Larry Liberty

Larry Liberty
  • PhD, Organizational Behavior and Leadership, Sierra University
  • MA, Public Administration, University of Southern California
  • BA, Art, University of California, Davis
  • Visiting Professor Management and Leadership, University of Applied Sciences, Zurich, Switzerland
  • Adjunct Professor of Leadership, University of Southern California
  • Adjunct Professor of Leadership, University of San Francisco
  • American Society of Training and Development
  • Organizational Development Network
  • Created the Liberty Executive Coaching Model and Method
  • Developed an inter-cultural communications assessment tool
Larry Liberty
Consultant, Executive Coach and Trainer

Successful, published author on leadership, maturity factor, and elite leader mindset.

Frequent keynote speaker and executive coach to managers and leaders of organizations.

Executive coaching approach has led to coaching senior scientists, C-suite members, Seal Team members, sports teams, professional golfers, and a range of other interesting staff from unique organizations. Approach has garnered him the reputation of being a ‘change agent coach,’ focused on improving participants’ self-awareness, openness to learning, and probability of future success.

Uses everything in his life experience to find ways of accelerating learning and growth – clients consistently remark that his coaching and training is life-changing and transformative.

Length of experience: 40 years

Types of organizations coaching services have been provided to: Fortune 100, 200, and 500 businesses and corporations, public-sector government agencies, educational institutions, NASA, Navy Seal teams, sports teams, military, and the scientific community

Types of coaching provided:

  • Executive Coaching/Training
  • Leadership Development
  • Performance Coach (sports)
  • Psychology
  • Organization Effectiveness 

Coaching formats used: Liberty Executive Coaching Model and Method, inter-cultural communications assessment tool, organizational effectiveness, process facilitation, team building