Developing the next generation of leaders
Ross Woodstock is a career coach/consultant with Kolt Communications in Okemos, Michigan. Ross helps individuals and teams from middle management to the C-Suite achieve sustainable growth in their careers.
He utilizes a variety of research and assessment tools to help clients build self-awareness and design strategies to achieve their goals. Ross is a certified coach, having received his credential from the International Coach Federation.
During his nearly four decades in management and consulting, Ross has become widely known as an innovative leader, creative problem solver and an inspiring communicator. His energetic style and collaborative teaching techniques have helped numerous organizations and individual employees identify goals and successfully implement change-oriented strategies.
How we can help you
- Leadership Development
- Interpersonal Relationships
- Strategic Planning
- Productivity & Time Management
- Team Building
- Conflict Resolution
- Goal Setting
- Decision Making
- Public Speaking & Presentations
Some Of Our Services
Helping PEOPLE Succeed
Helping ORGANIZATIONS Grow
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“Ross has a personal style that helped me improve as a professional. He doesn’t use a cookie-cutter, one-size-fits-all approach; he tailors his services to your individual needs to help you achieve success.”
“Ross retooled my professional image, gain self-confidence, realize my talents, and believe in myself.”
“Everyone needs a coach like Ross. His approach is 100 percent customized to the individual. It is about what you want to accomplish and how you can get there. He’s very savvy about asking the right questions to help you identify exactly what you want or need. His coaching has helped me to clearly identify…
“Ross taught me how to think through a situation and determine key techniques in relationship building.”
“I am finding much more peace, happiness and success in my life as well as better focus and confidence. Now, I actually find myself looking forward to the next stage of my career with anticipation instead of anxiety.”