“I define connection as the energy that exists between people when they feel seen, heard, and valued; when they can give and receive without judgment; and when they derive sustenance and strength from the relationship.” — Brené Brown
Misty Nodine Coaching’s vision is to support the creation and maintenance of work and home environments where all individuals are welcomed, respected and supported, all voices are listened to, and all are free to contribute their best.
Misty Nodine Coaching specializes in teams and families where the members are neurodiverse (spanning typical, ADHD, autistic, etc.).
How can coaching help you?
The International Coaching Federation defines coaching as partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential. To understand the benefits and ROI of coaching, check out Why YOU need a professional coach.
Contact me for a discussion on how we can support you. You can also take advantage of a free, 30-minute trial coaching session.
In support of our vision, we provide coaching services to businesses and individuals to help them to understand, celebrate and integrate different ways of thinking, to improve communication across barriers, and to cultivate inclusive leadership and diverse teams, with the result of improving employee wellbeing and increasing overall creativity, relevance and productivity.
As a woman, I have spent 20+ years working on and with technical teams, both in individual contributor and in leadership roles. As a person who has worked with many neurodivergent/autistic people, I have experience with facilitating communication and coordination across neurotypes.
Coaching options include individual and team packages with managers and their teams, and laser coaching for specific problems.
In support of our vision, we provide autism-accepting coaching services to neurodiverse families to help family members understand each others’ challenges and to improve communication and collaboration among all family members. With parents, we focus on coaching for empathy, listening, collaboration, and proactive problem solving. We also coach parents on navigating the process of therapy selection.
As a neurotypical parent of an autistic child who is now an adult, I have experienced personally many ups and downs related to how neurological differences affect a family. I specialize in coaching parents in their interactions with children of different neurotypes.
Coaching options include ongoing parent coaching (with one or both parents), and focused coaching on therapy selection.