Ellen Burton has been called an inspirational leader and a catalyst for change. Her ability to assist and focus coaching clients on achieving their goals is exceptional. In addition to personal and professional coaching, Ellen is a successful mediator both in the corporate and academic arenas.
Ellen’s philosophy is that everyone has the capacity to design a life in which they prosper.
Ellen’s initial career as a Certified Athletic Trainer allowed her to contribute to top intercollegiate athletic medicine teams (The University of Michigan, The University of Cincinnati and Eastern Michigan University). After 14 award winning years as an Executive Sales Consultant and corporate trainer for international corporations Sanofi-Aventis, Novartis and LifeWatch, Inc. Ellen courageously committed full time to her leadership coaching and training.
Ellen’s clients include senior executives, middle managers, physicians, academics and small business owners. These tend to be professionals in well-established careers with a strong desire to move to the next level in their professional and/or personal lives.
Nationally, Ellen lectures on business topics which include Strategic Planning and Analytical Thinking, Effective Teamwork Strategies, Managing Multiple Projects, Business Communication Skills, Women and Leadership, Leadership Skills for Managers and Supervisors, and Strategies for Managing the Generations.
Seminar clientele include: The University of Chicago, Northwestern University, The University of Michigan, The Berklee School of Music, Carnegie Melon University, Salisbury University, The University of Indianapolis, National Lewis University, Amcol Intl., Nisource, Inc., Wrigley, Intl., Kellogg Inc., US Bank, SC Johnson Inc., The Denver Public Schools, and Catholic Charities.
Ellen Burton is an avid golfer, community volunteer and is active in her church. As a result of the Tiara philosophy, Ellen is powerfully contributing to the world while happily and gratefully living a life beyond her wildest dreams.
Listen to Ellen Burton being interviewed by Denise Brown about caregiving:
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