Coaching. Collaboration. Accountability. Gratitude. Compassion.
Executive coach for fundraising and nonprofit management professionals. Speaker and facilitator on gratitude at work, compassionate leadership, and organizational culture.
Darin Hollingsworth has had a thriving career as a financial advisor, a sales professional, a senior fundraising professional and a non-profit executive. Now as a speaker, facilitator, and coach Darin helps successful professionals and organizations move from surviving to thriving. Darin is a skilled facilitator who works with businesses, non-profit executives and boards of directors to create new possibilities for transformational organizational culture.
Darin empowers clients to build upon strengths and face challenges with curiosity, confidence, and expertise.
A student and practitioner of the research on gratitude and appreciation in the workplace for more than 15 years, Darin speaks frequently to inspire leaders and organizations. He formerly produced and hosted over 70 episodes of a podcast called “Working Gratitude - Real people. Real gratitude at work.” In these conversations, Darin has explored ways that gratitude can shift individual perspective and organizational culture. He is a certified facilitator with “Appreciation at Work - The Five Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace.”
Darin is a native of Memphis, TN and lives in Jackson, TN. He volunteers to bring his work to small nonprofits and he is passionate about mental health and suicide prevention.
to create powerful
in life and work.
SURVIVING OR THRIVING
Leaders cannot give
what they do not have.
CREATING NEW POSSIBILITIES
Execute new ideas.
Friends and colleagues have asked "Why Odonata?" (Not to mention how to pronounce it. ow·duh·naa·tuh) In this article, I explain some my connections to dragonflies and how they inspire my work.
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Coaching, Consulting, Collaborating
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