Mark Hunter, PCC
Mark is a dynamic coach and leader. He has the innate ability to communicate and connect with his clients around what is possible. Mark has coached a wide variety of clients who are up to great things in their lives and businesses, ranging from career development and transitions to starting new businesses, mergers, and abundance of time and wealth.
Mark’s life experience has brought him from six years in corporate America to a lifelong and extensive study of Buddhism, travelling around the world in 1999 for a year, and then moving to Baltimore, MD and starting two successful companies there. He has been trained by two independent Coach Training Programs over the past 12 years.
Mark realized his calling to coaching and transformational work through his own journey, which has included coaching for the past 15 years. After completing the (ICF Accredited) Accomplishment Coaching Coaches Training Program he has created a full time coaching practice with the intention of sharing this work with as much of the world as possible, ultimately in corporate and political settings.
Mark has continually reinvented himself over the years, and is always standing in possibility for himself and his clients. His powerful commitment to transformation and being a world leader in his field has created immense value for his clients. He currently is a Program Leader in two of Accomplishment Coaching’s Coach Training and Leadership Programs.
Mark specializes in business/corporate coaching, executive leadership coaching, group/organizational coaching, and coaching those starting their own businesses. This specific market niche requires working with leaders around developing the next level of their leadership, professional reinvention, producing “impossible” results, and getting out of their own way in order to do so. These are typically clients who may already be very successful at what they do but are savvy enough to know that as a leader, their development and training never stops.
Marks’ approach is direct and focuses not only on what the client is doing, but also on who his client is being around what they are up to as access to what they are (or are not) creating.
Results are the focus, and attention to being is the vehicle.