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Lyne Tumlinson
Lyne Tumlinson

What types of people do you typically coach?
Small business and association leaders.

How will clients benefit with you as their coach?
I help small business and association leaders transform managers into leaders and work groups into powerful teams.

What is your professional background?
A Certified Association Executive, I have eight years’ staff experience with the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America. I earned a Master’s Degree from the University of Kansas and studied Psychology, Business, and Russian studies. I hold Certifications from the Coach Training Institute and Reach Personal Branding and am a member of the International Coach Federation.


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Three 30-Minute Coaching Sessions

The Career Coaching service matches individuals with a personal coach--a confidant, champion, and challenger who will help you:
  • Gain personalized guidance through job transitions
  • Prepare and navigate through your annual reviews
  • Leverage your behavioral and professional strengths effectively
  • Diagnose reasons for career dissatisfaction
  • Learn how to take action in networking, interviewing, and taking on new opportunities
With Career Coaching you can:
  • Learn how your behavioral style affects those you work with
  • Build a compelling value proposition for a potential employer
  • Manage change more effectively
  • Overcome hurdles that impede success
  • Sustain professional success and maintain balance
  • Get ongoing support through all phases of your career

Members: $224.00
Non Members: $280.00
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TECC 147: The Best Thing I Ever Did to Advance my Career

In this episode, I am going to share with you the best thing I ever did to advance my career in hopes that it will drive massive growth in your engineering career.  Usually when you look back on your career, you can see a few moves that made a huge impact on your success — I […]

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