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Executive Coaching: Lincoln Square

The vision that drives Lincoln Square
Neighborhood Center
was born over 100
years ago with the rise of the Settlement
House movement. Lincoln Square Neighborhood Center

Rooted in this tradition, Lincoln Square Neighborhood Center was founded over 60 years ago on the west side of Manhattan.

Their mission is to improve the lives and life prospects of the residents within their community: the greater Lincoln Center neighborhood.

Programs and services are provided to over 2,700 individuals and 1,250 families, from pre-schoolers to senior citizens.

Melanie Schmidt, the new Executive Director of the Lincoln Square Neighborhood Center, recently transitioned from interim to permanent Director, and has been benefiting from executive coaching with Dart Westphal, Senior Associate at the Support Center.

Sessions are focusing on developing strategies and activities to achieve strategic objectives, operational targets and measurable outcomes.

Going forward Ms. Schmidt plans to work with her coach focusing on expanding the organization’s fundraising efforts, strengthening the staff’s commitment to the goals of the Center, solidifying her working relationship with the board of directors and honing her own leadership skills.

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  1. January 17, 2012 at 12:09 am

    In executive coaching there are all sorts of people out there who are Executive Coaches and as you would expect some are very good and others are not.

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