Jan Berg, MA, MCC

Jan believes our unique experience of the details of our personal and professional lives influences everything else. Our patterns, unexamined, become our prisons. Jan’s clients are focused on what they want, despite challenging relationships, aging parents, rebound children, demanding careers, overfilled schedules and previously untended spirituality. She brings personal experience, perspective, playfulness and hope to the process of living full-spectrum lives.


Since 2000 Jan has coached individuals, business owners and work groups who are looking for more effectiveness, balance, motivation, contribution, satisfaction, fulfillment, personal power and joy. She is a compassionate, gentle, challenging and illuminating partner and advocate, supporting the graceful navigation of change.

Working with Jan allows you as a leader to slow down to hear yourself think. You regain access to your inner compass, refocus vision, activate passion and ignite creative possibilities for your life and your leadership. Exhaustion turns to inspired action for you and your team as you catalyze your energy towards the results you’ve only dared hope for.


Jan holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Education from the University of Puget Sound and a Masters of Arts in Psychology from Antioch University

Jan is an International Coach Federation Master Certified Coach, an inviteCHANGE Certified Mentor Coach, a Certified Facilitator of Voice Dialogue, a Certified CVI Practitioner, a Certified TILT365 Practitioner and Coach and the ICF Washington State 2012 Personal Coach of the Year. 

Jan has co-authored the training curriculum for inviteCHANGE, including the advanced courses Coaching Groups and Teams in Organizations, Coaching Leaders in Organizations and Mentor Coach Certification.

Success Stories

  • Action in service to dreams and passions: launching a business, more effective team and client relating, promotion, writing a play, completing a masters degree, earning a teaching credential, doing work that is self-fulfilling and personally rewarding, regularly creating art, retiring to a sailboat.
  • Development of teams of coaches who impacted senior leadership to break through a culture of inertia and complacency into vital relationships, momentum, authenticity and creativity.
  • Successful transition to retirement leaving a legacy of dynamic leadership and profit.
  • Freedom from the tyranny of “should”, reliable connection to inner wisdom as a guide for decision-making and life design, leading to executive promotion.
  • Success through transitions with aging parents, difficult children, strained relationships and relief from habits and beliefs that have previously resulted in depression, migraines and despair.