Crista Salvatore is a seasoned leadership coach known for her expertise in helping executives, high potentials, and professionals tap into their authentic style. Her clients produce exceptional results through leveraging their strengths and increasing their capacity to take action. For 10+ years, she has worked in talent and organizational development. Her experience has fostered proven results for her clients where she delivered practical learning solutions focused on leadership and team performances. Crista has coached and trained individuals to success from many organizations and industries: financial services, technology, insurance, medical services, education, and non-profit.
Crista takes an intuitive approach to coaching. Her strong insights and instinct foster self-awareness in individuals and teams. Clients receive a holistic view of themselves and leverage that understanding to improve their presence and performance. Crista’s coaching engagements enhance clients focus on their inner game: increasing their own confidence and maximizing their ability to make a meaningful impact in their organization. She coaches leaders on their self-management, emotional intelligence, presentation, and leadership/management skills.
Additionally, Crista is certified on a variety of assessment tools: Hogan Assessments Systems, and The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator. She utilizes 360-degree feedback and other assessment data to identify both strengths and development priorities for the client. Through this process, she assists leaders in creating and implementing an action plan to further develop their skills to inspire a higher level of performance.
Crista graduated cum laude with a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology and a Business Studies minor at Providence College. She completed an Executive Education Program in Change and Consultation: Principles and Practices of Organization Development at Columbia University in 2011. She also completed a Professional Coaching Program from CoachNewYork at Baruch College’s Zicklin School of Business in 2014.