Chief thought provoker, Marc A. Wolfe sees the world of business with a vision of what it can be versus where it is. As a certified International Coach Federation (ICF) executive coach, he is passionate about assisting businesses and executives in achieving greater success through his expertise in communication, business processes, and technology solutions. He guides organizations and individuals through a systematic process that provides clarity, direction, and results while gaining new perspectives.
Marc developed his unique forward-motion strategy through his professional consulting experience. As an entrepreneur, Marc has started six businesses, four by the time he was 28. Marc's experience with Fortune 500 and midsize clients include Becton Dickinson, The Mayo Clinic, CNBC, Toys R Us, Turner Broadcast Systems, Bermuda Yellow Pages, Modern Language Assoc., Billy Graham Evangelistic Assoc., Hartz Mountain, The Lampo Group/Dave Ramsey and Tiffany & Co.
Marc has been contacted for his strategic insights by McKinsey & Company, Oliver Wyman (Marsh & McLennan), and quoted by CNNMoney.com, CMP Media, CRN, and has appeared in The Performance Magazine. He is co-authoring a book entitled “Yeah But… A Guidebook for Moving Life Forward & Leaving Excuses and Alibis Behind”
Marc has a Bachelor of Science in Marketing from Fairleigh Dickinson University. He is married to Laura for 18 years; they have two teenage daughters. Originally from NJ, Marc and his family now live outside Nashville, TN.
I believe Jesus Christ is the Son of God and have personally accepted His gift of salvation. I believe the Bible is God's inspired revelation to man and I endeavor to live in obedience to its principles and commands. I am a member in good standing of a local church and support the work of Christ with my time, talents and financial resources (or am seeking out a church to be involved in this way).