Executive Coach and Performance Consultant
Blue Heron Talent, Jackson
Vincenza’s passion in life is to help people close the gap between their current reality and their vision of the future; she believes in useful, results-oriented conversations for action. Vincenza is a results-driven Executive Coach and Performance Consultant with a 25+ year proven track record of accomplishment in organizational effectiveness, design and development, as well as strategic planning, management of change, leadership development, and team development.
She currently serves leaders in the manufacturing, healthcare, social media, higher education, and not-for-profit industries. Both individuals and teams benefit because the focus of our work is tailored to their specific needs and current challenges. Together, we co-create a future that’s worth living into!
Vincenza has spent much of her career in senior level positions in large organizations. In her consulting practice and in partnership with other successful consulting firms, she has engaged a diverse set of clients with a wide range of organizational transformation and leadership development initiatives. Ford Motor Company (Insignia Training), Robert Bosch Corporation (MetaDynamics), the University of Michigan (Bridgeport), Michigan Medicine (Medical School), Jackson National Life, and Ignite Social Media have all benefitted from my experience and expertise.
She has a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Michigan-Dearborn, and a Master’s Degree in Leadership & Artistry from the Graduate Theological Foundation in South Bend, Indiana.
Vincenza has studied and holds certifications in a variety of methods, assessments and tools: Results Coaching and Conversational Intelligence Coaching (both methodologies being brain-based and scientifically supported approaches to insight and action); Gallup’s Strengths Based Leadership, Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), Emotional & Social Competence Inventory, VitalSmart’s Crucial Conversations, Patrick Lencioni’s Five Characteristics of High-Performance Teams, and Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Modes.