Meet Corinne!

ABOUT CORINNE

Corinne Hancock is a globally recognized expert in building world-class leaders, effective teams and cultural diversity, in chaotic environments. With over a decade of international aid and development experience working around the world developing bold leaders, building highly effective teams, conducting medical trainings and directly delivering medical care.

Corinne translates her expertise from working in chaotic environments into REAL RESULTS through EFFECTIVE and INTERACTIVE keynote presentations, corporate training and executive coaching, helping organizations and individuals THRIVE IN CHAOS.

Corinne not only challenges the status quo in international development and relief, but also pushes her own participants to achieve growth beyond their expectations. She has worked on over 50 international projects with leading organizations across for-profit, non-profit and governmental sectors such as US Department of State, USAID, Project C.U.R.E., Newmont Mining, Kinross Gold, BoldLeaders, State Civic Design Team, Raising Malawi, Mountain 2 Mountain, Edge of Seven, Valor Bridge and more.

Corinne was on the front lines, building teams in high-pressure, stressful situations around the globe as the Director of Clinics for Project CURE, and as a contracted State Department leadership coach.  She brought together multi-generational, multi-cultural teams to train leaders, create new community based projects, open hospitals and clinics, and deliver medical care in some of the most remote locations on the planet.

Most recently, Corinne directed leadership and entrepreneurship programs for one of Colorado’s leading edge private schools. Her programs included professional leadership development for the entire teaching and administrative staff, hosting educational workshops for the school community and even teaching leadership and mindfulness classes to middle school aged children.

Corinne studied Human Development and Cultural Anthropology and furthered her education, becoming an ICF Master Certified Coach from I.P.E.C., one of the leading coach training programs in the world.

Frequently Asked Questions

 

Are we a good match?

Coaching is a very personal endeavor and one in which you have complete confidence in your coach. For this reason, I offer a complimentary 30-minute initial “get to know each other” session for all new clients. This is your opportunity to gain further understanding of the process and, well, get to know me. It is also an opportunity for me to assess your needs and our fit and ensure they are both in alignment.

What is the Initial Commitment?

Since coaching is a process that provides benefits over time, I ask that you make a 1-cycle commitment to get started. The majority of my clients, however, continue coaching beyond that point because they find that the positive effects of coaching are well worth the financial and time investment they make. My average client stays for 3 to 6 cycles, and during that time, my clients are able to realize major changes in their lives and make terrific progress on meeting their personal and professional goals. Because you are willing to make the commitment with your time and money, I’m willing to stand behind my coaching and ensure you’re comfortable with your commitment. During your first cycle, if you do not feel like you’re benefiting from coaching to your expectations, I will offer the opportunity to cancel paid-for sessions and refund the money from your unused portion of your cycle. This is my commitment to you that my services truly will transform your life.

Is the Cost of Coaching Tax Deductible?

If our coaching work is focused on supporting your business or your career, then your fees may be tax deductible. Please check this with your tax advisor, and if you need me to, I am glad to supply a monthly invoice for your records.

How is Coaching Different from Consulting?

A consultant is an outside expert hired to find solutions for specific problems. A coach considers the clients the experts and is the conduit that guides them toward discovering their own resources for creating new possibilities.

How is Coaching Different from Counseling?

Counseling centers on the client’s past experiences and how they impact the client’s current life. Coaching focuses on the now and what’s possible by letting the past be the past and understanding that holding on to it affects your future.

How is Coaching Different from Friendship?

Friends are a fantastic resource for opinions and agreement, but they often lack the objectivity required for true breakthroughs. Coaching creates a safe space to explore what’s possible from within yourself while your coach remains objective and free of judgment.

How is Coaching Different from Sports Coaching?

Sports coaching is very much about win/lose. Sports coaches are striving for forced results with direct positive and negative reinforcement. Personal coaching is very much about win/win. The power within yourself creates your victory. Your coach is your champion to help show you the way.

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