Liz McCool

Liz is a Senior Consultant with ChoicePoint Consulting. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Education from Southern Illinois University and a Masters Certificate in Educational Therapy.

Liz is obtaining her TTI Success Insights Certification in Behaviors, Driving Forces and Emotional Quotient. Her primary consulting focus will be partnering with her husband Greg to coach couples and individuals to become more self-aware and aware of others to raise levels of engagement. They will primarily use the newly developed Engagement assessment to facilitate discussion, insight, and coaching. 

Liz developed and owned an equestrian business and has over twenty years of teaching and coaching experience in the classroom setting and is a certified equine psychotherapy instructor. She has worked with youth at risk at the North Charleston Dream Center, where she developed a tutoring program, and has served in prison ministry for six years.

Liz recently became a coach for TedX Charleston and is also performance coach and business development consultant with Dale Carnegie SC. Her focus is to re-energize and accelerate the success of local business leaders and their team associates, resulting in increased bottom line profitability. Her coaching and facilitation skills help maximize the vitality and potential of her clients.

Liz works strategically to deliver outstanding results within the following business sectors: distribution, healthcare, sales, retail, government, education, and all areas the service sector. Her clients enjoy the following benefits: improved morale and motivation, higher customer satisfaction, increased customer loyalty, higher productivity, enhanced brand image, increased sales and a sound return on investment.

Liz and husband Greg have been married over thirty-three years and are members of Seacoast Church. Liz and Greg have a son Ian, an engineer working in Alaska, and a daughter, Melissa, who just graduated with a Masters in Physician Assistance School and is working in Columbia, SC.

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