What’s Your Next Level?

Alissa Finerman - Executive Coach and Gallup Certified StrengthsFinder Coach, Speaker and Author

Individuals: Executive Coaching

Become a more effective leader, leverage strengths and achieve key goals. People who use their strengths every day have 7.8% greater productivity.

Alissa Finerman - Executive Coach and Gallup Certified StrengthsFinder Coach, Speaker and Author

Team Seminars

Current engagement levels in the US are only 33%. A “Leading with Strengths” team seminar can help people understand and leverage strengths, improve engagement levels, understand how to best contribute and increase team productivity by 12.5%. Learn more about how strengths based seminars and coaching can help your team perform at its highest level.

Living in your Top 1%

Discover your true potential and focus on achieving your biggest and most meaningful goals. What does your next level look like?

About Alissa

Alissa’s focus as an Executive Coach and Gallup Certified Strengths Coachauthor and speaker is to help you and your team drive performance by leveraging your strengths and accomplishing key professional goals. Alissa leads specific team and manager seminars to develop leaders, leverage individual and team strengths, build partnerships, resolve conflicts, maximize performance and increase engagement levels. She works with executives, managers and entrepreneurs and has worked with companies in many industries including Ross Stores, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, Neutrogena, Petco, BNP Paribas and Brookfield Property Partners. Alissa holds an MBA from The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania and a BA from the University of California, Berkeley. She received her coaching credentials from New York University, Results Coaching Systems and Gallup Strengths Coaching Program.

Check Out Alissa’s Book!

Living in Your Top 1%™

Are you ready to share your best self with the world? Living in Your Top 1%™ is about maximizing your potential. It’s about gaining clarity, believing in yourself, and turning your ideas into action. It’s about seeing opportunities when others see challenges and pursuing meaningful goals to bring you greater fulfillment. It’s not about comparing … Read More

Hear what people have to say…

“My time spent in Alissa’s coaching program has been invaluable. She has helped me think more expansively and focus on the core values, principles and goals of “Me INC.” Her observations, insights, and strategies have caused massive acceleration in my success in all areas of my life. Alissa is a definite asset to any team.”

Read more from: Mike, Disney executive, Writer/Producer/Author

“I first met Alissa when she was the keynote at a women’s leadership conference. I was so impressed with her thoughtful approach to organizational dynamics and working with your core strengths that I hired her to speak at my department’s strategy session. Once again, Alissa delivered. My team left Alissa’s seminar feeling more empowered and energized about our team and their positions within the team.”

Read more from: Judy, CMO, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP

“Life changing! This is how I would describe what it’s like to work with Alissa. I’ve read her book, taken her class, and had the pleasure of going through coaching sessions with her, and she is one of the most dynamic, inspiring, and motivating people I’ve ever encountered…”

Read more from: Nicole, Employment Branding Manager, NIKE, Inc.

From the Blog…

The Impact of Limiting Beliefs

Posted on Wharton Magazine blog “The only thing that’s keeping you from getting what you want is the story you keep telling yourself.”—Tony Robbins According to the National Science Foundation, our brains can produce as many as 50,000 thoughts per day. Ninety-five percent of these thoughts are repeated daily. You decide how you think and […]

A Manager’s Guide to Giving Effective Feedback

This article was featured in the Wharton Magazine Blog As a manager, giving and receiving feedback are both critical. Managers play an important role in fostering a productive, inclusive and engaging work culture. They are responsible for recruiting and retaining talent, engaging employees, developing their team, and setting performance goals. “To be really great at […]

3 Simple Questions to Set Powerful Goals for Your Best Year

For my goal setting friends, here are three simple and thought provoking questions that may be helpful. I have my coaching clients create goals based on these questions. And if you don’t love the word goals, then substitute other words such as where you want to focus. Remember goals are not set in stone. They […]