Janet Keller, PCC, CPCC, is an executive coach working with leaders and executive teams in the non-profit and public sectors. In her work she focuses on increasing personal and organizational sustainability, creating visions with traction, and cultivating enjoyment. She has provided coaching and consulting services in the areas of organizational development, strategic planning, team building, and board effectiveness. She has advised executive teams on organizational effectiveness, provided facilitation and mediation services, and designed and delivered curriculum on topics including peak performance, communication, and sustainable leadership.
She is a senior faculty member (and former Director of Certification) at the Co-Active Training Institute, where she received her CPCC designation in 1995. Leading a rigorous 6-month coach training program, she was responsible for curriculum design, faculty training and development, student experience, and tracking trends in coach training pedagogy. A long-time member of ICF, she received her PCC in 2006. In 2019-20 she served on the ICF task force responsible for updating the ICF PCC Markers.
In her past life, Janet was an award-winning actress who performed professionally in the San Francisco Bay Area, New York and throughout Europe. She is currently working on a one-woman show that she plans to perform across the U.S.