Gayle Irvin, RN, MA, PCC

Gayle IrvinGayle is an Executive Coach and Management Consultant. Her practice centers on Organizational Development; in particular, leadership, coaching, teams — the human side of organizational life.

Gayle works at the intersection of academic theory and real-life organizational challenges. As a manager, she led a large team in an operational environment. This experience gives Gayle a unique edge in coaching, which reflects her belief in the importance of humanistic values, meaningful interpersonal interactions, bold action and connecting to one’s deep purpose and meaning in life and work.

icflogocolorGayle is Gestalt trained and incorporates these theories, models, and concepts into her work. She is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) through the International Coach Federation (ICF.) Gayle trains and mentors people working towards their certification through the International Coach Federation.

Gayle earned a MA from Columbia University in Organizational Psychology and Leadership, and a BA from Moravian College in Industrial Organizational Psychology.

Her experience includes work in corporations, non-profits, the healthcare industry, financial services, religious institutions, government services, and publishing. Her first career was as a Registered Nurse specializing in psychiatric nursing and substance abuse counseling.

Gayle was an Internal Organizational Development Consultant for The New York Times. For five years, Gayle lived and worked internationally. She has worked extensively with the Church of Scotland. Among other successes, she developed a coaching program and continues to train and mentor a team of coaches in Scotland.

Gayle is currently working in the United States and United Kingdom and available for personal consultation, coaching, training, and public speaking on topics related to this website.

Certifications
  • Emotional Competency Inventory (ECI)
  • Emotional Quotient Inventory (EQ-i) 2.0
  • Group Development Questionnaire (GDQ)
  • Herrmann Brain Dominant Inventory (HBDI)
  • Behavioral Event Interviewing (BEI)
  • Human Resources Management
  • Situational Leadership
Trainings Offered
  • Emotional Intelligence in Leadership
  • Utilizing Coaching Skills in Management
  • Meeting Management
  • Building Effective Teams
  • Difficult Conversations
  • Feedback and Feed Forward
  • Employee Selection
  • Performance Management
  • Goal Setting
  • Employee Development
Clients
  • New York University Langone Medical Center
  • City of New York; Child Protective Services
  • The New York Times
  • The Church of Scotland
  • Visiting Nurses of New York City
  • University of Virginia Darden School of Business
  • PARITY
  • Columbia University School of Business
  • Union Seminary
  • Faith in Community Scotland
  • Presbytery of New York City