Leadership is lonely
As leaders are elevated in their organization, a common mantra is: “Who can I turn to?” Being a leader can be a lonely place because of the social, emotional, and professional expectations that come with the role.
I support leaders by providing a safe and confidential space for open and honest dialogue. I seek to ask thoughtful questions, actively listen, and meet you where you are.
Leadership is complex
With an increasingly dynamic and demanding workplace, there isn’t a “silver-bullet” solution to anything. Business strategies, board demands, and direct reports can be exponentially challenging.
I support leaders to gain clarity by customizing a pathway towards collecting human-centered data. This approach includes surveys, interviews, and discovery.
Leadership is paralyzing
When there isn’t one right answer, “getting-it-right” can be paralyzing. Sometimes, leadership requires the courage to put one foot in front of the other.
I support leaders by creating a simple roadmap to solve some of their biggest challenges. We work together to accomplish impactful and simple steps.
I coach leaders to gain clarity, take courageous action, and cultivate meaningful community.
Danny Kim catalyzes individuals and organizations to perform at their best.
Danny coaches leaders when the stakes are high and decisions are complex. Using the power of inquiry, Danny asks insightful questions at pivotal moments to help leaders gain clarity and take courageous action. He is a gifted facilitator who creates psychologically safe environments for individual thinking and group collaboration. As a storyteller and keynote speaker, Danny inspires movement and momentum.
Danny is an Organizational Consultant at Centauric working with individuals and organizations of all sizes creating compelling experiences to help individuals and teams maximize their potential. He is an on-call faculty at the Center for Creative Leadership as well as an experienced Gallup-Certified Clifton Strengths coach.
Danny holds a Masters of Divinity and is currently working on his doctorate in I/O Psychology. His dissertation will focus on the relationship between problematic smartphone use and emotional intelligence.
Danny lives in San Diego, CA with his wife EJ and two dogs. He enjoys surfing, watching the Lakers, and meaningful conversations over a good cup of coffee.