Rebecca is a leadership transition and team development coach at Rebecca Sok Coaching. She is also the Vice President of Blueprint 1543 – a nonprofit organization – where she coaches academic scholars in leadership and research program design. She has been coaching since 2010 and has spent over 2,500 hours working with clients. She is a professional certified coach, (PCC) and expects to earn her master certification, MCC, in 2021.
She is author of, Why Meet: How to Design Purposeful Meetings, Workshops, and Conferences, and is a three-time featured author at Coaching World. Her featured articles include, “Performance Pressure and the Value of Coaching,” “Normalizing Silence: Use Your Water as a Tool,” and “Managing MMM: Three Ways to Increase Your Nonverbal Awareness.” She also is the co-author of “Move into Breakthrough,” and “Co-Creating Across Cultures” with Andrew Shaffer.
Rebecca is a certified Harrison Debriefer (level 2) a mentor coach, and a coaching instructor at CoachNet/Fluxify. She earned a masters in Higher Education and Organizational Change from UCLA, and has a BA in Organizational Communication from George Fox University. She’s a current member of ICF Global, ICF TN Tennessee, and lives in Knoxville.
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