Executive Coach. Speaker & Facilitator. Author.
Tim Stevenson has devoted more than 30 years to developing leaders and organizations. His primary goal is to help people achieve their full potential. After serving as a successful leader for four organizations in the for-profit and nonprofit sectors, he became a certified executive coach through Sherpa Executive Coaching in 2008. In 2014 he was honored by Sherpa Coaching International by being named only the 7th Master Sherpa Executive Coach.
Tim has created and led leadership development programs for several organizations. His coaching clients have included physicians, C-level executives, directors, and managers in a variety of industries, including healthcare, commercial real estate development, relocation services, church and denominational leaders, and supervisors for IBM and the FBI.
Tim is an accomplished public speaker and team facilitator. He has spoken for national corporate meetings on the subjects of leadership and personal effectiveness, developing a corporate culture, and coaching skills for managers. He also leads structured and custom workshops, seminars, and retreats on a variety of applications.
Always active as a writer, Tim publishes his free e-newsletter Leading Insights, with more than 220 articles to date on leadership, managing applications, and personal effectiveness (many of these can be seen on the Articles page). He has also written eleven published books, including BETTER: The Fundamentals of Leadership. Finally, in 2020 Tim co-authored 2 of the 10 Sherpa Coaching Executive Presence series booklets: Acumen and Transparency, both of which can be viewed at www.SherpaCoaching.com.
Based in Dallas-Ft. Worth, Tim works both in person and remotely, with many of his clients hundreds or thousands of miles away. While willing to travel, the coaching process and workshops he leads work equally well on a Zoom platform for companies that prefer a remote contact.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
Tim is a unique combination: wisdom, credibility, presentation; compassion; ability without ego. People seek him out for a reason. — P.M., Executive Coach
Truly enjoyed the whole process. . . . It has helped to bolster my self-confidence and improve productivity ... I understand the importance of telling people they are valued. — E.L., Executive
I am getting better at recognizing when my greatest strength is becoming my weakness. I am making an effort to change how I react, instead of the natural inclination to take responsibility for something. — S.B., Executive