Wynne Miller, MCC

Wynne Miller, MCCWynne Miller is a life-long coach, whose current work includes management and executive coaching, as well as facilitation of team and management retreats.

A pioneer since her earliest days, Wynne's focus is on the cutting edge of leadership and career management issues. She's been called compassionate and tough minded by clients who welcome her candor, quick mind, incisiveness, humor, and "deceptively simple recipe of wit, wisdom, and love." Drawing on many years as an entrepreneur, educator, trainer, manager, and coach, Wynne uses a wide range of styles and a vast toolkit to produce results with her clients. Clients report clarity, confidence, insight, direction, courage, and an ability to change. Wynne has the gift of being present to her clients' needs and provides a safe climate to help them stretch just enough out of their comfort zones to obtain results they are hoping for. As varied as her clients (and their issues) are, the common denominator is that clients uncover the power of their own leadership signature, learning how to enhance their effectiveness while staying true to themselves.

Wynne has been consultant or coach for a variety of large and small organizations, including MetLife, Philips Medical Systems, OneBeacon Insurance, Thomson Financial Services, and Harvard's Kennedy School of Government. Other notable clients include: Digital Equipment Corporation, Polaroid, New Life Spa (Vermont and British Virgin Islands) and the Massachusetts Audubon Society.

Wynne has been honored by the YWCA as a Woman in Achievement in Business and Industry, and is featured in the book, Who We Could Be at Work, in the Butterworth-Heinemann Business Book series. Wynne has been a speaker for organizations, educational institutions, and professional associations, as well as a featured expert on radio and television.

Wynne' affiliations include: International Coach Federation, where she serves as an assessor, accrediting training organizations and institutions; Society for Organizational Learning, Organizational Development Learning Group, and Institute of Noetic Sciences.

A graduate of Brandeis University in Psychology (studying with Abraham Maslow himself), Wynne continued her studies with Boston College School of Management, outplacement training, certification in the Myers- Briggs Type Indicator, family systems theory as applied to business, as well as holistic studies. Her training as a coach includes: Corporate Coach University International, The Coaches Training Institute, The Newfield Network, Thomas Leonard (the late founder of the coaching profession), and an ongoing series of teachers, both traditional and leading edge.  She is a dedicated lifelong learner.