CEO Coaching

When YOU are Ready to BE the Change

The Warrior CEO

You care more than anyone else.

You live and breathe this company. It keeps you up at night.


Failure is not an option. There are threats around every corner. You are always on high alert. 

Every day is a battle, but you are a warrior and you will fight to the death to make this company a success.

The problem is...

You don't have time to sugar coat things. You expect people to get their jobs done, on time and on point. When they don't, you hold them accountable. But people are so sensitive. They get offended when you aren't nice enough. It's ridiculous. How is anyone supposed to run a company when they have to worry about hurting people's feelings all the time?

And the sense of entitlement... and lack of commitment... and demand for work/life balance... when you are burning your candle at both ends to make payroll for them. It's infuriating.

The real problem is...

You are angry. Why shouldn't you be?


You never feel safe. Being hypervigilant is exhausting. Caring more than anyone else is maddening.


And it's lonely.

And... if you're honest with yourself, you'll realize you have never really felt safe.

You have always been a warrior. Protecting others. Battling demons not just in your professional life but in your personal life as well.

Being a dragon slayer got you to the top of the corporate ladder.

It is also keeping you anxious and alienated.

It doesn't have to be this way.

It is possible to construct a new mindset that will allow you to relax and enjoy your life a little and improve your relationships—without losing your edge. 

It is possible. It is not easy, though. 


This is not your typical CEO coaching, and it is not for the faint of heart.

I only work with CEOs who have gotten to the point where they are highly motivated to change. Instead of needing others to change, which is not working anyway, they are finally ready to change the aspects of themselves that are holding them back.

True courage is demonstrated by those who are willing to look within and take responsibility for how they are showing up in the world, how they are a match to the dynamics at play in their lives, and how they can effect lasting, positive change in themselves.


Applying resilience training to CEO coaching gives leaders

a set of skills that will improve all of their relationships

and serve them for the rest of their lives.

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CEO Coaching that Builds Resilience

These skills improve all relationshipspersonal and professional.

EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE SKILLS you regulate your emotions and take care of yourself in highly stressful situations.

INTERPERSONAL SKILLS you communicate effectively and build supportive relationships.

MIND-BODY SKILLS you repair the physical effects of stress and access your Inner Wisdom when making decisions.

The MacDermott Method Resilience Model

Self-awareness helps you take responsibility for your side of your relationships.

Playing to your STRENGTHS, owning and mitigating your weaknesses, welcoming feedback, and exploring your blindspots allows you to be agile and perform well under stress.  

Making your NEEDS a priority and finding a way to balance them with those of your business (and personal) partners as well as those of the employees you lead creates a culture that brings out the best in everyone.

Living in alignment with your VALUES and making sure the corporate culture aligns as well is a critical component of high-performing companies with loyal, engaged employees.

Making sure the BELIEFS you bring to your leadership role serve you, your employees and the company as a whole is a fundamental element of success.

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