Dr. Wendy Shirk is a board certified Executive Coach and Life coach who works with executive level leaders, professionals, and couples who desire to grow to the next level with goal setting, work-life balance and systems that pave the way to better success.
Wendy began her consulting career over 20 years ago while serving as a professor in the Communication and Graduate Business departments of Oral Roberts University (ORU) in Tulsa, Oklahoma. She eventually also served as the Dean of the College of Arts and Cultural Studies at ORU. Wendy found that combining consulting and teaching was energizing and relevant for her as well as her students and faculty; she found that her students and faculty appreciated the real-world examples provided by her. She continues to be remembered as one of the most impactful professors at ORU by countless alumni across the globe.
Host Mindi Linscombe, was one of Wendy’s students at ORU. In this practical and value add episode you will hear why Mindi and her husband Jordan have absolutely loved Wendy’s mentoring and coaching in their lives since 2001. Wendy and Mindi cover topics such as:
The difference between therapy and coaching.
How coaching can accelerate someone/a couple’s life once the roots are dug up & healed by good therapy.
How a person that has experienced trauma or severe abuse, still owns 51% of their corporation
How to be a better spouse /partner and appropriately draw out how your spouse/partner is feeling.
How an extroverted spouse/partner can be aware and encourage their more introverted spouse/partner to speak up and share their thoughts on a more regular basis.
How to resolve conflict in better, practical ways.
The importance of saying what you’re “feeling” first before saying what the other person did to you.
Find out more about Wendy at https://shirkconsulting.com & follow her on Instagram at @shirkconsulting.
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