in the Media
If you are a media representative and would
interview Judy Feld about executive coaching,
workplace trends, leadership strategies, retirement options,
work-life balance, university coaching programs or
related topics, we invite your questions, comments, reqests
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In The Media
Creating Your Best Life, by Caroline Miller
(Sterling Publishing, January 2009)
"My coach, Judy Feld, kept me moving with astutue suggestions and
Business 2.0: January 2004
"When I Say Work, I Mean Work! "A good coach can make ...your
entire existence easier." (an excerpt)
Karen Duester's coach, Judy Feld, challenged her client to eliminate
the chief sources of distraction. "Judy asked me what would happen
if I simply stopped picking up the phone and answering my e-mail during
working hours," Duester (President of Food Consulting Co.) recalls.
"I thought, that's a great idea....Revenues are up 60 percent since
Feld started providing advice, and Duester is considerably less harried.
"Karen needed to filter what gets in," says Feld....In the
process of learning to set boundaries, Duester has also weeded out difficult
clients who take more time than they're worth.
Smart Money: The Wall Street Journal Magazine
of Personal Business (an excerpt): January 2004
In the article “Just Rewards — Expert
advice on how to negotiate...", Your job doesn't directly affect
your firm's profits? Note your indirect impact. "If you're in human
resources, show how you designed and implemented incentive programs
that motivated the sales force to work harder," says Judy Feld,
an executive and career coach in Dallas.
The School Administrator: November 2003
Executive Coaching (cover story)
Feld says coaching is on the increase because it works. She says most
gains in the private sector come in the form of increased productivity,
greater job satisfaction, higher retention rates and more skilled leadership.
New York Times:October 7, 2001
When the Work Path Turns, Can a Guide Help? (an excerpt)
Lori Sallet, 37, hired Ms. Feld after leaving MCI in 1999 after it was
acquired by WorldCom. "Then I was faced with `Where do I go next?'
" said Ms. Sallet, who was also re- evaluating her life in Washington,
where she was living at the time....Ms. Feld also helped Ms. Sallet
change the way she approached her work life. ...But Ms. Sallet's work
with Ms. Feld did not end there. Shecontinues to consult with her coach
almost every week and has used the relationship to help her build her
business and draw boundaries...."I'm very happy," she said.
"First of all she's helped me make my business very successful,
and successful on my own terms." "The client has to feel the
coach understands the world they live in; there needs to be good chemistry
and good communication," Ms. Feld said.
Working Woman (an excerpt): August 2000
Judy Feld, an executive and professional coach in Dallas, gets about
250 E-mail messages daily and sorts them into categories, organizing
them with filters and labels.
BusinessWeek.com (an excerpt): April 5, 2000
"If self-employment still sounds appealing....master your business
skills before you can realistically consider working for yourself, according
to Judy Feld, a business and professional coach in Dallas."
Experience.com (an excerpt): April 4, 2000
Is telephone coaching catching on? Judy Feld is one coach who prefers
to work in the virtual world "... because it takes less time
— a minute after the call they're (my clients) back to
doing their work — it's cost-effective
Fast Company (an excerpt): March 2000
CyberCoach Feld says, "E-mail helps us move the advice-giving process
so much faster. Using E-mail, I've been able to review (with my clients)
resumes, cover letters, even outlines of talking points for an interview."
Working Woman (an excerpt): February 2000
If the thrill is gone, maybe you're riding through life a little too
easily.... If you're intimidated, "ask yourself what's the worst
thing that could happen," suggests Dallas business coach Judy Feld...because
"Ninety-five percent of the time it's something you can deal with."
TechRepublic (an excerpt): July 27, 1999
Judy F. Feld and Ernest F. Oriente created "Coaching Success TeleForums",
which really fill the bill for companies that have the need to stay
connected to more than one person."
TechRepublic (an excerpt): July 22, 1999
Fortune (an excerpt): September 1998
"Have you ever wanted to bounce your ideas and thoughts off a person
whose sole purpose is to help you professionally and personally? CIOs
consult Feld for advice on organizational change, success strategies,
strategic planning, leadership and decision-making skills."
Sue Moore says of her work with Judy Feld, "I needed the discipline
of someone being with me every week, making sure I stuck to my goals."