Steven Heller

Steve Heller, MS, CLC, PCC Program Director, Certificate in Leadership Coaching Program: Certificate in Leadership Coaching Steve Heller is a dynamic and committed Leadership Coach, who specializes in helping leaders achieve new levels of personal effectiveness.

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Steve is particularly interested in the power of clarity, consistency and constancy in driving performance breakthroughs in organizations. A member of the International Coach Federation (ICF), Steve served for many years on the Board of Directors of its Washington, DC chapter (including a term as its President), and holds an ICF Professional Certified Coach (PCC) credential. He obtained his Certificate in Leadership Coaching from Georgetown University, and also holds a BSE degree from the Johns Hopkins University and an MSE degree from the University of Pennsylvania. A lifelong learner, Steve has studied new leadership paradigms with Dr. Margaret Wheatley, leadership agility with Dr. Bill Joiner, presence-based coaching with Doug Silsbee and growth edge coaching with the team led by Dr. Jennifer Garvey Berger. After six years as an Adjunct Faculty member for Georgetown’s Leadership Coaching Certificate program, Steve became its Program Director in January of 2015. He is also an occasional guest lecturer at the National War College and coaches TED Fellows via the SupporTED program. Steve is also a member of the Global Sufficiency Network, the ICF’s Leadership Coaching Community of Practice, the Growth Edge Network and the DCASTD/CBODN Coaching Special Interest Group (SIG). Steve contributed a chapter titled “The Case for Cultivating Present-Moment Self-Awareness in Leaders and Coaches” to Christine Wahl, Clarice Scriber, and Beth Bloomfield, eds. On Becoming a Leadership Coach: A Holistic Approach to Coaching Excellence. Steve can be reached at