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Meet Paul

Paul Wyman has over 24 years of experience as an executive coach and leadership development consultant. He has coached leaders at all levels from senior executives to new managers, in a wide range of industries, with deep experience in healthcare and professional services. He coaches leaders to identify their authentic leadership, adapt to complexity, align with deeper purpose, and bring out the best in themselves and others. He specializes in coaching professionals, particularly Physicians, Lawyers, Engineers, Accountants, to adapt their mindset and evolve their skillset to meet the challenges of a leadership role. 

  • CPCC (Certified Professional Co-Active Coach): Coaches Training Institute, 1998

  • PCC (Professional Certified Coach), International Coach Federation, 2015

  • Certified Coaching Supervisor, Coaching Supervision Academy, 2017


Paul served as Director of People Development at Children’s Hospital Colorado from 2004-2015, leading non-clinical training, organizational change and leadership development. He served from 2015 to 2021 as an internal Executive Coach for public accounting firm Ernst and Young, providing individualized leadership coaching to over 300 partners and organizational leaders around the globe.


Paul's client list includes Ernst and Young, Pixar, University of Colorado, Children's Hospital Colorado, University of Oklahoma School of Medicine, Trimble Inc, WOW! Internet Cable and Phone, GE Johnson Construction, Mortensen, and many others.


Paul is certified in multiple tools and assessments, including The Leadership Circle Profile and the Enneagram. He is the founder of Inner Team Dialogue, an advanced coach development program.


He holds certifications in Change Management, Conflict Resolution, Vertical Development, Polarity Management, Voice Dialogue and Appreciative Inquiry. 



Paul writes regularly on these and other topics related to leadership and organizational life. Some samples: 


Originally from England, Paul is a graduate of the University of York, UK. He has lived in the US since 1991, and in Colorado since 1995. When not coaching, Paul can be found playing in online Scrabble tournaments (which means he can spell many more words than he can define), and riding his bike (very slowly) over Colorado’s mountain passes. He lives near Denver with his wife, Anne.

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