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Molly O'Neill, Prism Award and Covey's Speed of Trust

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In this episode of the Coach Conversation ICF Phoenix Blog Talk Radio show, we'll have the pleasure of speaking with Molly O'Neill, the president of the ICF Phoenix Chapter and Jessica Farnsworth, from the Franklin-Covey company. The conversation is going to focus on leadership coaching, the ICF Phoenix 2012 Prism Award and Stephen M.R. Covey's book "Speed of Trust." Stephen M.R. Covey is the keynote speaker at the upcoming ICF Prism Award Luncheon and afterwards he will facilitate a Leadership Symposium with Phoenix Area leaders and star performers (for more info visit http://www.icfphoenix.com/prism-award-luncheon/).


About Molly O’Neill, PCC, ACPC, BCC - Molly brings an inside-out leadership approach to her coaching, encouraging clients to envision, implement and sustain the changes needed to attain their desired results. Whether they’re working on personal leadership or leadership through position, she motivates her clients to be open to possibilities, maximize unique strengths and become fully accountable for manifesting their vision and goals. Molly is an executive coach and consultant with Levin Group, Inc. where her focus is on coaching dentists as business leaders. In addition, she is an Adler Learning-USA Faculty member, facilitating coach certification courses in an ICF (International Coach Federation) accredited Coach Training Program. Molly is a coach mentor and is also actively involved in the ongoing professional development of coaches in her role as the current President of the ICF Phoenix Chapter. 

About Jessica Farnsworth: She currently serves as Senior Client Partner in the Western Region for FranklinCovey. She’s been with FranklinCovey for 15 years and is proud to work for an organization whose mission is “To Enable Greatness in People and Organizations Everywhere.” 

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