"Michelle's coaching at three levels in our organization absolutely raised the overall GPA of my division from a C to a B+ in just a few months. People became stronger, clearer managers and better leaders to drive change." 
-Kathy Kilbourne, CFO/EVP Wells Fargo


Michelle is a sought-after talent who coaches corporate leaders in diverse work settings and challenges. She has now coached over 600 executives and run large-scale consulting engagements in Change Management, Merger Integration, Communication, Employee Engagement, Culture Change and Strategic Planning. She brings invaluable savvy and understanding of the tough realities of business. Michelle is particularly unique in combining her business acumen to drive results with enhancing interpersonal relationships. 

Source: Harvard Business Review, January 2009

"Michelle DeAngelis is an absolute dynamo. In just four coaching sessions, she helped me capture a new sense of purpose and clarity in my business, and encouraged me to find a new sense of confidence in my skills  and my value as a creative professional." - Sally Collings, Ghostwriter, Co-writer, Extreme Editor 


Michelle offers Corporate & Executive Coaching on the following topics:  
  • Executive Leadership Development
  • Accountability
  • Time Management
  • Communication & Influence Skills
  • Executive Presence
  • Change Management
  • Self-Mastery
  • Emotional Intelligence
  • Culture Change
  • Goal Setting
  • Blind Spots
  • Decision Making
  • Conscious Business
  • Clarifying Purpose & Desired Outcomes
  • Difficult Conversations
  • Employee Engagement
  • Improving Interpersonal Relationships at Work
  • Resilience

"Michelle is terrific!  She helped me with Emotional Intelligence.   My EI score was low on the assessment so Michelle walked me through some exercises to understand that being right doesn't make you smart. In fact, focusing on being right is dumb because it ruins relationships.  Then I pieced together that there were many instances in my life where I did things that I thought were “right” – but not helpful.  Being right was costing me things and pushing people away." -Brian Ayers, Executive Chef