Vacaville, Ca, US
Pattie Vargas welcomes the opportunity to work with you to strengthen your personal Resilience Factor. Why is this important? Well, face it, change happens. There is no constant but change! And whether its organizational, professional change or personal change the key ingredients in your ability to overcome and thrive are flexibility and adaptability. As a recognized leader in performance and change management with a proven track record in behavioral and organizational change, Pattie can show you how to apply these success strategies in your life.
Patties coaching style is collaborative and facilitative; she believes the solution is generated from within you and her role is to listen to understand; to listen to your perspective and understand where you are coming from. Pattie applies an approach that comes from the inside out instead of the outside in. She wont tell you what to do but she will help you identify the gap between where you are and where youd like to be. Take this opportunity to push the reset button and embrace change as TRANSFORMATION!!
Consider Pattie as your coach if you are:
Facing personal change or transition and could use support, guidance or an attitude adjustment
Leading a change effort for your organization or team
Feeling stuck in your career or personal life
Having trouble in your workspace relationships
A young professional building your career
Pattie holds a graduate degree in Organizational Management and a Bachelors degree in Business Management. She is certified in the use of DISC Behavioral Assessments and is a certified speaker, coach and trainer with the John Maxwell Company. Pattie began her career working in technology companies and holds the Project Management Professional (PMP) certification from Project Management Institute as well as a certification in Total Quality Management and Process Improvement from University of California, San Diego.
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