Dr. Kevin Nourse is an executive coach with over 20 years of experience developing resilient change leaders. He is on the faculty of the Fielding Graduate University Evidence Based Coaching Program and the founder of Nourse Leadership Strategies, a consulting firm based in Southern California. He previously worked as a software developer, CPA, financial analyst, training manager, and human resources director prior to starting his professional practice in 2001. He was previously employed by PricewaterhouseCoopers Consulting.
Some of Dr. Nourse's former and current clients include Abbott Pharmaceuticals, Arrowhead Regional Medical Center, AstraZeneca, Capital Impact Partners, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Cisco Systems, Eli Lilly, Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, NASDAQ, National Cancer Institute, Prudential Securities, Securities and Exchange Commission, and T. Rowe Price.
Dr. Nourse earned his PhD in human and organizational systems from Fielding Graduate University in 2009. He was formerly on the faculty of the Georgetown University Executive Coaching Certificate program and is a professional certified coach (PCC). He recently published a book entitled Shift Into Thrive: Six Powerful Strategies for Women to Thrive at Work.
Industry Expertise (5)
Health Care - Services
Professional Training and Coaching
Areas of Expertise (6)
Evidence Based Coaching
Executive and Leadership Coaching
Team Development and Effectiveness
Meeting Design and Facilitation
Coach Education and Coaching Supervision
Fielding Graduate University, Santa Barbara, CA: PhD, Human and Organization Systems 2009
Fielding Graduate University, Santa Barbara, CA: MA, Human and Organizational Systems 2006
Marymount University, Arlington, VA: MA, Human Resource Development 1995
Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA: BS, Information Science (cum laude)
- American College of Healthcare Executives
- American Society of Association Executives
- American Society for Healthcare Human Resources Administration
- International Coach Federation
- International Leadership Association
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