"Working with Nancy was a breath of fresh air and truly helped me navigate a personally and professionally challenging time in my life with newfound insight and confidence. Her style is calming and reassuring, born out of long-time experience. With active listening, caring feedback, curated exercises, art, and metaphor
Nancy Hardaway is a caring and curious listener, skilled at focusing on the big picture, while holding the details gently. Described by one client as “Kung-fu Panda,” she combines a warm and engaging personality with a rigorous and demanding approach. She is able to simultaneously hold business realities while creating supportive individual relationships. She is passionate and curious about how people learn and work best. She is skilled at creating the container in which good work and good fun can occur.
Nancy Hardaway combines her years of business experience with advanced training in organizational development, neuroscience, coaching, consulting, and psychology to be a highly skilled and effective work partner. She is a long-term meditator, and student of mindfulness.
As a successful leader in the corporate world and an entrepreneur, she has created, rescued, and grown organizations, facilitating strategic change and developing individuals and communities of thinkers and do-ers. She served as CEO of the Gestalt International Study Center, as Executive Vice President of CCBT Financial Companies, and founded The Property Shop and Sterling Tern Realty Trust.
She holds a BA from Tufts University and an MEd from Harvard University, Coaching Certification from GISC and from the International Coaching Federation, and a Certificate in Neuroleadership, as well as extensive training in deep listening and resilience. She has taught leadership development and coaching in academic, healthcare, and business settings.
She is a founding board member of the International Neuropalliative Care Society.
She is author of The Awareness Paradigm, A Story of Leadership Success.
She expects the best from herself and wants the best for you. She has stood in your shoes and knows what it’s like to be a leader. She also knows the pain of life passages, having lost her husband to Multiple System Atrophy four years ago after having been his primary carepartner for two years.
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