Peter Myers leads teams and individuals in moving forward in their organizational goals through recruitment, retention, strategic planning, succession planning, organizational and board assessment, and executive leadership coaching. On a daily basis, Peter works with senior management teams and boards in the financial services industry to build and further develop their leadership and strategic teams by bringing out the true power within themselves and integrating it into the professional and business world.
Peter is graduated from Arizona State University with a B.A. in sociology and a minor in Spanish. He holds a master-level certification in somatic leadership coaching from the Strozzi Institute, an internationally recognized coaching school. He also teaches three different courses at the institute, including the week-long Men’s School of Embodied Leadership intensive. Peter speaks nationally on leadership, succession planning and board/management relationship building. He is a contributing author to Bushido Business: The Art of the Modern Professional as well as CUNA’s 2013 white paper, “Evaluating and Developing Competencies: Creating Customized Models for Employees.” Peter is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) as recognized by the International Coaching Federation (ICF). Peter is also certified in the BarOn EQ-i (Emotional Intelligence Inventory).
Third generation in this industry, Peter’s formal education, evidenced-based coaching and somatic coaching certifications, combined with his extensive world travels and his exposure to the financial services industry, help him create vision and opportunities for organizations seeking to reach their next level of success and commitment.
Peter and his wife Brijet enjoy playing with all the little ones in their lives, including their daughter Naomi, son Marley, and baby boy Calvin. He and his family also enjoy giving back to the community by teaching yoga, leading graffiti-busting projects across the city, and coordinating Habitat for Humanity projects for low-income families.