Angie Coleman is an Organizational Development Consultant with FCCS, bringing extensive experience and industry certifications to support clients through:
Angie Coleman is an organizational development consultant with FCCS, where she leads the employee engagement survey practice, administers and consults on assessment instruments, and supports executive selection engagements with expert research.
Angie brings an impressive background and credentials in business and organizational development to her role. Prior to joining FCCS, she founded and managed a consulting firm focused on human capital strategies, organizational development, employee engagement, executive coaching and executive development. She also worked for YoPro Global, bringing western professional education and training techniques to underserved and underdeveloped countries.
“I’m excited to help clients understand their employee engagement levels and how to improve them, supporting executives to improve their organizations’ culture and performance,” says Angie. “It’s gratifying to help clients make a visible difference in their organizations, meeting employee needs and alleviating organizational pain points, such as the attrition we’re seeing from the Great Resignation.”
Angie earned a bachelor’s degree in interdisciplinary studies, education and science from Graceland University and a bachelor’s degree in professional psychology from Bellevue University, where she is also pursuing a master’s degree in industrial and organizational psychology. She is a certified coach with the International Coaching Federation, and is certified in numerous assessment instruments and engagement survey tools, including the Gallup Q12, BP 10 and Strengths Finder.
"Fantastic perspective for all attendees. Challenged the way we think" -2022 Cooperative Network annual meeting attendee
"This was possibly the best combination of speaker and content we've ever had at a Cooperative Network Annual Meeting!! I could have listened to Angie for hours! -2022 Cooperative Network annual meeting attendee