Terrie Lupberger MCC Director of Training

An executive coach and talent developer to leaders, managers and teams worldwide, Terrie’s international experience, executive coaching skills, and 20+ years of experience as a CEO and Senior Executive give her a unique vantage point when working with her clients.  She helps her clients improve performance, build relationships, and get results without sacrificing well-being.  She helps them navigate the mine fields and blind spots inherent in playing a bigger and bolder game.

In addition to her talent development work, Terrie teaches executive coaching at the University of Miami as well as internationally. She is a contributing author to several books on coaching including: A Coach’s Guide to Emotional Intelligence and The Handbook of Knowledge-Based Coaching.  She is considered a pioneer in the profession of coaching having been instrumental in the creation of the core coaching competencies still used as the standards of professionalism today.  She is a former Board Member of the International Coach Federation and former manager of coach training programs at several U.S. Universities.

Prior to coaching, Terrie’s professional career was spent in various management and leadership positions, in both the private and public sectors. She was CEO of Newfield Network-USA, an international coaching and leadership development company, a former Federal manager overseeing large scale initiatives, and director of a 1,000 person outplacement program.  She knows first-hand what it takes to build teams, lead large scale change and navigate complexity.  Her passion for people and commitment to make a significant contribution to the performance of companies and individuals eventually led her to become an executive coach.

Terrie’s work is international and culturally diverse and she has helped develop talent in over 15 countries.  Terrie is also part of the coaching teams for the SupporTED Fellows Program, The Unreasonable Institute, and Sundance Women in Film.