Meg Rentschler is an Executive and Business Productivity Coach dedicated to assisting management teams in maximizing the potential of individuals within their organizations, through customized teambuilding and/or coaching programs designed to meet business objectives. As a psychotherapist and a business owner in private practice for more than two decades, Meg has the benefit of understanding people and their challenges, as well as the keys to building a successful business.
Using a solution-focused approach in her work with individuals and teams, Meg helps management to identify goals and desired outcomes, maximizing inherent strengths within their teams and organizations, as well as addressing the challenges at hand. With over 24 years in the mental health field, Meg also has the experience to work with individuals to improve relationship dynamics in the workplace. Her knowledge of human behavior and the impact that stress has on performance as well as individual and team productivity has proven invaluable for the companies with whom she works.
Additionally, Meg has extensive experience in working with executive and management teams in the worst of times. In her capacity as a Certified Critical Incident responder, she has intervened to re-establish stability and function following traumatic events in the workplace. Since beginning this work in 1992, she has responded to over 200 critical incidents, including but not limited to the trauma caused by accidents and deaths in the workplace, robbery, economic downsizing and natural disasters.
Meg graduated with her Master of Social Work from the University of Michigan and earned her Bachelor of Science from Michigan State University. She holds a Graduate Certificate in Executive and Professional Coaching from the University of Texas at Dallas and is a Professional Certified Coach through the International Coach Federation. Meg is a Certified Winslow Business consultant, using this assessment for selection and development of employees, managers and executives within business. She is certified by the Center for Creative Leadership in their 360 assessment tools to help executive’s measure where they are and grow to where they want to be. NASA’s 4D-team of how to turn underachieving teams into highly productive, collaborative teams by focusing on 4 dimensions of team dynamics is one of many systems that she uses when strengthening teams. When emphasizing productivity, Meg is able to work with executives and their teams to maximize their resources and guide them to become more efficient in less time.
Meg’s experience stretches across industries, having worked with clients in transportation, technology, financial, healthcare and service industries including American Airlines, Hawker Beechcraft, Grant Thornton, CACI, First National Bank, Aetna Healthcare and Bell Helicopter to name a few. She is currently on faculty at the University of Texas at Dallas in the Graduate Program for Executive and Professional Coaching.