If these questions intrigue you, you might be ready for an executive coach. We at Geodesic Consulting are dedicated to helping successful executives become even more successful. We have a delightfully simple, effective strategy that will help you advance your career and put it on a solid trajectory. Significant results can be achieved in a relatively short period of time (often under 3 months) at a price that won’t break the bank!
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Joe Murphy has been an executive/career coach for over 17 years. He is especially good at helping an executive assess his/her current position and stature, create a clear career path, set challenging goals and objectives, employ the most effective processes and create the kind of teamwork approach that will propel them forward.
Joe has worked with a wide variety of executives over the years, teaches coaching at San Francisco State, has an MBA in organizational development, and is an author and speaker.
Current and former clients include executives from University of California at Berkeley, Kaiser Permanente, The Academy of Sciences, Davis-Polk, Genentech, Heidrick & Struggles, Medical Doctors and Scientists.
George Beckstead has been a college professor, a men's gymnastic coach, an Olympic judge and, most recently, an international federation executive. He has worked with civic leaders, corporate sponsors and business executives from all over the world. This unique experience provides him with unique qualifications for executive coaching. Recently retired from professional teaching, coaching and international judging in athletics, George is now available as an executive coach through Geodesic Consulting.
George is a member of the U.S.A. Gymnastics Hall of Fame and has been honored internationally for his many contributions to athletics. A former gymnast and teacher, George has a distinguished career as a federation executive and has been honored by the Pan American Union, U.S.A. National Judges and Fédération Internationale de Gymnastique (F.I.G.).
George has been a judge for three Olympic Games: Athens (2004), Sydney (2000) and Barcelona (1992). For eleven years he also served as a World Championship judge, three times for the World University Games and three additional times for the Pan American Games. He was inducted into Frank Cumiskey Hall of Fame in 1993, USA Gymnastics Hall of Fame in 2002 and was named a 2003 F.I.G. Brevet Honorary Judge.
Through his long career of service to international gymnastics, George has a unique understanding and appreciation for foreign cultures and global travel. This experience brings rare cross cultural perspective for his work as an executive coaching professional.
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