Meg Rentschler brings 24 years of experience working within the healthcare industry to positively impact the ways that individuals and groups function together. In her work as an executive and business coach, she strives to help individuals and teams work more cooperatively and productively. Meg’s extensive experience within the field of psychotherapy has given her a strong background in understanding human interaction and behavior and has been invaluable to her coaching practice.
Additionally, Meg has extensive experience in working with executive and management teams in the worst of times. In her capacity as a Certified Critical Incident responder, she has intervened to re-establish stability and function following traumatic events in the workplace. Since beginning this work in 1992, she has responded to over 200 critical incidents, including but not limited to the trauma caused by accidents and deaths in the workplace, robbery, economic downsizing and natural disasters.
As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Associate Certified Coach, she helps companies grow their employees and leadership creating healthier work environments. Meg’s experience stretches across industries, having worked with clients in transportation, technology, financial, healthcare and service industries.
Meg graduated with her Master of Social Work from the University of Michigan and earned her Bachelor of Science from Michigan State University. She holds a Graduate Certificate in Executive and Professional Coaching from the University of Texas at Dallas and serves on the Board of the International Coach Federation-North Texas Chapter. Meg is a Certified Winslow Business Consultant, is certified in the 4-D system of team building and is certified through the National Association of Productivity Coaches.