21 August 2012 and 14 May 2013
Hosted by Patricia Hirsch, MCC, MBA




“Coaching Leaders through Individual and Organizational Transformations”


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Rich Maxwell, PCC


Rich Maxwell has been an organizational leader, spending 20 years as a hospital administrator. Now he coaches organizational leaders who want to transform their organizations, a process that begins with the individual leader and evolves through the organization in a way that moves people along their own path of development while also changing the culture of the organization along the way. It is up to the leaders to guide this transformation in a way that meets the needs of the business and the people who make up the business, while not forgetting the customers and clients the organization is designed to serve. All voices have a say in the way the company runs, and great leaders know that, listen to it, and lead to the future that the voices describe. Join Patricia as she and Rich explore the challenges of leadership today and learn how great leaders can both listen and act to create a more desirable and fulfilling experience for employees, customers, vendors, and anyone else who interacts with the company. How great would it be, and how successful would businesses be, if it were fun, fulfilling, and profitable to go to work everyday?

Rich Maxwell is an Executive Coach and owner of Maxwell & Associates. Rich received an undergraduate degree from the University of Virginia and a Masters in Health Administration from the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University. He received his coach training through CoachU and served for several years on their faculty. For twenty years, he served hospitals as a member of the hospital administration, including ten years as the Administrator/President. In 1995, Rich formed Maxwell & Associates, a coaching and consulting firm. Since starting his coaching business he has served a wide variety of hospital and hospice groups including their executives, middle managers, and physicians, as well as coaching executives and managers in several non-healthcare companies. Utilizing his coaching skills combined with leading edge concepts in leadership such a Tribal Leadership, Situational Leadership, The Five Dysfunctions of a Team, and others, Rich strives to serve his clients from of his core values of honesty and integrity, the other fellow first, and leadership while working with his client to help them reach the top of their mountains.


  1. www.MaxwellCoaching.com
  2. Rich@MaxwellCoaching.com
  3. 843-768-2227