Our Services

Coaching, Consulting, Collaborating

Leadership and executive coaching

the coach's coach

Hourly or Project Rates. We understand the times right now in sports and have packages and discounts that reflect the current circumstances.

We coach the leader, you coach the game and the team. Through the use of one-to-one coaching, we partner with you to increase confidence, regain joy and achieve your goals. Grow your game, your career, or your organization to new heights or in a new direction. We can facilitate conversations with your team, but–more importantly⎯ we help prepare you to lead those conversations yourself.


Strategic advising for the coach or executive from someone prepared and experienced at the highest levels of sports.

Project based pricing plans.

Whether on the field or working with your sales team and administrative staff sometimes you need a new set of eyes to assess what’s going on and offer tangible, actionable insights. Teams in the midst of a turn-around require immediate action, but also the capacity to execute a long-term plan. They are less about talk and more about action. Teams and organizations who are already good, but have ambition to be great, recognize that progress gets harder and the margins shrink the closer we get to the top. We love to work on this challenge with you.


let's work together.

Fees/profit sharing based on project and role

Co-create with you, or we work with our extended contacts, resources and partners to create unique and effective solutions and offerings. Check out our work at Coachability Consultants or ask to see examples: You’re Boring, I can Help, or The Leadership Ladder for High School Teams.

motivational & Keynote Speaking

in-person & Virtual Events

Corporate, Sports and Non-Profit pricing available.

Marcia McDermott won a regular season and post-season championship with the Carolina Courage of the WUSA after finishing in last place the prior year. The journey from “worst to first” provides rich insights about the lessons learned–planning, communication, building the right team–and the manner in which she and her staff changed and built a championship team.

She has been a part of numerous start-up soccer teams (college and pro) and knows the keys to creating your own winning culture. 


''There's more to it than that. ... You have to focus on the development of players, on reaching a higher and higher level. Winning is a byproduct of that. The hardest thing to control is winning; there are so many variables. You pursue excellence - I think that's a maxim in all sports. You can be very results-oriented, but if you're not taking care of development, two things occur. One, your success will be shallow; and second, it will be fleeting.''