utilize personal and leadership power and influence appropriately
  • Safe, confidential environment
  • Increased accountability
  • Goal focused and results oriented


  • Female senior executives in the organization.
  • Female leaders new to an executive role.
  • Leaders who are the only female in their leadership team.
  • Women working in traditionally male-dominated industries role.
  • The first woman in the organization to take over a given role.
  • Women of color in executive leadership roles.
  • Women who want to have a greater impact in their leadership role.

Legacy Alliance also provides:

Physician COACHING

Physicians are often asked to step into leadership roles. They are capable leaders, but sometimes lack the training or exposure to key leadership skills. The transition from practice management to organizational leadership is sometimes difficult and challenging.


In order to establish respect and trust with others, the executive must clearly understand the new environment and culture in which he or she is working, build key relationships, communicate a clear and compelling vision, and know how to align others around their vision.