Sean Olson is an executive coach with over 20 years of experience helping individuals and teams reach their full potential and effectiveness. He has worked with officers, directors and senior managers in start-ups to Fortune 500 companies.
As an executive coach, Sean works with individuals and teams from the C-Suite to Managers. His business background and relational skills work effectively in executive coaching that brings results. He works most effectively with individuals and teams that are looking to move rapidly and are ready to put in the work necessary to change.
As a leadership facilitator, Sean delivers workshops on Work Styles, Conflict Management, and Emotional Intelligence. He has also led seminars of Group Coaching and Coaching for Impact.
Sean is a Associate Certified Coach (ACC) with the International Coaching Federation. He is also a Marshall Goldsmith Executive Coaching Stakeholder-Centered Coach. He is on the program committee for the Indianapolis chapter of ICF and the program committee for the ICF Midwest Regional Conference. He has also completed the CoachU Core Competency Program and is completing the Advanced Corporate CoachU program.
Jen Olson has years of experience working with organizations in both the higher education and corporate sectors. She excels in marketing, project management, and event coordination. She has been tasked with recruiting and executing major events in both the professional and higher education realm. She has been acknowledged for her ability to connect people and also train and develop teams for results. Her attention to detail sets her apart.
Jen’s most recent role outside of Renogize was as Senior Marketing Director for Chick-Fil-A . She led her location in 3 consecutive award-winning sales years. Her ability to build a brand and connect with her community has been recognized as one of her biggest strengths.
Through Renogize, Jen serves as CMO and Project Manager of the workshop events. She also consults and coaches on Marketing Strategies, Event Coordination, Volunteer Involvement and Career Transition.
Jen holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from Kentucky Christian University.
Dr. Jaime Goff prior to becoming an executive coach and leadership consultant, had a fourteen-year career in higher education as a professor of Marriage and Family Therapy and an administrator at Abilene Christian University (ACU). Her administrative leadership roles included five years as Chair of the Department of Family Studies; one year as Associate Dean of the Graduate School; and two years as Dean of the College of Graduate and Professional Studies at the university’s Dallas campus. In her role as dean, Dr. Goff led the initiative to launch five new master’s degree programs and two new doctoral programs, resulting in an additional 700 graduate students enrolling at ACU.
In her executive coaching practice, Dr. Goff leverages her leadership experience and advanced education in executive coaching, systems theory, and relationship dynamics to help leaders and organizations succeed. Dr. Goff’s passion is helping female leaders achieve their leadership goals while remaining authentically themselves and positively benefiting their organizations.
Dr. Goff has a Ph.D. in Marriage and Family Therapy from Michigan State University and a Graduate Certificate in Executive Coaching from Southern Methodist University. She has over forty peer-reviewed publications and presentations at national and international conferences.
Keisha Cook has always possessed a drive to partner with others and champion their success. To fulfill this passion, she has focused her career on Employee Development and Career Management. Her desire to evolve and refine her expertise in this field led her to complete the CoachU Core Essentials Program, and she is now a passionate career and executive coach. She collaborates with driven professionals to access their unique strengths and values to ignite immense personal and professional growth.
Keisha's coaching philosophy is based on the idea that true professional success comes from being, not just doing. Her aim is to empower individuals to examine and leverage who they are and who they want to become in order to achieve professional success. Keisha says, “Your career aspirations and approach to business should always align with your personal mission and vision. Considering the percentage of our lives we spend earning a living, that time should be spent doing work that fuels our passion. Doing what energizes and fulfills us not only ensures our success, it allows us to offer our absolute best to others and make a real difference in the world.”
Keisha holds a Bachelor's Degree in Biology/Pre-Medicine from Capital University and a Master’s Degree in Business Psychology from Franklin University.
Margie Beiswanger is a small business coach, training and development consultant, and a certified life coach.
She has over 25 years of professional experience in academia, including organizational design and management, small group facilitation, and training development.
She brings together her vast academic experience and her coaching skills to serve as a passionate advocate of university faculty and staff who are ready to maximize their success through professional and personal growth.
Scott Clifton has been working in the non-profit sector for 30 years helping people discover their leadership potential and moving organizations forward through focusing their talents and strengths. His work has led him to develop leaders both domestically and abroad. The passion to see people recognize who they are and how they can make meaningful contributions to the places they lead and serve has been Scott’s driving force.
Scott is a certified coach mentor through Coachnet and is an Associate Certified Coach (ACC) through the International Coaching Federation. He has leveraged these coaching skills through employee development, small group facilitation and new start ups.
Scott holds a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from the University of Delaware and a Master’s degree from Westminster Theological Seminary
Jennifer Franko brings a solid foundation of 25 years experience in the corporate and consulting sectors. For more than half of her career, she was part of the financial services industry for a regional bank and managed product, marketing, and customer and employee experience programs. With a passion for coaching leaders to self-discover their true potential, she stepped into consulting to make greater impact in her career.
Jennifer has led global manager and leadership development workshops on emotional intelligence, cascading strategic initiatives with relevance, aligning management style to brand and culture, empathy, communication styles, coaching, feedback, delegating, and goal-setting. She has launched strategic employee engagement programs and platforms for performance management, engagement gamification, recognition and feedback, internal brand campaigns, change management, and onboarding enablement.
She believes the most impactful and successful leaders recognize they lead human beings—not human doings. Leaders who understand employee engagement cultivates customer engagement achieve the best possible business outcomes.
Jennifer has a Bachelor’s degree in Interpersonal Communications and is a Prosci Certified Change Practitioner. She is a Chapter Affiliate of the International Coach Federation, Columbus Chartered Chapter, and is certified in the IBM Blue Core Coaching Program.
Andy Fry has been working in a university setting in a professional capacity for over 14 years. He has mentored, guided, and coached students and professionals to help them realize, and strive to achieve, their best versions of themselves. With an expertise in goal setting, he helps his clients identify barriers and assists them in systematically overcoming each one in route to their ideal. The opportunity to serve others and help them become someone they never thought possible is what gives Andy energy.
Andy completed the Coach U Core Essentials program for is formal coach training. In addition to his executive coaching, Andy is a Certified Exercise Physiologist through the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), a Precision Nutrition Level One Coach, and has been a certified personal trainer for over 20 years. He has also coached various levels of track and field for the better part of a decade with his most recent three-year stint as a volunteer sprints and hurdles coach at a Big Ten institution.
Andy holds both a Bachelor's Degree and a Master's Degree in Sport Administration from Ball State University.
If so, email Sean Olson at Sean@renogize.com