Gary Halverson

Gary Halverson

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(916) 502-1960

For over 20 years, Gary has empowered Fortune 500 companies, start-ups, non-profit, public, and privately held organizations to find their best way forward. He has coached hundreds of senior executives and physicians to success with an expert blend of expertise in change management, leadership development, and strategic business planning.

Gary’s clients learn to increase their overall effectiveness and identify opportunities that link directly to bottom-line improvements. He also draws from extensive assimilation coaching experience to help new executives build a foundation for success while minimizing the risk of derailment.

Beyond individual coaching, Gary creates sustainable infrastructure for talent management by developing and delivering internal business leadership academies. He recently co-authored the Balance Point Group: Coaching for Impact™ workbook and curriculum that has delivered its insightful lessons to 300+ managers and leaders.  

Gary’s coaching results extend across a range of industries:

  • technology
  • health care
  • architecture
  • construction management
  • consumer packaged goods
  • financial services
  • hospitality

His growing list of satisfied clients includes:

  • Boyd Gaming
  • Broadcom
  • Cisco
  • Flyers Energy
  • Harris & Associates
  • Kaiser Foundation Health Plan
  • SMUD
  • Sutter Health
  • The Permanente Medical Group
  • Tiechert Construction
  • UC Davis
  • Ventura Foods

Prior to co-founding Balance Point Group, Gary served as senior vice president and managing director for a global leadership consulting firm. He also led a multi-state business unit as general manager for a global consumer packaged goods (CPG) company.  

Gary is a certified coach and facilitator of numerous assessments, including:

  • Korn Ferry Lominger VOICES® 360
  • Management Research Group (MRG) Assessment Suite
  • Hogan HPI – HDS – MVPI, and
  • Leadership Versatility Index® (LVI)

In addition to his degree in Business Administration, Gary earned his Associate Certified Coach certificate from the International Coaching Federation.


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