What our clients say:
“With your style of active listening and probing questions, it did not take long for you to provide insight into how I could prioritize projects. I was able to realize that I needed to tuck away all other plan/projects and focus solely on my top three. All in all an excellent experience that I highly recommend any business owner, but especially those with an entrepreneurial streak, take the time to work with you. Tremendous value.
– Wayne Akey, CEO, Agile Payments
“I’ve been coached by Jim many times, and left each session with a sense of direction and sharper clarity. Though I was a bit skeptical at first, I’ve come to appreciate the power of coaching sessions. They have awakened a deeper level of thought and sometimes emotion, helping me overcome perceived barriers to success and happiness. Jim provides a safe environment, free of judgment with assurance that conversations are kept in strict confidence. Whenever I am feeling stuck in a situation or uncertain about what I should do next, I can rely on Jim’s support to help move the needle forward.”
– Dina Blasi, Senior Marketing Communications Professional Creating Value for the SAP Partner Community
Jim Kofalt has over 30 years' experience in the technology business, with roles in product strategy, business development, marketing, accounting & financial management. He has served in senior roles within Microsoft and SAP. In addition to his diverse range of business roles, Jim has served on the boards of numerous non-profit groups, and is a member of Toastmasters International.
Jim has a bachelor's degree from Georgetown University and a Masters in Business Administration from Syracuse University's Whitman School of Management.
Jim received his professional coach training from Erickson Coaching International.
Click here to contact Jim via e-mail, or call us at 603-769-2130.
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