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About Jo: Jo Ilfeld is an executive leadership coach who specializes in working with recently promoted managers and leaders who are struggling to navigate their new responsibilities. She helps transform them into confident, effective leaders with high-performing, cohesive teams. After graduating from Yale College, Jo got her PhD in Business from UC Berkeley and then put her business know-how into action; Jo was able to turn a hobby into a million-dollar business. By pairing her exclusive systems and powerful coaching style, she helps propel professionals to new echelons of success. Her expertise lies in helping clients find their optimal work style to take charge of their to-do lists, projects, and work teams while finding quality time to enjoy the rest of their lives.

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Jo Ilfeld, PhD

An executive leadership coach, Jo helps C-suite leaders, executives, and high-potential managers develop the flexibility, skill, and frame of mind to meet the challenges of the next five, ten, twenty years…. and beyond. She works with individuals, teams and organizations on four core areas of leadership development. Check out Jo's bio page for more information.


  1. Olson Abrams on December 4, 2018 at 5:09 am

    I have recently started a new job and am seeking advice on navigating the new environment and synchronising with the staff and new responsibilities. Any insight would be greatly appreciated.

    • Jo Ilfeld on December 30, 2018 at 2:36 pm

      Dear Olson, Sorry for the delay in response. First of all congratulations on your new job. That’s a great accomplishment. Secondly the thing I recommend for all people starting new jobs is focus first on getting to know people and finding out WHY things are the way they are BEFORE you try to change anything. Usually people try to go full-bore and make changes to show how effective they are as leaders. IT’s much harder to be a leader who comes in and observes, but it paves the way for long-term change and loyalty. I hope this is helpful! Let me know how it goes!

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