Dawn C. Reid Ph.D.

Dr. "Coach Dawn" Reid is the CEO and founder of Reid Ready Life Coaching. She is a credentialed International Coaching Federation (ICF) coach. She is also a Certified Mindfulness Trainer. Dr. Reid coaches women entrepreneurs across generations, sexual orientations, and ethnicities who want to identify their power, move forward in their careers and relationship, or reboot their lives and create work-life-self harmony. Some of the topics she coaches on include, but aren't limited to:

  • Finding work-life harmony
  • Identifying career strategies
  • Building self-esteem and confidence
  • Achieving clear goals
  • Improving public speaking
  • Overcoming fear
  • Defining strengths and overcoming weaknesses
  • Developing coaching skills (for personal or professional use)
  • Leveraging resources and opportunities
  • Living authentically and fully
  • Reducing stress and improving self-care
  • Advocating for themselves and those they love
  • Relationship building for professional and professional success

She also trains aspiring coaches on how to develop their coaching skills, obtain their credentials, and secure a profitable and professional career in the coaching industry. Dr. Reid is a subject matter expert on help-seeking behavior and how to use coaching and goal attainment to help teams and organization attain successful outcomes. She is the creator of the SMART-R™ goals model and MIND™ coaching approach. She has over 10 years of combined experience in goal-setting, mindfulness coaching, peer-coaching, and marriage and family coaching practices. Dr. Reid also conducts research on evidence-based coaching methods and mindfulness approaches. She is known as the coaches' coach for helping her other coaches achieve success in personal well-being and in business.

To get a feel for Dr. Reid's style and brand of coaching, set up your Discovery Session with her today: https://calendly.com/coachdawnreid/60min | 856-435-8483

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