San Diego, CA
Top 5 Strengths
Erin decided to become an executive coach because she wants to help people do what they do best – both at work and in their personal life. Erin has spent her career helping business leaders, managers, and employees improve their performance and effectiveness through personal development workshops and coaching. She worked as a Management Consultant for Gallup, the research and consulting firm known for creating the Clifton StrengthsFinder® assessment and for their work with global public opinion and workplace polling. During her tenure at Gallup, Erin worked with Fortune 500 companies such as Microsoft, Best Buy, Hewlett Packard, Toyota, and Disney to provide training and coaching in the areas of management effectiveness, leadership development, Strengths-based performance management, employee engagement, and talent-based hiring. Erin earned her bachelor’s degree in sociology from the University of California-Santa Barbara and received her MBA from Georgetown University in Washington, D.C.
Erin works with a variety of organizations to provide coaching and facilitation in the areas of Strengths-based performance, leadership development, and team building. Erin is also the founder of StrengthsNetwork San Diego, an association for StrengthsFinder professionals and followers in the Southern California region. She has certified over 500 coaches in the Strengths-based approach, and is also a certified MBTI practitioner.
- Gallup CliftonStrenghts®
- Bachelor’s degree in sociology from the University of California-Santa Barbara
- MBA from Georgetown University in Washington, D.C.
- Certified by the College of Executive Coaching.
Qualcomm, PayPal, LPL Financial, Vistage, Genentech, Cox Communications, Turner Construction, Cricket Wireless, eBay.
“5 out of 5 across the board. Content and delivery were all personalized for the group. Workshop was very informative and useful for me. We all got so much more out of the experience face-to-face than the book alone. Erin has a real mastery of the materials and methodologies she presents. Well done!”