Steve Rudolph

Professional Focus: Leadership and management development; developing and coaching high performing teams; strategic thinking and execution; change management; executive coaching.

For over twenty years, Steve has been helping organizations, teams, and leaders achieve higher levels of business and personal performance. His expertise is helping leaders identify clear and compelling goals and a measured path for achieving them. Steve links current training and development, performance coaching, and neuroscience research with the pragmatism of delivering measurable and sustained business results.

Steve’s entrepreneurial acumen was forged in the heat of restaurant ownership and management. His purposeful sense of urgency for achieving results is the result of sleepless nights as a business owner. His guiding mantra with clients is if you’re not getting better, you’re getting behind.

Steve is currently a senior coach and trainer with Next Level Performance and Gomez &
Associates, organizational development and consulting firms located in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Steve’s current clients include FMC Technologies, Novo Nordisk Pharmaceuticals, Abbott Labs, U.S. Department of Education, to name a few.

Steve is currently pursuing his executive coaching credentials with the International Coaching Federation. He is a recent graduate of Neuroleadership Group, a brain – based and leading neuroscience coaching organization founded by David Rock (author of Quiet Leadership and Your Brain at Work).

Steve was an outdoor leadership faculty member at Prescott College in Prescott, Arizona. He was a senior instructor for the Pacific Crest Outward Bound School leading corporate development programs for such clients as AT&T. Steve is a former coach and guide for the United States Disabled Ski Team, guiding two national champions in the World Games for the Disabled.

During the summer Steve can be found sailing with his kids on Lake Michigan. During the other nine months he is either skiing or waiting for snow. He has resisted deer hunting so far, but has some great Sven and Ole jokes.


  • Steve has a Bachelor’s degree in Secondary Education for Prescott College and his Masters in Human and Organizational Development from the Fielding Institute in Santa Barbara, California.

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