Strengthen your leadership skills and improve effectiveness with one-on-one, online coaching tailored to your needs.
Leadership Coaching is a process that enables learning, growth and development through a one-on-one relationship between a leadership coach and anyone intending to enhance or improve their leadership skills. This is done by creating a safe space to gain greater self-awareness and understanding of others.
You will be matched with one of our CLOE leadership specialists to begin the coaching process, build an effective working relationship and identify your leadership strengths and needs.
We use assessment data to customize coaching, create a leadership development plan and support your growth as a leader.
Meet your leadership coach for a minimum of six, one-hour sessions on a mutually agreed date and time. Now offered virtually.
If you are a UB Executive MBA alumnus, you may be eligible for five free hours of CLOE leadership coaching.
Contact CLOE at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Executive in Residence, Center for Leadership and Organizational Effectiveness
Stephanie Argentine, JD, MBA, is a certified coach with experience across multiple industries (health care, legal, government, consumer products, global manufacturing, nonprofits, higher education and startups) that she couples with deep people expertise to provide a unique perspective to her coaching engagements, particularly with those seeking to switch careers.
Managing Director of LeaderCORE
Jaimie Falzarano, MA, works with her clients to help build greater self-awareness and develop a broader skillset to lead themselves and others, using a variety of tools including assessments, 360s and behavioral interviews to guide her clients through their development.
President of SkillPoint Consulting and Coaching Certification Program Co-Founder and Facilitator
Marsha King, PhD, is a leadership coach with a focus on improving performance through creating greater self-awareness, understanding of others, creating more effective relationships and managing one’s own emotions and feelings. She helps leaders understand and use more effective behaviors to achieve their goals and inspire greater performance in others.
Aisha K. O’Mally
Clinical Assistant Professor Organization and Human Resources Department
Aisha K. O’Mally, PhD, is a certified leadership coach who takes time to truly get to know each of her clients to help them become more self-aware and motivated to discover their strengths, so they can achieve their professional and personal goals.
Senior Assistant Dean of Alumni Engagement and External Relations
Cynthia Shore, MBA, has spent many years mentoring, coaching and advising professionals, executives and students, and has a genuine interest in developing people through her use of strong listening skills and commitment to confidentiality, resulting in trusting relationships and a safe environment for clients to talk and learn about their strengths, needs and interests.
Clinical Associate Professor Organization and Human Resources
Dorothy Siaw-Asamoah, PhD, is a leadership coach who is passionate about developing people and building bridges between individuals and groups across different cultures. She has a sincere interest in helping people discover their full potential by assisting them to identify and achieve their enhanced best selves.
Executive in Residence, Leadership
Rick Steinberg, PhD, is a leadership coach with 34 years of business experience (including executive-level) in organizational and leadership development and strategic planning, and has coached to develop leaders in a wide range of for-profit, nonprofit and service organizations.
Assistant Dean, Professional and Executive Development
Courtney Walsh, MBA, brings diverse management experience in corporate training and development, international business, sales and marketing, higher education, nonprofit organizations and entertainment, and has coached professionals from a broad range of industries and roles within organizations.