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Join a group of exceptional Leadership Coaches!

Torch Labs is looking for coaches to help managers in the tech community become better leaders than they ever thought possible.

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You'll be an important part of our leadership coaching team and will be responsible for supporting at least 5 leaders in identifying interpersonal challenges, defining concrete goals to address those challenges, and providing thought partnership and accountability in guiding your clients from where they are now to where they never thought they would be able to go.

You have a natural ability to listen deeply and to reflect one's core qualities back to him/her in a way that expands self-insight and builds confidence and ability.

You have a Doctorate or Masters degree in Clinical or Counseling Psychology, Human Development, Organizational Development, or a related field (MBAs with significant coaching experience will also be considered).

You're also passionate about startups and technology, and you know what it's like to balance the demands of a fast paced, ever changing career and a personal life.

Beyond an amazing coaching background, to apply for this role you must have a rock solid internet connection (for video conferencing), a confidential space for hosting client sessions with a clean white background, and proficiency with Gsuite, Zoom, Slack, and other basic internet technologies. You will meet with your clients every other week for a sixty minute session.

Note that this application cannot be completed incrementally. You will need to complete it in one session.

Please apply here:


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