About Martha Lynn
“If you want to be successful, know what you are doing, love what you are doing and believe in what you are doing.”
Martha Lynn instinctively listens to what’s most important to you. She is passionate about supporting and guiding leaders and business owners to reach higher levels of success through performance and provides the tools and insights to get them there. With over 15 years of experience in executive coaching, management coaching, and 1:1 coaching, Martha Lynn has a wide range of knowledge across multiple levels of corporate structure, the dynamics of large corporations, and the challenge of growing small to mid-size businesses.
While experience is key, Martha Lynn is well trained. She holds a B.S. degree in Applied Learning and Development from the University of Texas at Austin and a Master’s Degree in Spiritual Psychology from the University of Santa Monica. As an HPC Certified Consultant, Martha Lynn also teaches and supports organizations how to create high performing cultures, which gives her clients the most effective competitive advantage.
With this combination of training and experience, Martha Lynn is the catalyst in her clients’ growth. She has a deep level of engagement and commitment to not only make a difference, but deliver real measurable results. She is personable, honest, and has proven to be an invaluable confidante to her clients in the pursuit of their goals.
Her Core Values are connectedness, respect, trust, and stability, which define her presence and the foundation for the relationship she creates with her clients.
“I acquired this Core Value in first grade. After getting kicked out of a reading group for not following directions, I felt the pain of not belonging and being left out. I made some unconscious decision that I would always find a way to be part of a group or be able to engage with all different types of people. As a result, I have learned how to listen for what’s important to others and develop a deep understanding for their experience. This is key in supporting a client and guiding them to success.”
“This Core Value came from my family. It’s what I call the Golden Rule. The Golden Rule: treat others the way you would like to be treated, and more importantly, treat others the way they would like to be treated.”
“One of the hardest things for us to do is to practice vulnerability. Vulnerability and transparency are qualities that make great leaders and great humans. In order to provide an environment to encourage this, we must have some level of trust. My job is to create a foundation of trust with my clients. Having trust as a Core Value keeps this commitment at the center of my work.”
“How do you find stability in an ever-changing world? This Core Value challenges me everyday. The tools I use in the coaching provide ways to manage, deal, and work through unexpected challenges that come our way. When we get knocked off our center, our recovery is key to the outcomes we produce. It’s not what happens, it’s how we respond to what happens that shape our results. “