RCC, RLC | Senior Leadership Development Xcellero Leadership, Inc.
Sandria is a Registered Corporate Coach and trainer whose clients include executives in Health Care, Financial Services, Higher Education and Small to Medium Size Businesses. She leads her clients through a process of first realizing their potential, and then equipping them to understand their unique communication style and use it positively in communicating with others. She helps her clients identify and develop their unique leadership effectiveness.
Sandria held a variety of management positions in her 32-year banking career. Highlights: as a Senior Vice President of NBD Wheaton Bank, she managed personal banking, consumer lending, all operations, marketing, personnel, and branch banking. As Branch President of First Chicago, Glen Ellyn, she successfully developed the banking staff and improved sales by 35% over a 3-year period. As First Vice President of Business Banking for Bank One, she was recognized as Top Sales Manager in the Midwest in 2000 and led a team of lenders in sales, generating loans and business products. Today she leverages her experience as an accomplished sales manager and bank executive to serve as the foundation of her executive coaching business.
A graduate of DePaul University, Sandria has pursued graduate studies in organizational behavior (MA program), and was designated “Registered Corporate Coach” from the World Wide Association of Business Coaches. She has advanced training in leadership coaching and Emotional Intelligence coaching. She was honored by the National Association of Women Business Owners as the Corporate Partner of the year in 2001. Sandria
Recommendations from clients:
“She is insightful, very informative, and gives advice and coaching in a very nonthreatening way.”
“Sandria is an asset to our team and I hope she does much more work for our organization in the months to come .”
“She is doing a fantastic job.”
“I have learned a lot about myself through her help.”
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