Executive Coaching for Minneapolis Companies & Professionals

Executive Coaching to Improve your Career & Leadership Skills

You’re a high achiever, but you may discover that the higher you climb, the tougher it can get. That’s where we come in. Our experts guide you through leadership and team assessments, as well as an industry-tested approach to management that will help you reach your goals — and get your team where it needs to go.

Our executive coaching team in Minneapolis will empower you to face the tough issues and deal with them effectively. We’ll guide you to understanding and clearing obstacles that stand in the way of your progress. So that your team and your business prosper.

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What Our Clients Are Saying


Highly Recommended Executive Coaching and Training

See why we’re a leader in executive coaching for Minneapolis business professionals, and take a look at our customer satisfaction survey. Read what we’ve done for other clients by taking a look at our case studies.

Current Clients are extremely likely to refer a friend or colleague
70%
Clients who say that CO2 Partners was effective in helping them achieve their goals.
82%
Clients who say the experience has been transformational
94%
Benefits of coaching outweighed the cost
99%
Felt C02 coach is/was looking out for client's interest
100%
C02 clients who trusted their coach
100%

Our Executive Coaching Process:

Rather than follow a pre-ordained process, we tailor our executive coaching method to your specific situation, values and expectations. Our executive management coaching process helps Minneapolis professionals make a real impact by deepening key leadership strengths, including:

  • Integrity: Learn to lead in a way that is true to your strengths—a way that feels as natural as breathing.
  • Decisiveness: Take action more quickly; manage your own and your staff’s time more effectively.
  • Curiosity: Ask yourself and your employees the right questions at the right time to maximize productivity and accountability.
  • Creativity: Take what you learn from asking questions to enhance problem solving. Find new meaning in your life and work.
  • Emotional Intelligence: Lead people in your organization with speed and precision to achieve critical business objectives and savor success.
  • Sustainability: Align personal and business goals to minimize stress and maximize the joy of accomplishment.

Don’t let a career plateau stop you from excelling. Trust the most customized, proven executive team coaching Minneapolis has to offer. Trust CO2 Partners.

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Who You’ll Work With

Gary Cohen

Gary is famous for asking; he wrote the book on it. He probes his clients with the only kind of questions that can produce change: unexpected ones. From the client’s answers, this dedicated Minneapolis leadership coach offers not just insights but alternative courses of action.

“There always are several good roads to Rome,” he says. “The key is to identify the one that best fits both your head and heart.” He focuses on the destination–and not the possible curves in the road–for a simple reason: most obstacles are artificial, and the rest are in our heads. “Clear your head,” he believes, “and the obstacles disappear.” This may explain why Gary’s clients call him “eccentric in exactly the right way.” Gary has yet to meet a client who wants to be ordinary, and he helps them enjoy unusual success by employing unusual approaches.

Gary’s Bio  Work We’ve Done with Executives

John Sandahl

John Sandahl specializes in working with executives and senior managers. He brings clients his unique perspective—combining a broad and comprehensive view of the business landscape with his ability to hone in on just the right details.

John’s Bio  Work We’ve Done with Executives

John LeTourneau

John specializes in entrepreneurship, sales and marketing, and expansion in consolidating markets. Prior to becoming an executive coach, John was the national marketing representative of the year for John Wyeth, a Fortune 200 consumer products company. He also operated his own retail grocery business for fifteen years, grew revenue at double-digit rates, and sustained 4% operational nets (1% industry average) while doubling the workforce headcount.

John’s Bio What Work We’ve Done With Executives

Shana Finnegan

Shana Finnegan is known for guiding and engaging established and emerging leaders through an inspiring process of resetting their vision for personal and professional success, realigning their growth curve to achieve the vision, and refreshing beliefs and expectations that empower healthy behaviors and habits. While each coaching engagement is unique, there is one common outcome for all: experiencing joy and fulfillment in the process of growth in both work and life.

Shana’s Bio What Work We’ve Done With Executives

Tom Schlick

Tom Schlick has over 30 years of experience as a customer-focused business operations executive. He is known as a transformational leader, successfully leading organizations through high growth as well as difficult turnaround situations. Tom moves confidently from vision and strategy to tactical development and implementation. He also has the unique ability to build cohesive, high-performing teams that can work cross-functionally in alignment with common goals.

Tom’s Bio What Work We’ve Done With Executives

Mackenzie Doheny

Mackenzie is an executive assistant (EA) with over 17 years of experience working with C-Suite executives, presidents, and founders in the non-profit, private, and public spaces. In addition, she has over 10 years of experience hiring, training, and managing administrative assistants—both to work on her team and to support other executives.

Mackenzie’s Bio What Work We’ve Done With Executives

Carmen Liefeld

Carmen is a new leadership coach who believes in bringing the authentic, vulnerable self to both professional and personal settings.Carmen began her own leadership career working in highly regulated laboratories. The process-driven culture initially informed her leadership style. She relied on processes, standards, and a black-and-white mentality to “lead” people.

Mackenzie’s Bio What Work We’ve Done With Executives

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