for the Intentional and Accomplished Professional

Meet Rosalie Chamberlain


My passion for inclusiveness and helping individuals and organizations align their values and purpose with excellence is what fuels my work.

You must experience first in order to guide others later. I’ve worked internally at the corporate and legal level for 31 years before starting my global coaching and consulting business in 2010.

I’ve embraced many roles throughout my career – starting out as a legal administrator, doing paralegal work, motherhood, and then manager; to joining the executive staff of a large law firm as the first Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging Manager. As my livelihood changed from a corporate go-getter to an entrepreneur, I started my business, which blossomed into my speaking career. I am inspired to empower others through coaching and consulting on a global level.

In 2008, I became a Cornell University ILR Certified Diversity Professional Advanced Practitioner (CCDP, AP). I was immersed in building teams through leadership development by 2010.

It was through my own experience that I realized anyone can reach their full potential by embracing curiosity, implementing awareness, and allowing room for transformation.

Professional Certified Coach (PCC)

Coaching Approach

Helping professionals and organizations understand that fear is the only thing holding back their optimal success.

Through collaboration and confidentiality, I empower my clients to invite change and accept responsibility for their natural strengths and talents. My goal is to provide a space where clients can fully explore their intentions and desires.

An individual’s success and the success of an organization are dependent on one another. I firmly believe this is a true partnership that requires a collective effort from both sides.

My coaching and consulting services are best suited for helping attorneys, corporate executives, and entrepreneurs on an individual level, as well as navigating a workforce within an organization or law firm.

The end result? Intentional, accomplished professionals and dynamic, viable cultures.

Here are just a few of the many developmental traits and best practices that you will uncover to unlock your fullest potential:

  • Developing and strengthening leadership skills
  • Embracing influence and advocacy
  • Effective time management and control
  • Inclusive leadership
  • Establishing boundaries
  • Addressing and transforming guilt
  • Understanding insecurities
  • Building confidence and showcasing strengths

By building leadership skills, my clients become more confident, effective, and influential in their careers. Throughout my coaching framework, we will identify the 18 creative tendencies of leadership and bring awareness to the 11 reactive tendencies that influence effectiveness.

You are in control of your overall effectiveness and performance. You can reach your highest potential. By identifying external and internal obstacles through self-awareness and conscious strategic planning, you will exceed excellence.


Published Author & Contributor

Rosalie is the author of Conscious Leadership in the Workplace: A Guidebook to Making a Difference One Person at a Time (2016). Rosalie is a contributor to The New York Times, Forbes.com, HR News Magazine (International Public Management Association for Human Resources), Strategic HR Review, Talent Executive, Chief Learning Officer, ABCNews.com, Onward Nation, Strategy Driven, Recalculating:  97 Experts on Driving Small Business Growth, The Diversity Agenda (ARK Publishing), Center Valley Business Times, American Diversity Report, as well as multiple national and international blogs.


Client Organizations & Partnerships:

Alston & Bird LLP; The SEC (United States Securities & Exchange Commission); DaVita, Inc.; Swiss Reinsurance Company Ltd.; The American Veterinary Medical Association; FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Association); Hall & Evans LLP; Hedrick Gardner Kincheloe & Garafalo LLP; Drew Eckl Farnham LLC; Pierce Atwood, LLP; Swift, Currie, McGhee & Hiers, LLP; CCPL (Colorado Center for Law & Policy); The Coaching Space; StandUpTeam.org; CI International; University of Colorado Law School; University of Colorado Business School; Association of Corporate Counsel; Mattel Inc.; Gibson Dunn.


Certifications & Affiliations

Rosalie holds a Diversity and Inclusion Professionals Certificate through Cornell University’s Institute of Labor & Relations. She is certified through iPEC (Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching) and the ICF (International Coaching Federation). She is certified in The Leadership Circle Profile 360, The Leadership Circle Culture Survey, Myers Briggs, Taylor Protocols Core Values Index, iPEC Energy Leadership Index Assessments, and Neuro-Linguistic Programming. She is a frequent speaker at various professional associations and in higher education.

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