Dory Willer, SPHR, PCC
Location: San Francisco Bay Area, California, USA
Business Name: Beacon Quest Coaching
Areas of focus: Talent management, leadership development, corporate teams, strategic planning, authors
Awarded the 2003 International Coach of the Year designation, Dory Willer is a Certified Executive Life Coach who draws on 30 years of experience as a human resources executive, international speaker, and training facilitator to her clients. She has broad and diverse experience working for blue-chip and Fortune 100 companies. Performance and achievement coaching is her area of expertise which creates breakthrough performance for individuals and organizations to new levels of thriving.
Dory is a nationally known expert in aligning people to their purpose, passion and success factors. She coaches clients for executive and performance enhancement, career/life and is an action strategist for teams. Nicknamed A Cheerleader for the Soul – she empowers a ‘can do’ spirit from the inside-out, which leads her clients to producing stunning results. Dory founded Beacon Quest Coaching in 1998 after obtaining her coaching credential from the prestigious Hudson Institute; her degrees are from USF in Organizational Behavior, along with an HR Executive Certification from Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business. Her graduate focus at JFK University was in career development. She holds advance coaching certifications from various coach training institutes; is a past president of an International Coach Federation East Bay Chapter; and a member of the National Speakers Association, National Association of Business Coaches and the Society of Human Resources Management. She has just completed writing a book for Human Resource professionals published by McGraw-Hill available in the Fall of 2014.
Why Best Year Yet®
I have been using the Best Year Yet® coaching process with my clients since 1999. Not only is it effective, it simply produces the desired results my clients are after - year after year. They love the simplicity. I love helping them learn a new manner of accountability and cheerleading them to their successes. Additionally, I’m a product of the product – meaning that I have been using the Best Year Yet® process in my personal life as well. I wouldn’t think of living a year without a Best Year Yet® plan. In fact, my husband and I have been creating joint Best Year Yet® plans for our coupledom for 13 years, demonstrating to our children and friends what it’s like to design life purposefully instead of living it by default. Goal setting = goal getting!
I’m ideally suited as the Best Year Yet® Coach for companies that are truly serious about taking their results to new levels. I’ve coached hundreds of people and teams with the Best Year Year® process including entire departments at Wells Fargo Bank, Yahoo!, the E.P.A. 9th District, PriceWaterhouseCoopers, Northrop Grumman, Kaiser Permanente, and AT&T, just to name a few. Additionally, many of my C-Suite and senior executives have brought the Best Year Yet® process into their organizations once they have experienced the proven process for themselves. In my pro bono work with disadvantaged foster youth at U.C. Berkeley, I enjoy using the Best Year Yet® program to help the youth design their first year of adulthood, giving them a unique advantage and vision.