Rosanne Scriffignano, PCC, Ph.D.

Who This Coach Works With

My Ideal Client

I partner with clients who are ready to be more effective in their current career or seek new opportunities to enhance their professional growth. I work with professionals from diverse specialties including sales, finance, information technology, operations, and human resources. I also work with small business owners, professionals in career transition, and individuals planning for retirement.

Additional Information

Other Relevant Information

Rosanne is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) with the International Coach Federation. She is also a Certified Re-Career® Coach and a Certified Retirement Coach. She is a Corporate Coach U Certified Graduate (CCUCG) and earned the Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) designation from the HR Certification Institute.

Contact Information

Name

Rosanne Scriffignano, PCC, Ph.D.

Company

WatchGlass Advisors, LLC

County

Essex

Email

rscriff@watchglassadvisors.com

Website

http://www.watchglassadvisors.com

Coach Expertise

Specialty

Business Coaching, Business Communication Skills, Business Start-up, Career Coaching, Communication, Corporate, Executive Coaching, Leadership, Management Skills, Manager as Coach, Personal Coaching, Retirement Goal Setting, Transition, Time Management / Goal Setting / Getting Organized

About This Coach

Experience

Rosanne has over twenty-five years of business experience in a variety of industries.
Specializing in career transition, retirement planning, and business/leadership effectiveness, Rosanne utilizes proven tools and methods to help clients discover their hidden potential while staying focused on aspirations, talents, and goals.

Rosanne is a published author who has been a guest speaker at events sponsored by a variety of academic, public, and private organizations.
Her Ph.D. dissertation is entitled “Examining the influence of goal orientation on leaders’ professional development during executive coaching engagements.” This research was published in the March 2011 issue of Coaching: An International Journal of Theory Research and Practice