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Craig Coble, Leadership Development and Executive Coach



It is with heavy hearts we share that our amazing colleague and friend Craig Coble passed away unexpectedly March 4, 2020. Craig was a vital part of the Partners in Performance team, his impact on us personally and professionally will never be forgotten. 

Craig Coble is an experienced facilitator, Leadership Development Specialist, and executive coach with over 20 years of experience. In 2000 Craig started Coble Consulting Inc. specializing in individual and organizational development. Currently Craig is a lead facilitator for several Leadership Development Program and administers several workshops on through the lens of the Psychology of Decision Making, Aspiring Leaders and Emotional Intelligence, Effective Communication, Conflict Resolution for several government agencies throughout the United States and internationally.

His clients include, The United Nations, Associated Press, Department of Commerce, DISA, DFAS, NIH, Citi, The Washington Post, Department of Justice, FCC, DHS, NASA & NOAA, World Bank, United Nations, WWF, U.S. Merit System Protection Board, Louisiana Primary Care Association, Industrial Bank of Washington, and other financial and non profit institutions. One of Craig’s defining traits is his wisdom and passion. Not only for his subject matter and his work, but also for each participant that experiences his workshops.


Since college Craig has chosen the path of entrepreneur. He brought his first investment property when is was 20 year old and continues to invest in real estate in Washington DC. In 1993 Craig founded Ex’s Inc., a greeting card company for ex-relationships. With articles in The Washington Post and several magazines, and appearances on the Maury Povich show, The Today Show and Good Morning America, Ex’s has grown to 38 states, Canada and the Caribbean. In 1982 under Vice President Bush, Craig helped rewrite section 504 of the Civil Rights Act to address Civil Rights for Disabled People. He also organized all of the special interest and lobby groups for the disabled and compiled their recommended rewrites for implementation.


Craig is a qualified administrator of a number of psychological and personality assessments, as well as 360-degree feedback instruments, including MBTI, DiSC, FiRO, Booth 360, Richard Barrett Cultural Transformational Tools, Emotional Intelligence, Achieve Global Leadership and Customer Service tools, and The Leadership Circle. Craig has also been a certified and practicing Action Learning coach through WIAL since 2009.Craig received a BS in Psychology at The George Washington University in Washington DC. He also attended Law School at New York Law School in New York, NY. He holds Life and Executive coaching certification from The Coaches Training Institute (CTI), CPCC, and in 2012 he received certification as Professional Certified Coach (PCC) with the International Coach Federation (ICF).

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