About Consistently Great

Kathleen Gysemans MD, CS, CPC is the Founder and Owner of Consistently Great.

She helps Leaders and Business Owners obtain better results by developing Strenghts, Strategies, Mindset, Communication and Collaboration.

Kathleen has an extensive experience in the
Pharmaceutical Business and Healthcare.
In 2011, she becomes a Certified Professional Coach (CPC) at International Coach Academy and launches her own business: “Consistently Great “. Great People, Consistent Results.

Consistently Great







Clarity, Energy, Written Plan, Focus, Massive action, Consistent Results

Anyone can be succesful, if they are clear on their objectives and consistent and persistent  in their efforts. Consistency is where most people fall down.

The habits and tasks needed to live a succesful life are things that anyone can and usually does do. It’s just that the succesful person does them consistently.

It’s not how long it takes, it’s the results produced. The results produced in an hour of focused, committed, high-intentioned activity can be hundreds of times more valuable than the same effort without these ingredients. And there is no obstacle that will not submit to consistent, focused, massive action.

If you want to gain a really remarkable reputation, stay on your toes. Like a professional athlete or a famous rock star, you are only as good as your last game or your last hit. Your fans (or, in most everyday cases, your coworkers or clients) won’t love you unconditionally: they will continue to judge you based on your work and the results and benefits they enjoy from it. Consistent top level performers are in a winning mindset regardless of circumstances, distractions, results or other external factors.

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10 Steps to be Consistently Great

the road to success








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10 Secrets of being Consistently Great



What to expect from an Executive Coach?








What do coaches do that brings such dramatic value to you?

You and your coach first forge a partnership built around your most important goals.

Then your coach helps you identify your strengths and potential blindspots

Next your coach helps you leverage your strengths, grow skills and manage any weaknesses in areas of strategic importance in your career.   Your coach helps you be tenacious and undistracted while moving ahead on your most important goals.

Finally your coach helps you stay accountable to yourself in following through on your developmental commitments, while at the same time providing support, encouragement and celebrating with you your successes.

What do you look for in an Executive Coach?  Recent studies suggest the importance of Certification in Executive Coaching, business experience, integrity, high emotional intelligence, comfort relating to top management, political savvy, organizational awareness, flexibility and creativity, the ability to think on one’s feet, and also the ability to give honest, straight forward feedback.

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