PROFESSIONAL WORKLIFE COACHING
Personal + Professional Development for WorkLife Joy
Are you wanting your team to work together more effectively to reach your business goals?
Do you seek more harmony between your personal and professional life?
Do you want to break through limiting beliefs and procrastination?
Would you like to increase your business profits while also increasing positivity in your life?
Are you earning a great income in a career that is frustrating and uninspiring?
Would you like for your personal physical, mental, spiritual, social and financial health to work together in harmony?
Do you need help staying laser focused on high-yield activities that will get you to where you want to be?
I'm Dr. Melanie Gallo – a business psychology coach and organizational consultant helping people navigate through the fog of the Work+Life overlap.
Using my background in business psychology, I provide my clients with psychological coaching plus tactical consulting to achieve peak performance and lasting transformation. I look forward to connecting with you and being part of your Work+Life journey!
MELANIE C. GALLO
PhD, Business Psychology
HOW IT WORKS
Understand where you are now, where you want to go, and the gaps that hold you back.
Develop a plan to achieve the intended results.
Navigate through an evolving
landscape to stay on course for perpetual success.
Best practices alone are not enough to change behavior. If you want to improve a person or team’s performance, it is critical to understand why they behave the way they do.
DIFFERENCE BETWEEN COACHING & THERAPY
WHAT CLIENTS ARE SAYING
“Melanie, is the consummate professional and has a great sense of understanding the needs of her clients. She applies her consultation not only with expertise but with a compassion of understanding how to get clients to the next step. I had her on my radio show to talk about handling crisis and conflict when groups travel together. Her advice and contribution to the program was exactly what anyone traveling with friends or family needed to hear. Her segment remains one which I reference often.”