Cary combines deep scientific expertise in the social sciences with extensive C-suite coaching and consulting experience to elevate even the most successful leaders. Cary’s clients describe her as brilliantly insightful, pragmatically blunt, and contagiously positive. She has a knack for knowing which frameworks and resources will profoundly impact her clients. Where others fail, Cary helps her clients activate new awareness and heighten conversational, relational, and emotional capacities.
After a decade of leveraging her expertise in corporate leadership and team dynamics, Carylynn discovered that coaching is about discovery and creating ways for leaders to better understand themselves, their teams and their environment. Carylynn has a PhD in Organizational Psychology and is a Certified Coach (ICF PCC) and a Certified Master Facilitator (INIFAC).
By activating self-awareness and insights, Carylynn helps each of her coaching clients create new ways of operating that are more authentically theirs and, ultimately, more effective for themselves, their team and their company.
Carylynn works with clients to:
- Push the boundaries of innovation
- Influence resistant team members and other stakeholders for effective change
- Build bridges across corporate divides
- Transform reactive tendencies into creative, mindful of one’s actions
- Strengthen communications and relationships
- Reconnect work with passion and purpose
- Stay calm and composed in the most tumultuous and straining of environments
PayPal Inc., Luminar Technologies, eBay Inc., Johnson & Johnson, AstraZeneca, SRAM Corporation, World Bicycle Relief, John Hopkins Applied, Physics Lab, Air Command & Staff College, OPM, FLETC, TSA, SEC, Expeditors, Inc., National Science Foundation, National Nuclear Security, Administration, Department of Defense, Department of Homeland Security, Georgetown University (OCIO), and LocalRoots.
“The greatest thing for me in this coaching engagement was my level of comfort in being able to honestly share my challenges, worries and concerns with Cary. There was never a feeling of judgment or condemnation for the things I shared. Only acknowledgment of it as a challenge, and a feeling of comfort that I was not alone in experiencing these challenges; and that there are clear paths forward despite these challenges. I was always quickly offered thoughtful and kind direction on ideas for solutions, and was quickly offered some tools to use that were extremely helpful and insightful for me to see the change that was possible. I learned more about myself in these past few months as a professional than I have learned over my entire career to this point!”
– Global Leader, SRAM Corporation