Anne Conlan, M.Ed., MCC
Anne Conlan is a dynamic coach and trainer who is passionate about helping managers and executives increase their leadership effectiveness. Ms. Conlan brings significant and innovative ideas to professional relationships and organizations for those looking to unleash hidden talent potential in the next chapters of human development.
Anne is a native of Washington, DC and currently resides in the DC area. She gives back to the community through pro bono coaching and has served on the Board of the International Coach Federation’s Metro DC Chapter. She also is a chapter leader for Dining for Women an organization dedicated to transforming lives and eradicating poverty among women and girls in the developing world.
|Areas of Coaching Expertise||Co-Active coaching; working one-on-one and with teams to develop greater effectiveness and fulfillment; strengths-based coaching; leadership development; leadership presence|
|ICF Coaching Credential earned and first year received||MCC|
|Other Coaching Credential Earned and Year Received||Certified Resilient Leadership Trainer and Coach and is also certified as a Team Coach through Team Coaching International and is certified to use the Team Diagnostic Assessment.|
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|Education||Anne holds a master's degree in Education from the University of Maryland|
|Overall Professional Experience||Prior to starting her coaching and training company in 1997, Anne spent fourteen years as a business executive and eight years as an Educator.|
|Partial List of Past and Present Clientele (who received your coaching services)||Ms. Conlan has also provided coaching to several non-profit and community organizations including NeighborWorks America, and HUBCAP Communities of Achievement.|
|Relevant Experience and Expertise in Coaching for the Federal Sector and its Senior Level Executives||Ms. Conlan has been coaching and training for the past 20 years. During this time, Ms. Conlan has coached at many federal agencies such as National Aeronautics Space Administration, Pension Benefit Guarantee Corporation, the National Institutes of Health, the Environmental Protection Agency, Social Security Administration, the Department of Veteran’s Affairs, Department of Agriculture, Millennium Challenge Corporation, Bureau of Labor Statistics, the Institute of Library and Museum Services, the United States Postal Service, the Internal Revenue Services, Office of Personnel Management, the Department of Energy, the National Park Service, the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, the National Security Agency, the Food and Drug Administration and Justice Department.|