How Dottie’s Approach Works for You

You hold the cards. Great coaches help you play your best hand.

Great coaching ignites your strengths and resources. It moves you to goals that take two to conjure. Dottie is a resilience-based coach with a time-tested mix of tough mindedness and heart. You’ll get the best of her deep drive to help you breathe more life into your work.

Dottie's TransitionWork menu is what world-class coaches do:

Dottie's TransitionWork approach merges disciplines of Positive Psychology and Motivational Interviewing with the best practices of Career and Leadership Counseling.

You’ll benefit from Dottie’s practical guidance and bottom-line advice, all with a twist of humor and easygoing honesty developed over 25 years of providing coaching and training services to nearly 1000 working professionals and owners, nationally and abroad.

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About Dottie Graham...

Dottie Graham founded in 1990, specializing in work psychology and career reinvention. As a career and executive coach and former licensed clinician, Dottie approaches transition as a personal passage calling you to honestly assess your life, your talents and desires - to say yes to meaningful and engaging work.

Integrating 25 years of experience as a business owner, manager, and career and leadership coach, Dottie facilitates reinvention and offers solutions learned from years of her own and her many clients’ direct experiences navigating complex work situations.

She provides consultation to executives, business owners and career transformers across a wide variety of sectors including Technology, Healthcare, Education, Marketing, Financial Services, Manufacturing and Non-Profit Organizations.

As an affiliate for two national Employee Assistance programs, a national trainer and public speaker, Dottie offers workshops on The Root of Reinvention, Change Resilience, Manager As Coach, and Making Peace With Work (You Hold The Cards).

Dottie received her B.A. from Northwestern University and her M.S. in Educational Psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.