Former educator, realist, and wine enthusiast, Mackenzie comes from a diverse background of behavioral intervention, teaching, and business development strategies. As part of a project within the Klein Independent School District to launch a new behavioral program on several campuses, she found her niche in wanting to help others grow their strengths within their career.
Drawing from experience in several industries, Mackenzie brings thoughtful, visionary, and practical coaching within developing organizations. When the stakes are high for a new or veteran executive, a troubled team needs intervention, or transition needs to take place, she can provide planning for the future while simultaneously improving day-to-day function. Her sensitive insight with tough issues defuses tensions and catalyzes collaboration.
As entrepreneurs, sometimes our biggest enemy is ourselves. Join me and Mackenzie Childs as we delve deep into how our own limiting behaviors can sabotage our growth and success, and how to accept that above all else, we are only human.
Specializing in Cognitive Behavioral Coaching, Mackenzie would like to introduce the audience to this field and cover a fundamental of her practice - the limiting belief.
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