Boston, MA (PressExposure) July 16, 2008 -- Readers of Womenâs Business Boston, a monthly newspaper published by the Boston Herald, named Newton resident Tammy Gooler Loeb, President of Growth Through Change, one of the regionâs Top Ten Executive Coaches in its July 2008 edition. Womenâs Business Boston has an audience of 25,000 in Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Rhode Island, and is the only regional publication serving senior executive women and women entrepreneurs.
One reader described Gooler-Loebâs coaching style like this:
âTammy is in tune! Working with Tammy on my current job search has helped to set my search bar higher. She listens, she suggests, she understands and gently directs her clients in a most appropriate and guiding manner. Tammy demands my best work and pulls the work out of me, because she knows I have it in me. She massages the best I have to give out of the core of my creative and intellectual being.â
â Denise Joseph, Administrator, Dept. of Health and Human Services, Newton City Hall
Tammy Gooler Loeb has coached hundreds of executives, managers, team leaders, business owners, and individuals, working in a myriad of industries, to achieve their highest professional success, and find balance and fulfillment in their lives. âIn unstable economic times,, people are filled with uncertainty, especially about their careers. Working with a coach can provide clarity and substance to the process of finding stability and satisfaction in a personâs work life and contribute immensely to the productivity of organizationsâ says Tammy.
Tammy is certified through the Coaches Training Institute as a Professional Co-Active Coach and a graduate of the year-long intensive Co-Active Leadership Program. In addition to her extensive experience and training, Tammyâs M.B.A. from Boston University and B.A. in Psychology from Hampshire College, have helped her develop the dynamic process she employs.. Tammy can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-641-0938 for more information on her services.