I transform organization leaders into effective change agents who develop cohesive teams and deliver impressive collective results. My custom approach saves companies an average of $2 to $5 million dollars when complex global transformation efforts succeed the first time.
Through my consulting company Michael Nagle Consulting Group, founded in 2001, I have more than 60 change consulting journeys including 5 multi-year organization transformations for high-profile biotech and pharmaceutical company. When 7 out of 10 organization change efforts by others fail, my success rate has been 100% (5 for 5) for complex global organization transformations.
Acknowledged as being in the top 2% of highly effective leaders (Leadership Circle 360 Profile results), my mission is not only to accelerate bottom-line results and create sustainable change for organizations, but also to motivate and inspire leaders to be highly effective thru self mastery.
I do this through my ability to create a safe space to ‘go deep’ and uncover assumptions and slay fears. My own fearless courage and authenticity (coaching with backbone and heart) role models desired behaviors while balancing support, engagement, and growth challenges.
No wonder I have become a trusted change advisor for global transformation projects. My ability as an inspiring and transformational executive coach with individuals and leadership teams is well known. Some of my accolades include ‘amazing coach’, ‘great coach’, and ‘far and away the best!’
With a Master’s of Science degree in Organization Development from American University in partnership with National Training Laboratories, my foundation of individual, team, and systems knowledge is comprehensive and pragmatic.
Recognizing the importance of fine-tuning my skills, I have earned the following certifications:
I am also a yogi, snowboarder, mountain biker, grouse hunter (achieved North American Grouse Grand Slam in 2012), and diver. I believe in the power of meditation, exercise, good nutrition, and sleep to counter the stresses of everyday life.
Your present circumstances don’t determine where you can go, they merely determine where you can start.
~ Nido Qubein