Kathy Fleming is an extraordinary coach, trainer, and leader. As a Senior Leader with Accomplishment Coaching, Kathy has conducted year-long, professional coach and leadership training programs. In addition to those who are creating thriving coaching practices, many of her students are executives in business and government, honing their leadership and coaching skills.
Formerly a marketing manager with AT&T, Kathy has done leadership training, consulting, and 360 feedback for large organizations such as AT&T, Alcoa, Illinois Power, Techtronics, Hewlett Packard, the EPA, and various state and local government agencies. She works effectively with leaders, their peers, superiors, and direct reports to co-produce extraordinary results. Kathy is a master facilitator of both large and small groups.
As a business and life coach, Kathy specializes in seeing the possibilities that lie within her clients, helping them open the doors to bring those possibilities to fruition. She is a powerful stand for what her clients say they want to produce, even when their own doubt is strong.
Kathy holds masters degrees in humanities and applied behavioral science. In addition, she is a Master Practitioner in Neuro Linguistic Programming. A former college instructor, Kathy has served as Vice-President of Membership and Professional Development for the San Diego Professional Coaches Alliance. Kathy holds the highest credential of Master Certified Coach (MCC) with the International Coach Federation, the world’s foremost coach credentialing organization.
Above all, Kathy is open-hearted, authentic, clear and courageous. She is a devoted and caring ally for all those with whom she partners to create results.
"Kathy is an amazing coach. She is present, powerful, perceptive and compassionate. One thing that is very special about Kathy is her ability to be straight and clear while staying connected. She relies on her intuition and is tuned in at multiple levels to what is going on. Kathy is a role model for being courageous and powerful in her listening and speaking."