A LESSON FROM ARCHERY:
What is an Anchor Point?
The definition of an anchor point is this: a point on an archer's face (such as the chin) against which the drawing hand is placed in order to stabilize the archer's aim before release of the arrow. (Merriam-Webster)
At Anchor and Aim, we believe that reliable, balanced, and consistent work comes from a place of being grounded. We believe in the pause before the aim, the intention behind the action.
Gina started Anchor and Aim Coaching in 2019 with the vision of providing support for people doing challenging and life-changing work. She holds tremendous respect for the work people do, and it brings her great joy to facilitate a renewed sense of purpose and resilience in the people she coaches.
At Anchor and Aim, we provide the coaching and training necessary to ground and grow servant leaders and healthy workplaces. We help individuals and teams find their anchor point and establish effective and evidence-based action.
Gina is a wife and a mother of three amazing girls. She feels blessed to live in beautiful Central Oregon and is strongly rooted in faith and family.
She holds credentials from the world's leading authority on coaching, the International Coaching Federation. She has an Advanced Certificate in Transformational Coaching from Western Seminary and is also an Integrative Enneagram Accredited Provider. Gina is a JEC (Jerry Essary Coaching) affiliate and provides ICF endorsed coach training to organizations.
Gina is Certified HeartMath Practitioner and uses HeartMath techniques to teach people the importance of emotional intelligence in the management of stress and anxiety. These techniques are endorsed and used by NASA, Boeing, Stanford University, and the Mayo Clinic.
She is also a Certified Work Human Professional and uses evidence based practices with teams; cultivating practices of gratitude, psychological safety, inclusion, belonging, and work-life harmony.
Prior to working as a coach, Gina served for 20 years in healthcare. During this time, she walked with countless individuals and families going through transition, grief, trauma, and illness. Her years in healthcare have provided her with grit, flexibility, compassion, and candor.
Gina has an ability to provide safety and grace for people experiencing high levels of stress and conflict. She provides a framework for people to gain footing and stand up under their strain, so that they can do the meaningful work they were called to do.