Professional summary

I get excited helping emerging and transitioning leaders win the careers and fulfillment they want. My work happens when the shift has come - or can be seen coming - but the dust still clouds the air. Working with my data-based, consulting and engineering-based tools, we both begin to see the path Before the air is perfectly clear, enabling moves ahead of the threat or competition.

I've partnered with over 1400 managers from start-ups to Fortune 100 in all industries to clearly see through the cloudy way ahead for themselves or their team. I specialize in high tech, healthcare, consulting, finance, govt/non-profit and transitioning between sectors or industries. See my LinkedIn connections for more industries.

Specialties: Executive transition, leadership com

Engagement overview

100% of engagements come with tools and at least one deliverable.
We will always proceed with the end in mind, whether that's a stand-out, aligned resume/cover, a winning interview performance, an ideal job template, networking or communications plan

Clients

“Staci has fantastic insights into creating high performance teams and leadership. She worked with me to develop the personal skills to tr

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Key clients

A Big 4 senior manager on verge of promotion to partner, and head of a previously fast-growing, top-performing consulting team was at the end of her rope—and just at the time the team had hit a ceiling and cost competition in the market.

“Before we started working together...I was burnt out, exhausted by trying to deal with the leadership structure that I was working in and had lost my confid... Read more

For my clients who've taken interim executive positions a little outside their area of expertise, quickly whether they want it or not becomes apparent. But typically regardless of the answer, they want to do a good, if not great, job.

CEO's have different groups of stakeholders - many of them external to the company, e.g. shareholders, investors, analysts, market makers - and they are great at ... Read more

Dear concerned CEO:

Tricky dilemma. Sounds like you might have a close? relationship with the troubled exec. Have you spoken to them? I'd be curious how much they knew about your replacement efforts and if they have any remorse, regrets, desire to make amends. If they do, then with offering some outplacement and explaining the organization's policy, you should have someone willing to tran... Read more