Nora has more than 20 years of enterprise-wide Strategic Organizational Development Consulting and Sales engagements in the Talent Management space with Fortune 500 companies. Key areas of influence include strategic alignment with Mission, Vision, and Core Values, executive coaching, leadership development, culture transformation, candidate and employee assessment and selection, succession planning, performance management, system integration, mergers and acquisitions, start-ups, performance troubleshooting and business turnarounds. Her passion is to inspire and equip executive leaders to recognize their God-given abilities, leverage strengths, develop hidden talents, unleash potential, maximize performance, and achieve the highest levels of competitive advantage and business outcomes for the glory of God.
Nora moved from a high-intensity work life to a far more balanced quality of life as she heard God’s nudging to make a change. Not knowing what He had in mind, she simply recalled His Word in Isaiah 6:8 Then I heard the voice of the Lord, saying “Whom shall I send, and who will go for Us?” Then I said,“Here am I. Send me!”The ‘change’ led to increased margin and opened doors on a path toward influencing Marketplace Leaders for greater Kingdom impact. Now, in addition to being Principal Owner and Chief Consultant of her Executive Coaching and Talent Management Consulting practice, she is a Coach with His Way at Work (coaching Christian CEOs through culture transformation for God’s glory and EternalROI), serves on the Board of Directors’ Governance Committee for Good Works, Inc., (a Christian ministry dedicated to repairing homes and restoring hope), leads Precept Upon Precept inductive bible studies at Calvary Chapel-Chester Springs, serves as Board Treasurer of a local community non-profit organization, and is a Graduate of the Halftime Institute Fellows Program (for successful high-capacity, faith-filled leaders embarking on a path to fully living out their calling). Having been churched from a very young age, Nora only heard the truth of the Gospel decades later, instantly believed Jesus as her Lord and Savior, and is now compelled by the power of the Holy Spirit to share the Good News with others – at home, in the community, and in the marketplace – with or without words.