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There is no way we can adequately say "thank you" for all the help, guidance, consultation, advice, consolation, and old fashioned hard work you've done for us! We've come a long way these past ten months. You have been our guide.

--Organization CEO


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Lunell is a confidential coach who is experienced with complex professional and ethical situations. Lunell provides

  • A private, straightforward, time and role specific relationship to help you get out of your own way.
  • Clear, specific help to improve career and work effectiveness.
  • Focused goals, useful strategies, accountability and feedback.
  • Leadership development – transitioning from thinking and working on behalf of a department to working on behalf of the organization.
  • Thinking strategies so clients add value to their organizations.
  • Activities to focus organizational energy.
  • Exploration of different leadership styles and the different types of individuals and situations they work well with.
  • Decision making to identify what to do yourself and what to outsource.
  • Guidance in determining when to postpone implementing change.


For me this was tremendous!

Thanks for many good weeks of your time and yourself - you create a learning environment by staying very personal.
--Agency Director

Very enlightening - I have learned a lot and have been able to apply everything I've learned. Thank you.

Keep on doing this entire program - it was a wonderful experience for me.

Thanks again for talking with me last week. Things always seem better afterward. I've always thought managers could use a "Sidney." In the TV series M.A.S.H., there was a psychiatrist named Sidney who would come occasionally to visit with the doctors. He always managed to put things in perspective for them. I think you could fill that role nicely. So thanks again.
--Library Director


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