Executive Coaching

deep leadership development for those who don’t want to go to therapy

Rhett Smith’s compelling presentation style allows him to connect with those he serves both because of his expertise and his passionate belief that everyone can learn to live life in a more healthy and successful way. Both as a presenter and a coach, he meets people where they are and gives skills to not only understand themselves more, but also connect to those around them in a more effective and meaningful way. His work will not only change who people are professionally, but also who they are with their family members, friends and close relationships.
Sharon Hargrave

Executive Director of Boone Center for the Family, Pepperdine University


I am both a Certified Executive Coach and Licensed Therapist, therefore, making me unique in that I am a clinically trained executive coach — bridging the worlds of both theory and practice in a powerful way. 

My areas of specialty are in critical internal personal competencies such as mental acuity, emotional wellness, physical energy and spiritual centeredness. I also addresses the area of marital enrichment and healthy relationships so that leaders can thrive both in their organization and at home.

As a speaker and author, I have presented keynotes, training seminars, and workshops for companies, schools, churches and a variety of other organizations.

I live in McKinney, TX with my wife Heather and our two children. I also love to explore the outdoors camping, trail running and hanging out in nature. As a Certified RRCA Running Coach I also love to help leaders engage running and other athletic performance as a tool for successful leadership.

Please contact me if you have any questions about Executive Coaching, or would like to set up an initial consultation call to see how I can help you.

My own understanding of the fact that leadership is essentially an emotional process rather than a cognitive phenomenon, and my awareness of the vital importance of well-differentiated leadership for the functioning and survival of institutions…
Edwin Friedman

A Failure of Nerve: Leadership in the Age of the Quick Fix