Melissa works with CEOs, senior management, and their teams to develop self-awareness and emotional intelligence so that they can be more effective within their organizations.
Melissa works with CEOs, senior management, and their teams to develop self-awareness and emotional intelligence so that they can be more effective within their organizations.
Melissa works with CEOs, senior management, and their teams to develop self-awareness and emotional intelligence so that they can be more effective within their organizations.

About Melissa

For more than twenty years, Melissa Williams-Gurian has worked as an executive coach and leadership development consultant. Her clients include Fortune 1000 companies and high-level executives and their teams from a wide range of fields, including technology, manufacturing, retail, public education, nonprofit, financial services, and health care.

Her areas of expertise include:

  • One-on-One Coaching
  • Coaching Intact Teams
  • 360-Degree Assessment Surveys
  • Developing High-Performing Teams
  • New Leader and Manager Transitions
  • Team Building
  • Individual and Organizational Branding
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Developing Emotional Intelligence

What do you really believe? What do you truly want? What are you here to do?

“This must-read book teaches critical leadership skills through people stories that keep the pages turning. Readers can use this book to strengthen their self-knowledge and improve communication at work and in the rest of life.”

—Marshall Goldsmith, international bestselling author and editor of thirty-five books, including What Got You Here Won’t Get You There and Triggers

Latest Articles

Keys to Creating Psychological Safety in the Workplace
Keys to Creating Psychological Safety in the Workplace
December 1, 2018
Some teams are more open and creative than others, and they help organizations thrive. In these teams, people share ideas freely, collaborate easily, and support each other's successes and s...
Ban the Phrase: ” I’m Sorry You Feel That Way”
Ban the Phrase: ” I’m Sorry You Feel That Way”
November 11, 2018
Here's a scenario that happens to almost everyone at some point: You need to have a difficult conversation at work, and it’s not easy to speak up. But you do it anyway. “I thought that I was
Giving Priority To Your Values
Giving Priority To Your Values
October 16, 2018
One of the best ways to make a decision you won’t regret is to make sure that you are making it in line with your own values. What is most important to you? The list of values is long: brave