Wendy Wallbridge, principal of On Your Mark Corporate Coaching & Consulting, Inc. is a pioneer in the coaching field. Recognized for her groundbreaking coaching techniques she has been interviewed by members of the print media including Fortune Magazine, the San Francisco Chronicle and the New York Times. In 1993 Wendy founded On Your Mark Corporate Coaching when she saw the need for individuals to do work that was both meaningful to them and met the changing needs in the marketplace.
Today On Your Mark works with Fortune 100 leaders and teams seeking breakthrough outcomes and increased productivity in the face of significant, accelerating change. On Your Mark’s clients have included Apple, Intel, Hewlett Packard, ABC-Disney, Wells Fargo, Oracle, Texas Instruments, Genentech, NetApp, VMware and McAfee Security, among others. Wendy is an intuitive coach who focuses on accelerating the success of talented executives who are in new roles or being groomed for larger roles. She helps her clients identify areas of unique strength and vision, assess areas of leadership risk, strategize about key relationships, and promote the immediate and long-term success of their companies. Wendy excels in the essential executive coaching skills of deep listening, strategizing, articulating, and pegging the situation.
In her early twenties, Wendy was diagnosed with lupus, a life-threatening blood disease. Her talent in guiding others to transform themselves was sparked by her fourteen-year struggle with lupus, subsequent kidney transplant and miraculous return to good health. Wendy offers inspiring keynotes for such organizations as UC Berkeley Haas School of Business, the Professional Business Women’s Conference (PBWC), The Commonwealth Club, and Women In Technology International. Wendy is on the Executive Advisory Board for TEDxMarin and the Producer of TEDxSandHillRdWomen. Her forthcoming book, Spiral Up! A Woman’s Path for Leading Life with Power and Grace is based on the Spiral Up! principles she has presented for the past decade to groups of women entrepreneurs, middle managers, individual contributors, and executives.