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Heather Stagl

 

Heather Stagl

As founder and Organization Transformation Coach at Enclaria LLC, Heather Stagl partners with individuals to equip them to lead organizational change. She recently co-authored and published Pinpoint Communication: Plan to Avoid Scattershot Change a workbook and templates for developing a detailed plan for communicating change initiatives, which is focused on getting a consistent and concise message to the right people using effective channels at the appropriate time.

Previously, she facilitated an extensive training program on strategy execution at Balanced Scorecard Collaborative, and earlier spent three years as the Director of Organizational Effectiveness at a mid-size food products manufacturer. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering from Northwestern University and an MBA in Leadership and Change Management from DePaul University. Heather completed coaching training at The Coaches Training Institute.


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“Heather Stagl is a natural at coaching. Her active listening style allows clients to find their own way. Heather’s coaching has helped me be more authentic and purposeful as a leader. I am highly recommending her to my entire network!”• Kenny McMahon (client)

“Heather has been a tremendous help in helping me clearly identify what is important and then plotting a course to achieve it. Her ability to listen critically and provide honest feedback has helped me to be honest with myself and my colleagues. She has a non intrusive approach that I truly appreciate as I am able to identify and articulate my challenges and opportunities quickly. A true coach – helping me realize my full potential!”• Adil Khalfan (client)

“The coaching services offered by Heather Stagl are first-rate. Heather works with you to carefully build a dialogue constructed to identify and zero-in on goals, fears, and strategies – both personal and professional. Her coaching techniques demand self-reflection and careful analysis of your own decisions, choices and beliefs.”• Brooke Phillips (colleague)