Who we are
The Wander Project (Wander) is a woman-owned executive coaching & leadership development firm based in the beautiful Pacific Northwest.
Wander partners with high-achieving leaders who want to live AND work well to more powerfully grow themselves, and their world.
We guide leaders to a higher place of consciousness and started on a path forward to create more meaningful lives, healthier organizations, and a happier planet.
what we do
Wander offers leaders highly personalized and transformative executive coaching packages & leadership development experiences focused on the whole person, not just the professional.
Wander guides you on a journey of self-discovery to create sustainable lifestyle practices that enhance your overall well-being and how you show up. We explore all facets of your leadership - with yourself, with others, and the world - to ensure the impact you’re having is the one you want.
We uncover old patterns, self-sabotaging beliefs, and limiting perspectives to remove blockers and ‘default systems’ that prevent you from creating more meaningful contributions in your life personally & professionally. Wander helps you live in alignment with your values and what energizes you taking full responsibility for the world you create.
Wander offers a wide range of perspective and a proven approach that works.
what you can EXPECt
Better understanding of how you're perceived and the impact you have on others whether intended or not
Awareness of your self-sabotaging beliefs, limiting perspectives, and unhealthy patterns that hold you back and no longer serve you
Encouragement to lean into your strengths to create alignment with your purpose and drive more powerful results in the world
Ability to flex your leadership style depending on the context and circumstances to create what’s needed most in the space
Self-care practices that integrate principles of functional medicine, positive psychology, and mind-body wellness to help you achieve more of what you want from a place of ease
Space to hear your own voice, openly talk things through, and gain outside perspective on a path forward without bias or judgment