Linda Miller believes that successful organizations are supported by strong internal
dynamics. Before becoming a coach, Linda worked for 12 years in the behavioral science
field, specializing in building productive and collaborative relationships typically
dealing with major sources of conflict. Today, Linda is known as an executive coach
and facilitator. Her clients include leaders and teams from Alltel, Black and Decker,
Boeing, Deloitte, Disney, Duke Energy, Franklin Templeton, KPMG, Newell Rubbermaid,
Nissan, Otsuka, and WD40. She has delivered coach training at career resource centers
affiliated with Thunderbird, the University of Washington and USC's MBA programs.
Linda co-wrote much of the coaching materials for Western Seminary.
Currently, Linda serves as an Executive Coach and Global Liaison for Coaching with The Ken Blanchard Companies. She is a founding recipient of the Master Certified Coach designation from the International Coach Federation and has served on their board.
In the not-for-profit arena, Linda and her husband have served on several church staffs, and Linda has coached a number of senior pastors and denominational leaders. In June 2009, Linda was awarded an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters by Western Seminary based on her contribution to the Christian coaching community.
Linda lives and golfs in Phoenix, AZ with her husband. They have two married daughters.