Sandi Stewart '87

Sandi Stewart '87
Consumer Products
Specialty : 
Job Search Strategy
Leadership Development
Training and Certifications: 
CC, Professional Certified Coach, International Coach Federation; Certified Analyst & Licensed Distributor, Target Training International TTI Insights; Certified in Leadership Circle Profile™ for teams and individuals
Colgate University – BA, Psychology & French; Columbia Business School - MBA, 1987
Differences in Personal and Executive Coaching

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Ideal Client: Leaders at every level. I work on career development, leadership development, and career change.

Sandi Stewart is an executive coach and consultant with over 20 years of organizational experience. She works with C-suite officers, executives, managers, and entrepreneurs, in catalyzing their work and their teams, and assisting with planning and implementing change in their organizations. She has worked with public, non-profit, and private sector organizations, including Lockheed Martin, Petco, Ernst & Young, Cemex, Comcast, PBS, Fannie Mae, U.S. Department of Commerce, China Institute, Federal Reserve Board, Brookings, WETA, and National Geographic.

Sandi coaches teams, senior, and high-potential executives in leadership and personal development. An executive coach since 1999, and an Adjunct Professor of Leadership Development at the Robert H. Smith School of Business, Sandi uses management and life balance tools, assessments, and best-practice literature to complement her coaching. Additionally, she teaches coaching for an ICF accredited training program at American University in Washington D.C.

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