This is for the person who desires the most tailored experience coaching can offer. We start with a free consultation to determine if I am the right coach for you. If it feels right, we will schedule the first session, the intake session, so I can learn everything that is working for you – and what is not. Individual, or 1:1, coaching is done via Zoom. Clients from around the world work with me as there are few people with the array of skills and situations I coach around – so I have been virtual for two decades now in order to accommodate everyone.
Coaching starts with a 10-week series and most clients continue beyond that to address additional issues as they arise. This is up to the client. There is science behind this time frame: it takes, on average, 66 days to develop a new habit – so in order for change to settle in, we need to give it a fair chance. Hence – we start with a 10 week series.
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Why work with Coach Juli?
Juli Shulem, M.S., PCC, CPC – has been a Productivity Coach and Consultant for over three decades. She has written books and blogs on all aspects of productivity in addition to having her own columns in both print and online publications. She has been coaching leaders from companies, such as; Capital One, Visa, Chevron, Bayer, Ball Corporation, Intuit, SalesForce, Amazon, Facebook, LogMeIn, Seimans, Warner Bros., Capital One, Google, and Fidelity – to name a few. Leaders use her guidance and tools to improve their ability to level up and improve their position and influence. Juli has helped thousands in her workshops, presentations, and with her 1:1 coaching to improve their skill set to positively affect multiple areas of their lives.
Coach Juli Shulem, M.S, PCC, CPC is a member of the ICF (International Coaching Federation), ICF GA (Georgia Chapter of ICF), ACO (ADHD Coaches Organization), and was previously a long-standing Golden Circle member of NAPO (National Association of Professional Organizers) as well as NSA (National Speaker’s Association), and NAPW (National Association of Professional Women) among others.