Pat Siegel's Coaching Philosophy

 
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Pat Siegel is an executive coach and business consultant working for organizations on Long Island and in the New York City metropolitan area for over twenty-five years. Pat partners with you, following your lead. She helps you gain insights about yourself and your organization, which in turn, can help you work more effectively with greater influence and satisfaction.
 
In her coaching, Pat is a catalyst for change, individualizing her approach according to your situation. By supporting your effort, she can help you build on your strengths and manage your work world, enhancing your professional growth and reputation.
 
Her approach is positive and personalized, and coaching discussions are confidential. Pat encourages her clients to consider all options, allowing them to face and overcome obstacles and setbacks in order to create opportunities for success.

 
Coaching Credentials
 
Pat has an M.A. in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from New York University and a Professional Coaching Certificate from iCoach at the Zicklin School of Business, Baruch College. She also completed The Enneagram in Business Coaching Certificate Program. Both coaching programs are approved by the International Coaching Federation. Pat has a bachelor’s degree from Cornell University and was a faculty member at the New School for seventeen years.
 
Pat is experienced in a number of personality and coaching assessments. She is proficient in 360 interviewing techniques and is certified in Hogan Assessments, Hays Social Emotional Competency, MBTI and Firo-B indicators, and Shadow Coaching.
 
In addition, Pat is a forensic handwriting examiner and provides expert testimony. She is a speaker at national and international conferences, and was interviewed on Good Morning America and Midday Live.

“Pat Siegel is a superb coach. She works dynamically – teaching you to read the work-world you’ve been living in. She individualizes the coaching sessions, so that you come out knowing better how to understand, manage, and even enjoy your working world."
Judith Summerfield, Dean, Queens College, City University of New York
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