Alix Felsing relishes creating those aha! moments of insight.
As an organization development consultant, executive coach, and teacher of resilience and journaling, she helps people reconsider their assumptions. As an editor of books and book proposals, she helps writers clarify their thinking and shape their work.
She designs training that prompts greater self-awareness, autonomy and competence. She uses practical strategies to help clients achieve their goals.
Alix discovered a love of teaching and coaching when she coordinated training efforts for McClatchy’s regional publishing center at The Charlotte Observer. She organized, created and led strategic training as the publishing center added online publishing capacity to its print-oriented work.
During that time, she earned a master’s degree in organization development and a coaching certificate from Queens University of Charlotte, developing expertise in resilience and career derailment.
Her clients include the Davidson Centre for the Professions, which provides renewal programs for clergy. She also has worked with individual clients in journalism, banking, psychology, leadership development, information technology and other professions.
She has edited professional development materials, including the books The Owner’s Manual for Values at Work and The Values Tookit, for the Center for Applied Cognitive Studies. She also created a leadership development workbook to accompany the Actualized Leader Profile assessment for EnPro, a global manufacturing company.
Alix administers the WorkPlace Big Five 4.0™ personality profile, the DISC communication assessment and The Values Profile™. She has a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Michigan State University.