Prior to starting her own business, she was a senior executive for a national physician medical association and a Fortune 500 company. Currently working with the George Mason University Leadership Legacy program and the Virginia Commonwealth University Grace Harris Leadership Institute, she has also worked with the Washington College of Law at American University and the University of Richmond Law School.
Adept at recognizing and developing leadership talent, she helps clients deal with current situations and effectively envision their future:
Highly organized and enthusiastic with a positive and motivating style, she is a creative problem solver and communicator. Ann focuses on the specifics of goals– not generalities, the power that attitude holds in success and the importance of self-awareness in becoming a good leader. She is an effective personal sounding board -- responding to concerns and issues with insightful feedback and asking questions to prompt self-examination.
Her executive coaching has been extremely motivating and issues on which faculty have seen tremendous improvement include: personnel situations; effective time management; talent management of staff; work-life balance; the power to say “no”; and more effective communication.
Ann is a credentialed coach (ACC) by the International Coach Federation, a member of the American Society of Training & Development and a certified mediator (Supreme Court of Virginia). She is a former board member of the Northern Virginia Mediation Service, Vice President of the Women Alliance for Financial Education and is a graduate of Leadership Arlington. Finding Resolution is a SWaM certified business.
About Ann Rosser
As a leadership development consultant, certified coach, mediator and facilitator, Ann utilizes her over 20 years of executive experience to improve the performance of organizations and individuals by helping them find the courage to communicate about what they want to change.
“Over the six months I worked with Ann, I was amazed by my personal, professional, and leadership growth. Through her participant-centered approach, I was able to identify my strengths and areas for growth in the ways I made decisions and interacted with others. Her questions and insights enabled me to develop skills and strategies that worked for me. Her individualized approach meant that we always focused on who I am, what my goals are, and the steps I could take to move forward. “ Associate Professor, George Mason University