Technology is important, but people always get the deciding vote.
Christina Bassani, managing partner at UTC Partners, is a Certified Professional Coach (CPC), committed to coaching leaders and high potential team members to drive powerful and productive results. Christina offers leaders personalized development plans to grow their impact and drive powerful results through challenging business environments. She is passionate about giving leaders the tools they need to lead with character and confidence. Christina believes that leaders are a strategic asset and that leadership is a skill to be nurtured and developed no matter how far along we are in our careers.
In addition to coaching, Christina leverages her foundation of operational excellence and passion for problem solving helping corporations pivot their organizations to win in the future. Often times her coaching and consulting go hand-in-hand as she helps teams lead through change without sacrificing their current quarter execution. She can help her clients strike this balance, because as a consultant, she rolls up her sleeves and works side-by-side with her clients to capitalize on the chaos of transformation.
Christina has spent her career connecting actions to results and connecting results to objectives – ultimately driving accountability and insights throughout ambitious organizations. Where there are roadblocks to success, Christina works with team members and partnering organizations to break down barriers to execution.
Christina believes in hard work, honoring her commitments, delivering value to her clients and serving her community with humility and gratitude. She extends her passion for driving transformational results by coaching and mentoring youth and adults who are transitioning out of challenging situations into meaningful paths forward. Christina derives tremendous satisfaction from her client engagements and challenges herself further with fitness and her love for the great outdoors – from hiking, to cycling, to kayaking, and snowboarding, when the sun is up, her happy place is outside.
It is important for leaders to consider how they are communicating to their teams, because good intentions, without good context, can still lead to poor outcomes across the enterprise.