Who is Pam?
Dr. Maxson ensures she is focusing on what is important to you as a leader, listens and provide questions that facilitate exploring oneself and ways to achieve one’s goals. She provides guidance in a safe environment and celebrates our wins. Dr. Maxson is generous with her heart and skills, and genuinely supports leaders in their growth. It was an honor to receive her guidance
Leʻa Minton, CNM, IBCLC
Pamela Maxson is a coach, trainer, facilitator, and lifelong learner who believes every individual has unique, untapped potential to leverage toward the realization of his or her own personal and professional goals.
She facilitates an individual’s understanding of his or her leadership style, maximizing leadership potential, goal and priority setting amidst multiple competing priorities, strength building, communication, work-life integration, and personnel development and management.
She partners with individuals and groups to develop their best lives, discover and leverage their strengths, align their goals and activities with their values, manage competing priorities, engage in self-care, and more. Pam recognizes that we live whole lives, not compartmentalized pieces.
Pam earned her PhD in Human Development, enabling her to give clients a life perspective, embedding decisions and situations in a broader view.
Pam partners with clients to create scaffolding which allows them to optimize and build the career and life they envision. Her years of teaching and guiding have provided Pam with the ability to help clients notice their own stories and beliefs which may hold them back from their desired success.
Pam is certified in authentic leadership and business and professional coaching as well as a credentialed member of the International Coaching Federation (ICF). She applies leading concepts and theories from the fields of psychology, neuroscience and leadership to as she partners with clients to establish and meet their goals toward professional and personal success.