Rosewood Coaching radiates integrity, ethics, and professionalism. All executive and personal coaches are credentialed through the International Coaching Federation.
Rosewood Coaching is committed to the whole person. The key to a successful organization is its people. The coaches of Rosewood Coaching are committed to people, helping them function at their best. Rosewood's credentialed executive coaches use science-based methodology to achieve change. It is a process-focused, professional, outcome-driven system whereby a client achieves organizational and personal excellence through a variety of assessments, interviews and exercises.
Why the name Rosewood? The Rosewood tree is a thing of great durability and strength. Its wood is rare and richly hued; and each tree's unique patterns are as individual as they are beautiful. Rosewood Coaching encounters each client as a unique individual-with his or her own patterns and strengths.
Bobbie Sue Wolk and Rick Wolk, principals at Rosewood Coaching, are a very strong and committed team. They stand with feet firmly planted on the ground, but aim high as they encourage clients to achieve lofty goals. She is trained in the behavioral sciences and industrial organizational psychology, which serve as the roots of the executive coaching industry. He is an entrepreneurial expert. A business junkie. He can't help himself. He sees incredible potential in business start-ups and in the people who launch them. Together they balance the head knowledge of the science-based approaches involved in executive coaching, along with an organic and intuitive sense of a client's wholeness-their professional, personal and spiritual potential, which they tap into effortlessly and expectantly, giving people the space and the freedom to...dare we say it?—step out on a limb. Or branch out into new ways of thinking and responding to those around them.
From exit interviews and 360-degree assessments conducted through Rosewood Coaching, clients leave the coaching experience feeling satisfied not only with the assessments and tools that were provided, but with the care and selection of each client to one of Rosewood's fully credentialed executive coaches.
Bobbie Sue Wolk, MS, PCC, BCC
Principal, Rosewood Coaching
Owner, Rosewood Accounting
Bobbie Sue Wolk, MS, PCC, BCC is certified with the International Coaching Federation (ICF) and has coached clients on every continent except Antarctica. Wolk is also certified through the International Consortium for Health and Wellness Coaching (ICHWC) and is a Board-Certified Coach, as well as a mentor coach and faculty member at the College of Executive Coaching. Bobbie is an industrial-organizational psychologist, accountant, business consultant, adjunct professor at the Washington State University, author, and entrepreneur with experience in all aspects of running organizations that achieve success. With over 30 years of accounting and tax experience and owning her own business, Bobbie takes a holistic approach to her work with leaders to maximize their potential: personally, professionally, and spiritually to provide the optimal balance in life.
Bobbie Sue Wolk is certified in the use of the Emotional Quotient Inventory (EQI.2.0) and is a master trainer to certify others in the EQI 2.0 and EQI 360. In addition, Bobbie Sue is certified in the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, CPI 260, the Leadership Practices Inventory (LPI) and the VIA (Values in Action) assessments.
Bobbie Sue received her BA from the University of Anchorage, Alaska in accounting, her MS in Industrial-Organizational Psychology from Capella University and graduated from the College of Executive Coaching 128-hour program. Wolk has worked for many industries and organizations around the world, such as: Providence Hospital, Saltchuck, Washington State University, Alaska Heart & Vascular, Coeur Mining, US Navy, United Way, Chamber of Commerce, Sealaska, Small Business Administration, BP Exploration and Alaska Brewing Company.
Dr. Rick Wolk
Principal, Rosewood Coaching
Chair, Vistage International (Alaska)
Rick is an educator, executive coach, and an entrepreneur with experience in all aspects of running organizations that strive for management and marketing excellence. In addition to his 10 years of teaching university students, Rick has also successfully managed business development, sales, marketing, human resources and administrative functions for intrapreneurial and entrepreneurial ventures; his experience includes P&L responsibility, general management, international business, new product development, and start-ups. Rick earned his PhD from Leeds Beckett University in the U.K. His Masters of Business Administration degree is from the Kellogg School of Management and his B.S. is from Northwestern University. In Alaska, Rick is a Board member for both the University Economic Development Association and for the World Trade Center Alaska. He is also a member of the advisory board for Alaska's T.E.A.M. (The Entrepreneurs and Mentors Network) and a former Executive Director of Alaska InvestNet. Rick's Green Gazelle research allows him to work with Alaska's entrepreneurs and their entrepreneurial ecosystems to influence high growth sustainability entrepreneurship in rural Alaska, helping entrepreneurs to be more financially successful, to create more jobs, and to be more ecologically positive. When he is not working, you will most likely find Rick in a kayak, on cross-country skis, or just hanging out with his wife and business partner Bobbie Sue Wolk.