Margaret Enloe JD, PPC
Margaret Enloe is a professional certified coach and speaker who works with attorneys and non-legal professionals to increase job satisfaction and resilience, improve leadership and business development skills, and facilitate transitions.
Margaret brings an extensive career in law with over thirty years working both as an in-house and firm attorney. Margaret has held leadership roles including as a Partner and Associate General Counsel at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP where she represented the firm on a wide variety of legal matters for over 25 years.
More about Margaret
Prior to joining PwC, Margaret was a litigation associate at Skadden Arps and had a federal judicial clerkship in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
Margaret received her master coaching certification from the Hudson Institute and is a Professional Certified Coach with the International Coach Federation. Her many years as a partner in a Big Four accounting firm, as a lawyer, a mother and cancer survivor help inform the work she does with clients, which they find tremendously valuable.
Margaret has three grown children and resides in Manhattan with her husband.
Working with me will provide you with skills to handle stress and the curve balls that life and the professional world throw at you. I’m easy to connect with on a personal level but know how to challenge a client and keep them motivated to make desired changes.
With all prospective clients, we’ll have a 30-45 minute “right-fit” discussion. If it’s a “go,” I ask clients to fill in a short questionnaire before our first coaching meeting so I can hit the ground running at our first meeting. Payment is not due until after this first meeting so the client can have confidence that the engagement will work well for them.
Most clients find it valuable during an engagement to:
- focus on a couple of specific goals
- decide what action they will take, and when, to achieve those goals
- identify what bad habits and other obstacles will get in the way of taking action
- consider who can help them be successful short-term and long-term
- envision what success will look like
When appropriate, I use several assessments, including EQi 2.0 and the Enneagram, to help a client hone in on their strengths, weaknesses, skills and values. The client may also create a development plan and review relevant articles, Ted Talks, and other content I share along the way.
There is no cookie cutter approach, but the process is always geared to help the client move forward and make changes they desire but find difficult to achieve on their own.