PhD, PCC, PMP
Mia Logan, Ph.D. specializes in executive coaching, performance improvement, organizational and leadership development. Drawing from twenty-seven years of organizational learning and management experience, she is committed to the development and design of organizations where individuals and teams are encouraged and supported to reach their highest levels of competence, creativity, and quality. Her experience with organizational development, change management, developing individual and organizational accountabilities, and practicing influence provide the foundation for her work in both executive coaching and organization development. Currently, her coaching and consulting focuses on development of individuals and organizations that expand and create opportunities for bettering individual lives, their businesses and our world.
Areas of Expertise include: Facilitation, Conflict Resolution and Mediation, Performance Improvement, Evaluation, Assessments, Appreciative Inquiry, Team Development, Organizational Development, Change Management, Team Development, Instruction/Training, Project/Program Management, Coaching, Strategic Planning, and Research and Analysis.
As a coach Mia has been committed to making it her life’s work to facilitate constructive change in people’s lives. A particular strength is building trusted relationships with her customers. She is adept at motivating people to overcome their personal obstacles. Mia believes in strengths-based skill building in which we look for the “best” in people and explores ways in which they can capitalize on their strengths so they can perform to their highest potential within the organization. She is very resourceful in that, if there is not a tool to assess the specific need, she will create what is necessary to capture the metrics.
Mia holds a Ph.D. from the University of New Mexico in Organizational and Adult Learning and a BA in Business from New Mexico State University. Mia is currently serving as an Honorary Commander at Kirtland Air Force Base.
Clients include: Presbyterian Health Services, Pfizer, Intel Corporation, Los Alamos National Laboratories, Sandia National Laboratories, Lockheed Martin, Sprint PCS, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Office of the Special Trustee, Department of the Interior, Oracle, Johnson & Johnson, Honeywell, Public Service Company of New Mexico, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Office of the Special Trustee, US Green Build Council, National Park System, Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA), Bureau of Reclamation, New Mexico Real Estate Commission, Lovelace/Ardent, Manuel Lujan Insurance Agencies, ASRT, Rinchem, Emcore, New Mexico Bar Association, Public Education Department of New Mexico (PED), University of New Mexico, New Mexico State University, Central New Mexico Community College and Webster University.