Client Testimonials

”[lead] me to question some of my misguided self-assumptions and then helping me to get past them…“

”…worked with me side by side to align my essential priorities and make better use of my strengths.“

”…provided me with tools and realistic approaches on how to structure my own thinking, how to uncover strengths and use them […] extremely useful in achieving my work goals while keeping myself on an even keel.“

”I was able to use the coaching exercises to remain conscious of my emotional state and calm myself down […] and I was able to go home at the end of the day without feeling overwhelmed.“

”…has helped me develop and inspire people in a way that was not possible before.“

Jeff Ghannam of Insight Leadership Development, LLC, is now joining the nonprofit sector from the high-tech industry, where he was at Intel for 11 years. He was working in the Software and Services Group as a software program manager and manager of a team of program managers. Prior to joining Intel, Jeff managed software development teams for over twenty years.

Jeff has spent the last ten years building his coaching skills and achieving his integral coaching certification. Over this period, he has coached numerous Intel managers, taught a number of teambuilding workshops and taught coaching classes, including Foundations for Coaching and Coaching for Excellence. He has earned several awards from Intel for Instructor of the Year for his innovative training and coaching approach.

Coaching Approach

Jeff’s integral coaching approach takes the whole individual into account: mind, body and spirit. Jeff’s coaching is oriented at achieving each individual’s potential. It is also oriented towards balance in one’s life to discover one’s innate priorities and stay focused on those to maximize happiness. We all develop in this world according to our experiences, family background, education, culture, etc. These experiences develop in us a specific world view which by its very nature is limited. It is the function of coaching to widen our perspective, make us aware of our own limitations, and grow past those to new areas of skill and competence.

Education & Certifications

  • University of Massachusetts Lowell
    Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineer
  • Northeastern University
    Coursework towards an MBA
  • New Ventures West Integral Coaching
    Professional Coaching Certificate in August of 2011
  • International Coach Federation
    Associate Certified Coach (ACC) in May of 2016

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