Glenn Newsom, PhD
Originally from North Carolina, Dr. Newsom received his bachelor's degree in psychology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, a Master's degree in Counseling from the Pennsylvania State University, and a Doctorate in Counseling with a Minor in Business at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.
For his entire career, Glenn has been interested in the personal growth and development of individuals. Informed by his work as a psychologist/counselor, he has been working as an executive coach and consultant since 2000. As part of that work, he maintains consistent involvement as an Adjunct Faculty Member with the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL), where he assists with open enrollment and custom programs as well as the Center's executive coaching work.
Glenn has worked with hundreds of professionals from large and small organizations and believes strongly in the power of focused and intentional personal and professional development. He particularly excels in helping individuals become more effective within their work environments. Glenn's coaching work specializes in assisting senior executives, mid-career professionals, and high potential individuals who are striving to take their skills to the next level. He understands the multiple challenges and roles required of modern professionals and how developing an individual's skills and competencies can provide positive impact for organizations. His coaching philosophy emphasizes the importance of self-awareness, positive relationships, and team development for success. His background as a psychologist/counselor, his understanding of organizational systems, and his past coaching relationships continue to inform his action-oriented, person-centered approach.
Peter Hazelrigg, MS, MDiv
Mr. Hazelrigg received his Bachelor’s degree in Communications from the University of Denver, a Master's in Counseling from The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, and a Master of Divinity from Princeton Theological Seminary. Peter is Board Certified Coach (BCC) and is also an ordained Presbyterian minister.
His coaching clients come from a wide variety of backgrounds including corporate, health care, higher education, non-profit, and religious organizations. His particular area of interest is in developing leadership capacity in senior leaders and leadership teams through a combination of professional coaching and education. Peter has extensive coaching experience in corporate settings and is also an Adjunct Executive Coach for the Center For Creative Leadership (CCL) and Affiliate Faculty for UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School.
Peter believes that knowledge of self is critical for strong leadership. His assessment for development approach offers leaders a blend of insight, skill development, and leadership science. Believing that all leaders can grow and improve, he focuses on a process that challenges old assumptions, sets measurable goals, and facilitates a culture of constructive feedback.
Peter has partnered with organizations to add value through coaching engagements, customized professional training programs, and assessment services that increase organizational impact.