With an international track record, Mary B. Simon is known for delivering results and ROI in high stakes circumstances and environments. As one client offered: “She expertly navigates through complexity and cuts to the chase with precision, grace and results for/with the client. Along with this, she brings game changing value across organizational levels. As someone who stands tirelessly committed to ensuring professional value for her clients, her reputation compounds through decades of client accomplishments.” Mary Simon specializes in Executive and Organization Consulting, Coaching and Facilitation. For 2+ decades, she has engendered high trust and consistently created strong impact and excellent return on investment. Through partnering with U.S. based and multinational CEOs, executives, teams and Boards of Directors, she consistently transforms complex challenges into win-win solutions.
In the past five years she has expanded her repertoire of valued solutions to incorporate principles of neuroscience to help her customers navigate transitions. Mary has served as faculty/staff for the MBA and Executive MBA programs at The Wharton School of The University of Pennsylvania, authored a book about negotiation strategies (Negotiate Your Job Offer, A Step-by-Step Guide for a Win-Win Situation) for John Wiley & Sons, NY, NY, and coached senior leaders, executive teams and boards in 16 industries. An international speaker on the topic of neuroscience and negotiation, she is anchored in principles that make transitions possible.
As a coach and a thinking partner, you often help clients who are navigating professional transitions. Whether a new assignment or promotion, a relocation, a lateral move, a demotion or the loss of a job or retirement, each situation stirs up questions about readiness for the new challenges. Change and transition experiences typically heighten emotional responses and stir up predictable anticipation, uncertainty, anxiety, and worry. Even positive professional transition can trigger some of these emotions. With a coach as a thinking partner, the dynamics involved in major change can be named and broken into more manageable parts. Professional transitions can represent unique crossroads and opportunities for individuals who are primed and supported in learning and developing throughout the change process.
Neuroscience, when combined with an understanding of the predictable dynamics during a professional transition, can make transparent what happens in the brain when emotions are charged or heightened. Neuroscience can equip us with keys to unlock the chemistry behind behaviors and offer techniques useful in up-regulating positive reactions and down-regulating negative reactions. In this presentation, I will share a neuroscience informed transition framework, a brief illustration of how the framework can be applied and a recent case study.
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