Mark Haeussler is a creative and resourceful executive coach in inspiring teams to bring together their best talents, values and vision to unify their resources in achieving strategic initiatives . . . with less breakdowns and more fulfillment. Mark brings his own success as a CEO of a 150-person enterprise, along with remote operation and project management background, as a solid ground to reaching business objectives and building sustainable relationships to the coaching partnership. Mark develops the unique intellectual materials for the Advancing Leadership Institute that provide clients with practical entries to build greater success, including managing change, moving effectively through dialog, building new competencies, and adapting leadership presence to shifting needs. Mark brings a solid presence that leverages clients to explore and challenge their assumptions, competencies, and practices in leadership.
Mark is a graduate of Arizona State University’s school of business with a B.S. Cum Laude in Marketing, a Certified Somatic Coach from the Strozzi Institute and a Certified Executive Coach from the Hudson Institute. Mark has been a presenter to both of these organizations as well as the Edges Advanced Coaching Community. Mark is certified in the Bar-On Emotional Intelligence Quotient and speaks on emotional intelligence. In his work with Deedee Myers, he has developed and implemented mentoring and coaching programs for organizations of various types and sizes. Mark participates in assessing candidates for CEO searches, facilitates Succession Planning and Strategic Planning conferences, and writes and speaks on leadership for national and local organizations.
Mark leads Land Rover expeditions on behalf of Land Rover for over a decade now, and builds relevance for the client to moving as a successful leader in navigating and maneuvering through obstacles encountered on wilderness trails. He has given back to his community in various endeavors, including building consumer research for the American Red Cross, president of two homeowner’s association, leadership roles in the Huntington’s Disease Society of America, a board member and presenter to Tempe Leadership, and as a medic (EMT) for the Medical Reserve Corps. In 1991, Mark adopted Kyle, a bi-racial, 3-day-old child, with multiple disabilities. Mark and his wife, Deedee, parent nine children including twins and quadruplets. He integrates these diverse experiences as a source of insight for succeeding any of our daily enterprises.