Follow a good hire with a good transition.

Our job isn’t over when a candidate is hired. The on-boarding process is key to success, so we stick around to help with the transition.

We’re proud of our team of on-boarding coaches. They represent the very best in organizational consulting and leadership development. We have a diverse group of coaches, so we match the best coach with each of our newly placed executives.


Grayce Belvedere Young, MA, MBA

Twenty-five years of organization development and strategic planning make Grayce a veteran. She loves making organizations work better—whether it’s developing team members, implementing change or making boards more effective.

She’s deeply rooted in the Twin Cities community, including serving as trustee for Gustavus Adolphus College and the Women’s Foundation of Minnesota, and board member for Cultural Jambalaya, M.A.P. for Nonprofits, Twin Cities ASTD chapter, among others.

Grayce has seen it all, having lived, worked and traveled in all 50 states and 47 countries across the globe. She likes to bring that big picture perspective to all her good work. 


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David Chapman, PSYD

With more than three decades of experience in executive leadership, David knows people and organizations. He’s got a doctorate in psychology—and a master’s degree in theology for good measure—so he understands the human dynamics at play in every organization. 

David helped build the MBA and International Management graduate program at St. Thomas. He’s coached entrepreneurs and executives across industries in the U.S., Canada, and Europe. He served as dean to over 14,000 students and regularly serves on nonprofit boards.

So it’s fair to say David knows good leadership. And like a good Minnesotan, Dave loves fishing and hockey.


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Yvonne Cheek, PHD

Accelerating intention change in large and small organizations and reducing problem creation is what ignites Yvonne.  As a strategic change consultant, she has worked with foundations, non profits, government agencies, businesses, and higher education in leadership coaching, launching bold initiatives, team alignment, board governance, cross-sector collaboration, and diversity and inclusion.

She has been a trustee of the Jerome Foundation and on the boards of United Way, Women Venture, KFAI Radio, Vocal Essence, and Gillette Children's Specialty Healthcare. Currently she is a trustee with the Blandin Foundation and the Sundance Family Foundation, and a board member of the Minnesota Orchestra.

She enjoys the theater, concerts,  kayaking, and has traveled to 44 countries.

 Yvonne's bachelor's and master's degrees are from the University of North Carolina Greensboro and her Ph.D. is from the University of Michigan.


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June Noronha

June is especially interested in the intersection of cross-cultural learning and negotiation and is passionate about supporting leaders and individuals who want to shine in their lives. She has worked in the philanthropy, government, nonprofit and education sectors. June's expertise is in strategic thinking and consulting, board governance, leadership and organizational development, human rights and managing diversity and equity.

Before launching her coaching and consulting practice, June was a Portfolio Director at the Bush Foundation, Minnesota, working on nation building and government reform with Native American nations. Her current board service includes Minnesota Council on Foundations (MCF) and Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy (AAPIP). She is a certified Executive Coach from the Hudson Institute.


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Bruce Roselle, PHD

The workplace is more fun and less stressful thanks to Bruce. He’s been coaching organizational leaders since 1981, helping them lead fearlessly and wholeheartedly. A licensed psychologist with a doctorate in counseling, Bruce is a recognized expert. 

Bruce wrote the award-winning Fearless Leadership: Conquering Your Fears and the Lies That Drive Them (2006) as well as multiple articles. He’s frequently quoted in print, radio and TV on leadership and workplace issues.

Bruce has made a career of making other peoples’ careers better. The Minnesota Career Development Association noticed and gave him the Lifetime Achievement Award.