My coaching philosophy centers on empowering leaders and teams during critical times of transition. I bring out the best in leaders by helping them design powerful visions, clear game plans, and the ability to build momentum and surmount obstacles. I help them overcome the root causes that prevent them from achieving their goals in the most efficient way possible. I’m passionate about helping leaders become a wind of change for the organization they serve.
Caroline Giffon is a transition coach and facilitator who excels at cultivating visionary leadership in global organizations. With a passion for international development, Caroline has lived and worked in multiple countries, including Italy, Kenya, the United States, and Zimbabwe. Her experiences have inspired her to help individuals and teams unlock their full potential and create positive change in the world.
Caroline’s commitment to empowering individuals extends beyond her private practice. She hosts the podcast Love Your Expat Life and serves as a Board Member at the World Bank Group Family Network. With a master’s degree in international relations and certification from the prestigious Life Coach School, Caroline fearlessly tackles complex questions and helps her clients develop a winning trajectory so they become agents of change.
Education and Certifications
- Master of International Relations in the School of Advanced International Studies (Johns Hopkins University)
- Certified Coach (The Life Coach School)
- International Coach Federation Professional Certified Coach (PCC)
On a Personal Note
Caroline currently lives in Washington, DC, with her multicultural family. She enjoys traveling, skiing, playing golf, and is an avid fiction reader. In the summer, she relocates to France (her home country) and Norway, which is her second home country by marriage.