Edie Willey brings over 20 years’ as an organizational development consultant, leadership development advisor and facilitator, and executive coach to individuals, teams and organizations. Primary focus is on organization-wide culture change; identifying and assessing leadership potential, and optimizing individual, team and enterprise performance through coaching, facilitating and other development programs.
Edie is an expert at the complex dynamics of personal and professional relationships, peak performance in all areas of life and maximizing strengths utilizing a very practical and realistic perspective towards achieving these goals and transforming behavior.
Her professional strengths include but not limited to, individual and team coaching at all organizational levels; designing and implementing solutions to enhance teams and groups performance, communication and collaboration; strategic planning; succession planning; and program evaluations.
Industry experience is diverse and includes healthcare, government, academia, technology, consumer services, and energy in both Fortune 100 and smaller, entrepreneurial organizations.
In addition, Ms. Willey was an adjunct professor for both Grossmont -Cuyamaca College and Pacific College of Oriental Medicine where she taught Statistics, Social Psychology and General Psychology.
In addition to Edie’s corporate work; she has dedicated her life to being of service. She is a mentor for young ladies incarcerated at the Miramar Brig where she taught monthly empowerment workshops to the ladies. She volunteers with Freedom to Choose and visits twice yearly the women and men incarcerated in a CA state penitentiary. She has served as a board member for the Copley YMCA and has served as a board and faculty member for Leap to Success and provided success coaching and facilitation of self-confidence workshops for women experiencing homelessness, incarceration, drug and alcohol rehabilitation and/or domestic abuse. In addition she has designed and facilitated a variety of workshops to local community nonprofit organizations
Masters in Organizational Psychology and Consulting Psychology, California School of Professional Psychology; all but dissertation with a Ph.D in Consulting Psychology, Alliant International University; Masters in Spiritual Psychology, University of Santa Monica; Masters in Spiritual Science and 3rd year doctorate program in Spiritual Science, Peace and Theological Seminary & College of Philosophy.