Get to Know Jeff Nally
I help leaders and teams who are experiencing significant change, uncertainty, and ever-increasing expectations to get clear in their thinking, generate insights, and take action on new ideas to achieve results they never thought possible.
When it’s time to get out of your comfort zone, I make it easy to create a new comfort zone.
My clients are typically experiencing
- Uncertainty because the decisions and actions that helped them achieve success in the past aren’t the same ones that will help them get success in the future.
- Challenges keeping people engaged with their work, each other, and the organization.
- Confusion over conflicting leadership theories and models, hoping that the next one will solve all their problems.
What I do is to
- Coach them with powerful questions that spark new thinking and insights so they can be certain, confident, and clear in their decisions and actions
- Create expert neuroscience applications so they can improve the way they engage, interact, and influence each other
- Take the mystery out of leadership and team effectiveness by creating simple, reliable solutions based on the science of how our brains operate.
It’s not rocket science. It’s just brain science. And I make it easy for you to get the results you want with your brain in mind.
Latest Blog Posts
(Part 4 of a 4-part series) In the first three articles of this series, I shared how to engage corporate skeptics in coaching. In this fourth article, I examine how to approach mindfulness with hesitant executives. “I’m the Smartest Person in the Room. Why Do I Need...read more
The Power of Brain-Based Questions When All Executives Want Are Answers: How Neuroscience Wins Over Corporate Skeptics
(Part 3 of a 4-part series) In the first two articles in this series, I shared how to engage corporate skeptics in coaching. In this third article, I examine the power of brain-based questions to engage executives in coaching. “I’m Successful Because I’m a Leader Who...read more
(Part 2 of a 4-part series) In the first article in this series, I shared how a brain-based approach to coaching can win over corporate skeptics. In this second article, I examine the resistance and ultimate connection that skeptical executives can create with their...read more