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Chris Wahl

Leadership & Organizational Development Miro Group

Chris Wahl, M.A.Ed, MCC, is an executive coach and organization development consultant who brings the theory and practicalities of how adults develop into all of her coaching with leaders. She also works with coaches who are on their own journey of identity.

Chris is the founder of the Georgetown University Leadership Coaching Certificate Program, an internationally renowned program accredited by the ICF, and the first to offer adult development as part of its certified coach training curriculum.

Chris is certified as a developmental coach by the Interdevelopmental Institute. She also studied with Susanne Cook-Greuter and is certified to score and debrief the Maturity Assessment Profile (MAP). She has used the MAP in numerous corporate, non-profit, educational and government settings and has helped teams assess their center of gravity and learning edges. Chris has special interest in developmental transitions, supporting coaches and leaders in transition. Chris offers retreats on meaningful developmental topics, and she teaches adult development courses for leaders and coaches, both within universities, organizations and privately. Chris has written articles, hosted podcasts, been interviewed on NPR, authored two books, and delivered keynotes on various topics related to coaching, leadership, and adult development. For the past several years she has been studying the role of archetypes in development as well as Jungian principles related to identity, individuation, wholeness, and spirituality.

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