Belmont, Mass. (PRWEB) August 1, 2007
ThinkPeople (http://www.thinkpeople.com), a coaching and consulting firm, is proud to announce that its President, Jean M. DiGiovanna, CPCC, has been named one of the "Top 10 Coaches" by Women's Business Boston. The list of winners appeared in the July 2007 issue of the publication.
"Our Top 10 list is created from the 300 submissions that we received from the readers of Women's Business Boston," said Vicki Donlan, publisher. "Many of the Top 10 received dozens of nominations. We look very carefully at the entries and select only those that most accurately portray the individual as someone who should make the list."
"Jean has held the vision for me and my business when I have doubted myself", says Laura Klein, President of Gut Marketing and a long-standing client of ThinkPeople. "She challenged me to grow beyond my comfort zone and held my feet to the fire, for which I am eternally grateful."
Ms. DiGiovanna founded ThinkPeople in 1998 after holding senior positions in Cambridge Technology Partners helping them grow from 90 to 3000 and from one office to over 30 worldwide. The firm offers corporate training, facilitation and executive coaching in the areas of communication, team effectiveness, leadership and employee growth and development and offers life and business coaching in the areas of career transition, work life balance and small business management. Current clients include Cognizant Technology Solutions, Optaros, Ascend Consulting and Celanese Corporation.
Ms. DiGiovanna has been a member of the International Coaches Federation since 2001 and accepted into the National Speakers Association in 2004.
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