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About DrFelixV

I am passionate about coaching! My motto is “Revealing the Heart of Transformation.” I coach business and religious leaders, and their respective organizations to more quickly discover new pathways that lead to personal and organizational transformation. I bring to my coaching practice a variety of experiences with non-profit corporations and government entities. As a retired senior U.S. Navy officer, I understand the nuances of large organizations as well as the leadership challenges of working with a large workforce. My experience as chief executive officer of a medium size, religious, non-profit allows me to work with the dynamics of leadership, while managing a large group of volunteers. Finally, my work as a coach and consultant with a local city government gives me a unique perspective in helping leaders navigate the intricacies of effecting change in local communities. I am bicultural and bilingual with fluency in Spanish and have worked around the country as well as overseas. This experience allows me to understand diversity and multiculturalism. As a coach I help leaders and organizations discover new ways to achieve success. I am versed in exploring new paths to successfully manage conflict. Coaching Experience: I am a PCC Coach with the International Coach Federation. I am also a coach, mentor coach, and faculty member with Coaching4TodaysLeaders.com and its sister company, Coaching4clergy.com. Education: Bachelor Degree in Biology, University of Puerto Rico Masters of Divinity, Evangelical Seminary of Puerto Rico Masters in Counseling, Princeton Seminary, New Jersey Doctorate of Education (EdD), School of Business, Argosy University, Los Angeles. Certification: Professional Coaching Certification (PCC), International Coach Federation (ICF)

M + V = R = $$$

Sometimes, the math geek in me comes out. For a while, now, I have been talking to religious, non-profits groups about the importance of developing a clear mission and vision. In that process, I came up with the formula: M … Continue reading

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