About WLG

Danielle Vidal
PsyD, Family Wealth & Governance Consultant

Dr. Danielle Vidal WLG ConsultantDr. Danielle Vidal has always had a passion for working with people and a fascination with systems, both family and organizational, and how they impact, interface and influence each other. After getting her doctorate in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis in Family Systems, Danielle began her executive coaching career at Development Dimensions International, Inc. (DDI) in 2000, and since that time she has conducted over 1500 integrated coaching and feedback sessions. Since 2008, Danielle has complimented her work at DDI with both corporate and non-profit coaching and leadership development engagements, team development and board consultation.

Known for her positive, thoughtful, honest and goal-directed style, Danielle has spent the last 18 years as a results-oriented Executive and Leadership coach working to both assess and support C-Suite leaders, senior executives, and mid-level managers from Fortune 500, 50 20 and 10 companies across a broad range of industries including Technology, Manufacturing, Retail, Pharmaceutical, Insurance, Health Care, Education and Entertainment.

Danielle works collaboratively and partners with people to enable professional, business and personal growth by helping leaders and individuals gain clarity on their strengths and development needs and integrating those insights into the realities of their organization’s current landscape, their role, and their desired future potential. In particular she is an expert on interpersonal and relational skills.

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