Charlie D'Amico

Senior Consultant

Charlie D'Amico, Senior Consultant

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Charlie is an executive coach, instructional designer, and facilitator with over 20 years of experience in leadership and professional services. She has a passion for creating opportunities for leaders to thrive in exciting and challenging career environments. Her deep, practical experience in both leadership development and corporate consulting uniquely positions her to understand the complexities and opportunities facing executives today. Her expertise includes executive and team coaching, leader transitions, instructional design, and leadership programs. Her diverse coaching experience spans across many industries, with a particular focus on professional services firms.

Background

Charlie is in private practice, dedicated to empowering people to leverage self-awareness, build learning capacity, and create meaningful impact in their professional and personal lives. Her diverse coaching experience spans across many industries, and from senior executives to emerging leaders. Typical focus areas for clients include executive presence, strategic communications, coaching and developing others, emotional intelligence, career development, and more. She is proficient in the use of assessments in coaching. She is also an Adjunct Faculty at Emory University’s Gouizeta Business School and is a lead designer and faculty director for their Executive Coaching Diploma Program.

Her previous work includes 16 years at PwC, the world’s largest professional services firm. Charlie was part of a team dedicated to designing and delivering best-in-class leadership development programs for the firm’s partners and staff. Earlier in her career at PwC, she spent over a decade in tax consulting, where she mastered skills in project management, business development, client service, stakeholder management, and leading teams. She’s been on the corporate battlefield and brings that perspective to help clients close the gap between performance and potential.

Coaching Approach

Charlie’s shared mission in coaching engagements is to partner with her clients to put issues and opportunities on the table, and then think strategically and creatively to make progress towards their goals. Charlie’s strong business background informs her desire to deliver value and results in every engagement.

Relevant Coaching Assignments

  • Executive Coaching – Partner at a mid-sized accounting firm. Focus: building self-awareness and developing more effective communication skills.
  • Executive Coaching ­– Art Director at an industry-leading video gaming studio. Focus: Navigating the transition to a leadership position managing a large team.
  • Group Coaching – Small-group coaching in a cohort model for a $79B insurance company, focusing on team effectiveness, leveraging strategic influence, cultivating a growth mindset, and coaching skills.

Relevant Facilitation & Teambuilding Assignments

  • Senior Manager Symposium –Two-day customized skills-based workshop for Senior Managers in a top-20 accounting firm, focused on building their strategic thinking and people management skills.
  • Executive Leadership Program – Two-day customized skills-based workshop following by 1:1 coaching for Senior Managing Directors and Managing Directors at a global investment advisory firm with $295B in assets, focused on developing coaching skills, leading with an enterprise mindset, and building self-awareness
  • Executive Coaching Diploma Program – Six-month executive coaching training program accredited by the International Coach Federation. Lead designer and faculty, teaching foundational coaching skills to individuals interested in pursuing a career in executive coaching.

Education & Professional Affiliations

  • Bachelor and Master of Accounting, University of Florida
  • Professional Certified Coach (PCC), International Coach Federation
  • Adjunct Faculty at the Center for Creative Leadership
  • Adjunct Faculty at Emory University Gouizeta Business School
  • Certified Public Accountant (former)