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Board Member Spotlight - Monica Leggett

Larry Ackerman  | Published on 6/3/2019

This week's featured coach is Monica Leggett, PCC who is the incoming President of our ICF-CT chapter.

Who am I?
Hello! My name is Monica Leggett and I’m excited to be heading into my year as President of ICF Connecticut. At my core I am a relationship builder, a life-long learner and teacher, and a BIG family person. As the seventh of 10 kids, my life has always revolved around people; family, friends, and community. I’ve been married to Steve for almost 39 years, we have 3 great children, and 8 grandchildren (from 3 to 11 years old). If you can’t find me in or around Shelton, you’ll find me with the grandkids in MA or VA or traveling somewhere fun.



What do I do?

I’m on my 3rd act as a professional. I had an educational toy business while my kids were young, growing a multi-level marketing team of over 40 people and helping thousands of parents and teachers (and their children!) After I moved to CT, I went back to school and become a Respiratory Therapist at Bridgeport Hospital for over 10 years. In 2006 I was introduced to coaching and over the next two years completed the Coaches Training Institute with ICF certification, and studied Organization and Relationship Systems coach training. In 2008 I went from helping ICU patients get off a ventilator to helping my coaching clients overcome saboteurs and create life-long habits to achieve their goals. 

I’ve had a wide variety of clients over the past 11 years, from entrepreneurs and managers, to couples getting married or retiring. I teach communication and relationship building to entrepreneurs and in the corporate setting.

What my clients all have in common is a pursuit of personal development and becoming their best self – with awareness, big picture vision, strong relationships and a goal-oriented system to stay focused.
 

What am I passionate about?
Grandbabies, travel, puzzles, and coaching! I love working with individuals, couples and teams, helping them achieve goals, manage stress, and design better relationships. I believe that it takes mindful and proactive inner work in order to see the outer results you want in your life. Change begins with Awareness and ends with Intentional Action. 

I love creating opportunities that facilitate growth in a group setting: workshops, adult education classes, professional training sessions, and speaking for associations or other groups. I have an Amazon eBook entitled, Break Free from the STOP Syndrome overcoming Stress, Tension, Overwhelm, and Procrastination, which will be launched as an online course later this year.

To learn more about me please visit:


www.NewStepsLifeCoaching.com
https://www.facebook.com/NewStepsLifeCoaching/ 
https://www.linkedin.com/in/monicaleggett/

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