Sandy Marshall

Executive Coach

Career Background

Sandra is a Leadership/Executive Coach whose professional background includes more than 20 years of information technology, manufacturing, and automotive/finance industry experience with Fortune 100 clients as a business leader, leadership coach, account executive, and consultant. She is an active International Coach Federation (ICF) Michigan Board member. Sandra is also an attorney and member of the State Bar of Michigan.

Personal Theory and Philosophy of Coaching:

1. Leaders set the tone for results in the organization.

Coaching an organization’s leaders is a high leverage investment: Fostering inspiration and exceptional business results begins with the leader. Leaders are the critical “connectors” bridging the passions, strengths, and capabilities of individual employees and teams to the organization’s goals and resulting performance.

2. Great leadership begins with great personal leadership.

Personal leadership or the ability to “lead” oneself is a precursor to becoming an exceptional leader. Coaching provides a unique lens for the leader to build self-knowledge, self-awareness, and most significantly, the ability to change. Instilling strong leadership habits paves the way to powerful change. “Sow an act, and you reap a habit; sow a habit, and you reap a character; sow a character, and you reap a destiny.” – George Dana Boardman

3. Coaching without results is merely conversation!

Coaching must be results/outcome based and aligned to business objectives. Measurement of coaching ROI includes qualitative and quantitative

Education & Certifications

  • Wayne State University, Bachelor of Science – Business

  • University of Detroit School of Law, Juris Doctor

  • State Bar of Michigan, Attorney

  • International Coach Federation (ICF) Certified Coach

  • Hudson Institute Certified Coach

  • Emotional Intelligence (EQ In Action) – Individual Leaders & Teams

  • Group & Team Coaching


  • Navigating personal and organizational change

  • Launching high-performance teams

  • Growing technical leaders with emotional intelligence

  • Employee engagement

  • Building effective work relationships

  • Communication and stakeholder alignment

  • Work/life balance and resiliency