Scaling Up Coaching

Scaling-Up® Implementation

My primary methodology is based on Scaling-Up, by Verne Harnish (Founder of the Entrepreneur's Organization). Scaling-Up is designed for company performance by focusing on the Four Decisions® methodology, of People, Strategy, Execution and Cash. These feed into a One-Page Strategic Plan which is used by more than 70,000 companies from around the globe. Companies hire me to teach them how to adopt this way of working on their businesses. As a entrepreneur, I've seen these practices work in my own companies. 

While I'm open to coaching just about any team, I'm particularly versed and interested in working with remote teams. I believe the tools of Scaling Up are fantastic at bringing remote teams together and removing unnecessary meeting. 

  • Initial Call / Fit Assessment
  • Background Work and Prep 
  • Group Coaching Sessions

À La Carte Team Options

These options are for teams that want to build trust, get past sticking points and grow as a team unit. Each option is approximately 2 to 3 hours. 

Johari Windows

Team members share from three categories; what is known to the group, the individual, and what is known to all. The exercise helps to highlight new perspectives for all the take part. 


Great for high-functioning teams that want to get past long-held sticking points. Requires a team that has high-trust and can be frank and respectful about discussions. 

Executive Coaching

Let me work with your team on a one-on-one basis to help improve team communication and execution. This can look like a weekly or monthly call to identify challenges and break them down to be actionable points of growth and achievement. I have experience working with remote teams. Since 2009, I've had the privilege of coaching hundreds of companies in leadership roles to help them achieve their goals and grow their businesses.

(Currently not taking new clients)

Entrepreneurial Peer-Group

As Chapter President, Forum Chair and Recruitment Chair within the Entrepreneur Organization I learned invaluable techniques for supporting entrepreneurs. If you aren't a member of EO, I encourage you to join it. When I left EO in 2017, I started a virtual peer-group, The 150, for those who either didn't qualify for EO, EO Alumni or those members looking for something a bit different. If you are looking for an entrepreneurial community and find merit in the virtual version of that, then please check out The 150.