Professional Coach, United States
Jayme has two decades of experience working with teams and executives at the C-suite and management levels to assess business challenges, target areas for improvement, and create reasonable solutions, while focusing on organization development and executive coaching.
Jayme’s background includes building teams, creating development opportunities, supporting executives, improving communication, developing culture, and enhancing organizational effectiveness. She has worked with publicly-traded corporations, higher education institutions, IT and high-tech organizations, non-profits, and in a variety of healthcare and public service settings. These include Harvard University, MIT Sloan School of Management, Boston College, Partner’s Healthcare, Brigham & Women’s Hospital, Planet Fitness, Digitas, Dassault Systemes, Alzheimer’s Association, Planned Parenthood, National Grid, Massachusetts State Department, among others.
Outside of work Jayme is focused on supporting her three teenage children and building bridges within her community. She is extraordinarily well balanced with her work and non-work activities and supports causes such as mental health awareness, hunger prevention, and the protection of human rights. Jayme loves to spend time reading, biking, cooking, and engaging with family and friends.
Experience and qualifications
Jayme holds a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) credential from the International Coach Federation and is a Certified Executive Coach from the Center for Executive Coaching. She is also highly engaged in World Business & Executive Coach Summit (WBECS) programs which draw from broader social sciences and contemporary fields such as design thinking to provide a truly systemic approach to behavior change.
Jayme has worked with DISC, MBTI, Strengths Finder, TKI, Social Styles, Hogan Personality Assessment, Denison Culture Survey, Profiles XT, Leadership x360, as well as several different coaching models. She has an undergraduate degree in Psychology from Boston University, a Master’s degree in Business Administration (MBA) from the New England College of Business, and a Master Human Capital Strategist designation from the Human Capital Institute in Washington, D.C.
Approach to coaching
Jayme holds coachees accountable to themselves and views the process as a learning that can be applied to personal or professional situations. She helps clients to: develop self-awareness, reflect before speaking or acting, and modify behaviors to create new ways of being.
“Working with Jayme as a coach has helped me to change the way I think about my leadership. She has encouraged me to pause, reflect, and redirect whenever necessary, in order to process information. I can tell that Jayme works hard to hold me accountable and seek out the right path, not just the one in front of me. Jayme is a great coach and knows what questions to ask so that I will push myself outside of my comfort zone and towards the best choice for the organization. Jayme’s coaching has made me a stronger person, a better leader, and even a more patient parent to my kids.”
Executive from a “100 fastest growing companies” in the U.S.