Executive coach shares insights with Rotarians

Christy Shell

Christy Shell

For the Troy Daily News

Teams come in all shapes and sizes.

Christy Shell, owner of Zeal Coaching, 3 E. Water St., Troy, knows how to help people learn team building, career focus, transitional decision-making and other related topics they need to find their vision and preferred work future. She shared some of her insights with Troy Rotarians during their weekly meeting Sept. 8.

Shell has been in the executive coaching business since receiving her master’s degree in education from Xavier University. After making Troy home in 2014, she opened Zeal Coaching and now focuses on career and life coaching for teens and adults. Her first love is working with students, both high school and college, who are unsure of the field of study in which they’d like to concentrate. Shell coaches leadership, performance improvement, and management of job and life transitions, through the use of techniques such as positive psychology. Another technique she uses frequently is outdoor team building exercises, which build trust, productive conflict, communications, accountability and, ultimately, results. To learn more about Zeal Coaching, visit www.zealcoach.com or Facebook.com/ZealCoaching.

Troy Rotary Club members are always looking for new topics to share at weekly meetings. If you are interested in presenting your business or organization, please visit the Troy Rotary Web site at www.troyohiorotary.org and submit your information in the “Contact Us” section. Troy Rotary is a member-involved, goal-oriented service club focused on socio/economic issues that have an impact both locally and internationally. You can follow their activities on Facebook at Troy Rotary Club.

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