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Coaching is a personal subject and it is important to find a coach that is a good fit for your goals as well as your style.  To help ensure there is a good mutual fit, I offer a 30-minute introductory session where you will learn more about what coaching entails as well as gain an understanding of my approach to coaching and style. I look forward to meeting you and helping you accelerate your progress toward your goals. If you are ready to get started, please complete the form below.

Darren Reinke, Group Sixty Coach

Darren Reinke, Group Sixty Coach

About Darren Reinke

I have 20 years of experience in consulting, coaching, marketing, corporate strategy, and business development and I have spent time at leading companies such as Accenture, Neutrogena, and Gap. In addition, I have launched several entrepreneurial endeavors focused on outdoor sports as well as the education market.  I received a BS from UC Davis and an MBA from UC Berkeley. In addition, I am a graduate of Coach U's Core Essentials program.

My approach to coaching has been forged through my professional experiences as a consultant, marketer, and entrepreneur as well as personal experiences in athletics and being a father.  As someone who is committed to lifelong learning and trying to get better every day, my work with coaching clients is focused on ongoing improvement while accelerating progress toward increasingly ambitious and even audacious goals. It is important to me to foster a nurturing environment built on trust, but I will also challenge my clients to strive for even greater heights. In doing so, my clients not only achieve professional success, but also are able to apply new insights and lessons to enhance their personal lives.

If you are ready to get started, please fill out the form below to sign-up for your 30 minute complimentary coaching call. I look forward to talking to you and helping you on your path to success!

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