Patti Feeney, MS, ACC
Patti Feeney, MS, ACC is an Executive Leadership Coach, Quality Improvement Consultant and Senior Program Manager at the Weitzman Institute; the research and education arm of Community Health Center, Inc. (CHC, Inc.) in Middletown, Connecticut. Patti began her journey at CHC, Inc. in May of 2005 when she transitioned from a corporate HR Management role to HR in healthcare. Patti’s nearly 25 years of leadership and professional development experience has provided the foundation and insight for helping organizations and healthcare professionals across the country in areas of change management, quality improvement, facilitation, and leadership development.
As a national learning program leader, adult educator, and quality improvement coach, Patti assists organizations and healthcare professionals with understanding methods to drive cultural and organizational change. Patti teaches facilitation, team development and effective communication strategies to increase the level of adaptability and vigor in teams, effectively navigate change, implement innovation and make sustainable transformation.
As an executive leadership coach, Patti works one on one and in small groups with leaders who are wanting to increase their own capacity, build resilience, focus on crafting their professional vision and make a positive impact on the communities they serve and the organizations they work for. Patti partners with new leaders and established executives who are in need of strategic space to focus on desired goals and helps them harness their own ideas and wisdom in order to map out a solid plan for success.
Patti earned her Masters of Science degree in Business Management from Albertus Magnus College and a Six Sigma Black Belt Certification from Central Connecticut State University. Patti is a member of the International Coaching Federation (ICF), an ICF Associate Certified Coach (ACC), a certified Microsystems Coach through The Dartmouth Institute, an Associate Fellow of the Institute of Coaching (IOC) at McLean, Harvard Medical School Affiliate, and active member of the International Association of Facilitators (IAF).