Brandon Twine is an executive coach in enVision’s Leadership & Executive Acceleration & Development practice. Leveraging more than 20 years of broad experience, he develops and coaches executives, emerging leaders, and high potential staff. His passion is to help people grow as visionaries, inspirers, and leaders in the many roles of their lives. He does this in order to create a more fulfilling environment for the people in organizations, and to align culture with performance.
In his career he has had many roles, including marketing director, team leader, coach, and clinical counselor. He has done this work in contexts including professional and consulting service organizations, corporate leadership, coaching entrepreneurship, and mental health agencies. Through this experience, he has developed a keen understanding of the motivations and behavior that exemplify strong and effective leadership presence.
His approach is co-active and mindfulness-based, which is informed by an emotional and social intelligence orientation. He coaches individuals, groups, and teams. He also designs and delivers leadership development programs. Through this, he focuses on helping leaders relate with their people, and cultivates adaptive leadership and social intelligence competencies. He has helped a wide variety of leaders and individuals achieve greater levels of measurable performance, fulfillment, and results in their organizations and their lives.
Brandon’s career includes over 15 years as a director with commercial real estate firms such as Cushman & Wakefield and Grubb & Ellis, as well as leadership positions in the financial services and engineering industries. Throughout these roles, Brandon was widely regarded for developing leaders and talent, and positioning his organizations for market growth.
Brandon is a Certified Professional Co-Active Coach (CPCC) and is an Associate Certified Coach (ACC) through the International Coach Federation (ICF). He has earned a Master of Arts Degree in Counseling Psychology from Naropa University, where he served as a clinical intern at the Jefferson Center for Mental Health. He earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English Literature from the University of Oregon.
Coaching Style: Using a co-designed alliance, Brandon clients create meaningful change, by achieving greater fulfillment and balance, cultivate self-awareness, align their actions with their core values, and achieve the success they desire. He practices from many orientations, including Co-Active Coaching, mindfulness-based counseling psychology, and Acceptance and Commitment Training.