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“I had a great experience with coaching (working with Ann specifically) and would recommend it to most of my friends. It really did help me find some direction and structure and it also helped me learn new skills. I have new goals, new direction and a better understanding of myself and how to be successful on my terms.”

  • I loved the personal assessments that I completed as part of the coaching program. They helped me learn more about myself and my strengths and weaknesses. I've used them in writing cover letters and in setting goals. I generally enjoy this type of thing anyway, but I've found the information in the assessments to be very helpful - in a career context and even in my personal life.
  • Ann's feedback was invaluable and probably the most helpful part of the coaching process for me. I spent a lot of time thinking about my goals and working through the coaching materials. But talking through what I was thinking was really helpful. Ann has a gift for asking the tough questions and identifying the real issues. I signed up for coaching expecting it to focus on my professional life - but what we talked about even helped me in my personal life. Ann's advice and observations really made a difference for me.

R.O.- lawyer

“Ann has a unique way of listening, reflecting and helping her clients find the right answers and solutions/resolutions. I have learned to better communicate and better manage my time. This has helped me gain better work/life balance and be more effective at work and home. Ann will tell you what you need to hear, even if you don't want to hear it. She has a way of asking probing questions and getting to the bottom of things unlike any other facilitator I have worked with.”

L.S – IT Director

“My first meeting with Ann dispelled my fears or ideas about what it meant to work with a coach. Ann has a very unassuming manner and when she wants you to take action that will improve a situation in which you may be involved, she is to the point, leaving you saying to yourself, ‘How simple! Why didn’t I think of that?’

If I had to describe Ann’s uniqueness, I would say it is the genuine concern that expresses for the well-being of the people that she coaches.

The work relationship for which I was recommended to meet with Ann has improved greatly. I now employ time management tips that I use daily – not only in the workplace but in my personal life as well. Also, I am much better at focusing on what I need to do rather than critiquing what others do or do not do.”

J.F. - Lawyer

“Ann Rosser provided executive coaching and mediation services to several of our staff over the course of a year. Ann showed herself to be a perceptive listener and a fearless mediator, willing to raise up and challenge people on issues in a way that held them accountable, and to work with them to create management tools and behavioral changes targeted at correcting shortcomings. Her expectations for what could and could not be accomplished were realistic, and, based on the self-awareness and openness to change of her potential clients, she had the integrity to not over-promise on the likely outcomes of her services. In the end, Ann provided practical, results-focused, cost-effective coaching and interventions that helped staff function more effectively in their roles.”

COO, Non-Profit Association

“I appreciated Ann’s relaxed and calming style. She asked excellent and thoughtful questions and seemed to understand my needs in the moment.

Because of my work with Ann, I am more confident in trusting my instincts and reactions to situations.

If you’re looking for someone to bounce things off of who will ask you good, reflective questions and encourage you to not shy away from something that’s bothering you then I highly recommend Ann Rosser.”

F.B., University Administrator

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