Deb Busser, MA, PCC
President & Executive Coach
As an executive coach for more than a decade, Deb partners with C-suite and senior level leaders who are committed to their own evolution as they adapt to change — within new roles, new markets, and new businesses. She is adept at working with fast-growing, innovative organizations and is a trusted and visionary thought partner to clients from around the world.
Client outcomes include broader and more strategic thinking, increased effectiveness and contribution, greater credibility and influence, stronger internal and external relationships, and enhanced executive presence. Deb’s clients raise their level of awareness as they become more intentional about their actions, behaviors, and internal narrative.
Her client list includes Fortune 500 companies, pre-IPO start-ups,
professional service firms, and non-profit organizations. She also
provides individual leadership coaching and group facilitation for
several Harvard Business School Executive Education Programs.
Deb founded Energy Spring Leadership in 2003 and was a
Partner at a boutique executive career management firm. She
previously held leadership roles in Corporate HR and Product
Deb has been published or quoted in multiple publications on
issues related to leadership, talent management, and workplace
trends, and has facilitated programs and workshops in the US, UK,
Ireland, Cyprus, and Israel.
She earned the Professional Certified Coach (PCC) credential
from the International Coach Federation as well as coach and
coach trainer certifications from the Coach Training Alliance and
the Evolutionary Institute. Deb holds a BS in Business
Administration and a MA in Community Social Psychology from
the University of Massachusetts Lowell where she taught
Dynamics of Interpersonal Relations as an adjunct professor and
was formally recognized for her contributions to enhance and
promote human development and well-being.
Deb served on the Corporate Board Committee of The Boston
Club, whose mission is to promote and support more women to
move into board roles. She has also been on the board of the
Friends of Prescott, a non-profit, educational community
organization in her hometown where she teaches a creative
dance class for adults called Shake Your Soul®.