Marcia's approach to coaching helps to guide her clients to discover their own solutions, providing positive reinforcement to support change and growth.
Marcia knows when to make me stretch, hold me accountable while always being there for support. She is a 'Coaching Goddess.' - Carol Koziol, Consultant
Living with purpose. Celebrating a life. Honoring what has been, At Studio Formå, life takes shape in the form of meaningful art.
Marcia Hyatt, in a live broadcast of 'The Best of Ourselves,' broadcast weekly from WTIP FM in Grand Marais, MN, and available on-demand at this website.
It's just such a beautiful and quiet space to be in. I think that the cottage is perfect in that it is so unplugged. I really enjoyed the space. I would recommend (the retreat) to people like me in professional positions who were thinking about 'what's next.' - Lisa Prior, Principal, Prior Consulting
Marcia asks deep and creative questions, then listens to your responses, pointing out what you are doing well, and offering suggestions that challenge your assumptions to facilitate personal growth.
Marcia's unique approach to job coaching provides structure and support while clarifying and defining specific steps for professional development.
Welcome to Marcia Hyatt, LLC
A leadership and life coach for those exploring Voice and Vocation
Marcia Hyatt brings over 30 years of leadership and leadership development experience to work for you. She works with you to help you enhance your ability to learn and change by exploring all aspects of an issue, shifting mindsets and uncovering new possibilities. Learning how to translate these insights into action will lead you to greater individual success and organizational results. Marcia also hosts personal retreats and personal workshops at A Room of One’s Own: A Personal Retreat Center and co-owns Last Chance Studio & Gallery in Lutsen. >> Learn more.
What Our Clients are Saying
“Marcia Hyatt is so skilled as a coach that I forgot fear during our sessions. I forgot fear and imagined solutions and possibilities that stay with me today. I think of her as one of my career’s best friends.”
— Perry Carrison, Carrison, Inc