tricia exmanTricia Exman is a transformation coach, leadership developer, author, and speaker. She has over twenty years of experience in corporate roles that include Vice President of Global Project Management and Operations Director of small to mid-sized businesses, and as an Organization and Leadership Development Analyst with Lockheed Martin. A summa cum laude graduate from the University of Alabama, her credentials include Professional Path Certified Coach, accreditation in Emotional Intelligence, and introductory level training in Right Brain Therapy. She also holds certifications in numerous personality profiling tools and facilitation skills for leadership training including Path Elements Profile (PEP Licensed), Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI Certified Practitioner), Personal Strengths (SDI Qualified), EI360 (IHHP Accredited Facilitator), and Leadership Development and Training (DDI Certified Facilitator/Targeted Selection Trainer). Tricia is the President and Founder of Presence Coaching and Tricia Exman Ministries. For individual or organizational coaching, contact Tricia here.

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What Our Clients Say

  • “I’ve never been one to consider coaching. In 2015, I had the best year of my life financially speaking. However, I felt that I was still hitting a wall and decided to hire Tricia as my coach to help me push past my walls. At the second to last day of the first quarter of 2016, I have surpassed my entire income for last year. People always say the biggest investment you can make is in yourself, but sometimes it’s hard to equate money in with personal growth out. But I can absolutely say that what I have earned this year has been a direct result of the person I have become as a byproduct of coaching. I would not have been able to break through those barriers on my own.” - Nick M.

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Twisted Truths

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If you are holding this book, chances are you desire significant and lasting change in one or more areas of your life, the life of someone you care about, or the world around you. How do you do that? Why does history repeat itself—both our personal histories and that of our societies? If all our best efforts at creating change seem to land us in the same place over and over again, then what is transformation, really? Read More
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