What they say

“I have been working with Steve for just over three years and have found him to be a thoughtful and trusted advisor. In his role as my executive coach he has always provided thoughtful and honest feedback that has proven invaluable as I continue to grow into my role as CEO. I would have no hesitation in recommending Steve to anyone interested in becoming a better leader, better manager or simply a better person! I enjoy my regular meeting with Steve, and look forward to working with him in the future.”

Neil Kirby, CEO, Edimer Pharmaceuticals

“Steve Stulck worked with our organization during a very stressful time. We were emerging from the economic impact of the recession and all the attendant organizational stresses. Steve brought a great deal of experience and insight to bear and provided many useful organizational frameworks. Most of all he brought a finely tuned listening ear and an open mind. Steve truly helped our organization regroup and move forward with confidence.”

Sean J. Kavanaugh, Chief Executive Officer, The Ariel Group

“We have hired and worked with Steve in a number of capacities at the Union of Concerned Scientists. He has worked with us as a personal coach, a team coach and an organizational consultant. His insight and advice has been invaluable and I recommend him highly. Steve is a clear seeing, articulate and thoughtful person. He has a calm, kind ability to speak the truth and help individuals and groups see what is and how best to work with it. He understands and appreciates mission driven organizations, and offers valuable advice on organizational dynamics. His coaching work has enabled a number of very valuable employees to become much more effective and his keen observations have helped improve team-work in a number of challenging situations.”

Cheryl Schaffer, VP Finance & Administration, UCS

“I had the opportunity to work with Steve Stulck to advance my leadership skills in several areas. In particular Steve’s coaching and support helped me to refine my communication style, leveraging humor while still being respected as a strong leader, without being intimidating.”

Marilyn A. Daly, RN MPH, Chief Information Officer, Neighborhood Health Plan