About MEDI: Our Team of Professional and Experienced Executive Coaches
Cheryl D. Foss, MSW
Cheryl Foss empowers individuals, teams and organizations to transform the way they work and interact. She has consistently created breakthrough results for her clients through her ability to help design, implement and integrate a client’s vision within complex systems and rapidly changing environments. Cheryl’s clients consistently increase productivity, revenue, influence and achieve unsurpassed results. Cheryl specializes in executive coaching, leadership development, team dynamics, strategy development, organization design, and change management.
Experience At A Glance:
20 years as a coach and consultant working with CEOs, CFOs, COOs, Senior Leadership, Board of Directors and organizational systems.
Deep experience in healthcare as well as significant experience across industries in hi-tech, academia, manufacturing, financial, consulting, government and non-profit organizations.
Conversant in coaching and consulting in complex environments such as clinical integration, mergers and acquisitions, healthcare transformation, restructuring and rapid growth.
MSW, Clinical and Occupational, University of Maryland, Baltimore
BBA, Management, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Publications and Presentations:
Success Psychology – November, 2011
Strategic Planning for Rapid Results – October 2007
What is corporate culture … and how can we change it? - August, 2002
The Secret to a Smooth Merger: Culture Clash and integration nightmare… or win-win collaboration- August, 2002
What Surprises Cheryl: The creativity and innovation available in all humans when they allow and embrace it.
What Inspires Cheryl: Helping her clients set intentions and goals and watching them achieve results once never thought possible.
How Cheryl Stays Current on Industry Trends: Electronic media, industry articles, books, conferences, and working closely with her clients to experience and observe trends across the industry.
How Cheryl Stays Current in the Field of Leadership: Reading articles and books, collaborating with colleagues, researching new ways of thinking, blogs, podcasts, conferences, teaching and researching case studies.