Professional summary

There is a famous saying that people do not mind change, they just mind being changed. The inconvenient fact is that if a leader wants to create a different future for his or her organization, change begins with them. My real passion is teaching my clients LeadershipFlow through Self Mastery. This mastery is expressed through three systems of action we call:

-Visioning the Future
-Cultivating other Leaders and Teams
-Creating Culture and Expanding Capacity

We are committed to providing leaders with the tools they need to keep pace with change and achieve the success they desire.

I have coached and consulted in multiple industries and sectors:
-Oil and Gas
-Defense Industry
-Small Business


Engagement overview

I work with leaders and organizations to help them achieve change they desire. I walk with the client in their shoes to understand their challenges and help them to become the leaders they need to be.  


• HollyFrontier Corporation
• Stillwater Mining
• The Navajo Tribal Utility Authority
• Lockheed Martin
• Walter Energy
• Murphy Oil
• Chevron
• ConocoPhillips
• Sandia National Laboratories
• Abbot Laboratories
• US Forest Service
• Mosaic Potash
• GE Aviation
• BHP Billiton
• Georgia-Pacific


The answer is in their bodies, to listen they must learn how to teach their bodies to show up as open and wanting to hear. This can be taught and has positive effects on other aspects of their leadership.
Croft Edwards, Master Certified Coach
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Croft didn't just help me; the 125 operators and front-line supervisors at the refinery who reported to me and my supervisors had greater opportunity to succeed. A focus on leadership and relationships created new possibilities for our entire organization.

Regan Howell, Consultant Stancil & Co

During the several years I met with Croft, he always had a pertinent improvement I could implement into my current situation and tailored the wisdom he imparted to me to real issues in my career and life. I credit following his advice to improving several very difficult work situations and for generally improving my knowledge of navigating the interpersonal roads at work.

Michelle Dunbar, Senior Planning Engineer