Demi has coached executives and worked with leaders and board members across diverse industries and to include healthcare, technology, retail, logistics, manufacturing, security and transportation. She has led the operations of Human Resources and People initiatives to include organizational development, change management, project management, workforce management, M&A, talent management and strategic planning. Her background has given her the experience and relatability to effectively coach leaders at many career levels. Demi has been recognized by her clients and leaders as energetic, engaging, and for creating collaborative and productive work environments that promotes the value and business objectives of organizations. In addition to quickly assessing opportunities, identifying gaps and creating roadmaps for individual and organizational success. Demi has the ability to establish frameworks aimed to improve communications across all levels during adverse and disruptive times. Demi’s key focuses and areas of concentration includes workplace culture and engagement, neuropsychology, motivational drivers, measuring success through metrics, process improvement, and professional and leadership development.
I enjoy international travel, reading, researching, working out, watching movies with my family, and designing of any kind.
I like Thai, Sea Bass, Private Selection Slow Roasted Pecans with Sea Salt, Oatmeal, carb-light fish tacos, avocados, and most sugar-free selections
I enjoy listening to R&B, Jazz, classical, alternative and hip hop music
I love all things thriller, suspense and horror. And a good action movie is great if it’s sustained throughout the film.
Intuitive, affirming, and an advocate.
The Last of Us, The Last Kingdom, and any show on HGTV
I read a lot and love all things John Maxwell, Stephen Covey, Jim Collins, Ken Blanchard, James Patterson, and Carol Dweck’s Mindset.
“The only way to do great work is to love what you do.”
Who understands they have the potential and ability to be successful in their pursuit to develop themselves, and their team.
There are many, but I would have to say the first highlight looking back would be authoring my first leadership and employee engagement book, and secondly, developing coaching framework for leaders.
That I am highly intuitive, and I am an instinctive problem solver.
“Treat others as you want to be treated.” The Golden Rule.
Influencing and affirming self-actualization and professional development of leaders and aspiring professionals through developmental paths aimed to achieve their goals and acquire their version of success.