Trigena started Peak Performance CCT, LLC in 2008 as a way to combine her 20+ years of corporate experience with professional coaching, consulting and training. During her tenure in the corporate sector Trigena held various global leadership positions in corporate training, quality, performance consulting and organizational development. Her focus was on talent development, strategy execution, achievement of financial goals and client satisfaction.
Today, Trigena works with individuals and organizations seeking to enhance, improve and sustain peak performance through a sustainable, result-focused, leadership approach.Her experience spans service, non-profit, government, manufacturing, corporate, educational and faith-based organizations. Trigena's coaching practice focuses on executives, high potential leaders, individual and teams as well as mentor coaching for coaches seeking credentialing with the International Coaching Federation (ICF). Trigena offers several courses and programs related to individual, team and organizational performance and she is certified/qualified to deliver a myriad of individual and organizational assessments. She has led the development and implementation of large-scale leadership and coach training programs for several corporate clients.
In addition to her own clients, Trigena works as an instructor for the University of Utah Professional Education Center where she teaches coaching, emotional intelligence, accountability, effective presentations and the workplace trainer courses, she is also a founding faculty member with Coaching4BusinessLeaders. She is the state coordinator the Federal Government Office of Personnel Management's Utah Leadership Development Program (ULDP) and New Mexico Leadership Development Program (NMLDP). In these capacities she is responsible for all aspects of the yearlong leadership development program. She leads the efforts for program content, hiring of program instructors, leadership coaches and coordinates the participant developmental activities. Trigena is the co-author of two textbooks - "A Coach Approach to Leadership: Enhancing Performance, Empowering Others" and "Professional Coaching Training". Trigena has a Master of Arts in Communication Consultancy and a Bachelor of Science in Marketing from Oklahoma State University.
Passionate for the great outdoors, Trigena offers experiential leadership programs and women's retreats in southern Utah through the sport of canyoneering. She has found nature itself provides the ideal palate for learning and change.
Trigena holds the following certifications, credentials and industry memberships:
• William Bridges Leading Organizational Transition and Leading Individual Transition programs.
• Professional Certified Coach (PCC) credential with the International Coach Federation (ICF)
• Board Certified Coach (BCC)
• Certifications include the Meyer-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), MHS Emotional Intelligence, Professional Coaching Styles Inventory (PCSI), NLP Practitioner, 3D Group 360, OPM 360 and PRISM 360 assessments
• American Society for Training and Development (member), International Coaching Federation (member), North American Gaming and Simulation Association (member)
Trigena has volunteered for the American Red Cross and United Way. She currently volunteers for the Sundance Film Festival and is a board member for Holding Out HELP (HOH).
Trigena and her husband reside in the backdrop of the Wasatch Mountains in Sandy, UT. They have two children and spend four seasons a year playing in the great outdoors hiking, biking, skiing, running, rafting, golfing, canyoneering and exploring together!
TRIGENA HALLEY is currently teaching:
TRIGENA HALLEY has previously taught:
Feedback, Expectations, and Delegation for Effective Managers
Professional Coaching Certificate
Starting an Internal Coaching Team in Your Organization