As a former Fortune 500 senior executive, Frank understands exactly what it takes for leaders and managers to overcome challenges and seize opportunities. He applies his business background to coaching high-potential leaders and managers on how to perform at their personal best. Frank partners with clients to turn powerful personal and interpersonal insights into positive action that advances their careers and the missions of their organizations.
Drawing on his broad experience, Frank works with executives and teams across several industries and functional areas. Combining his business background with his coaching experience, he facilitates professional breakthroughs for executives in multiple areas, which have in common a desire for practical outcomes:
Frank’s style is one of compassion and steadfastness. He enjoys seeing his clients achieve their full potential so they can adjust to changing contexts, feel competent, and appreciate the world around them.
Frank held senior positions for several of the most prestigious companies in the world, including JPMorgan Chase, MasterCard Worldwide and Marsh, Inc., and has undergone extensive training in executive coaching and assessment accreditation. His global financial services responsibilities ranged widely, from strategy and operations to technology management and implementation to investment management and marketing.
Having earned an MBA in Finance and Marketing from the University of Chicago, he values different perspectives, seeks information, learns from outside influences, and appreciates the complexity of seemingly simple circumstances. He naturally gravitated to coaching because what he most enjoyed about working was helping his staff succeed and ensuring they felt supported and respected.
Frank and his wife enjoy travel, great restaurants and taking walks. His broad interest in anything automotive goes back to his teen years, when he worked at a gas station. For him, cars are more than transportation – he’s studied their history, their impact on culture and society, and their engineering.