Mary Wolf’s twenty-five year career has been dedicated to the wellbeing and success of employees, leaders, and their company cultures.
Mary is the founder and president of Veritee Partners LLC, an executive coaching and consulting business designed to drive change and build momentum. Executive coaching is Mary’s passion. She works with executives, entrepreneurs, physicians, and the companies they serve. Her executive coaching is focused on her proven approach to helping clients and companies to become clear in their vision, to create an inspiring strategy, and to develop agility for thriving with change and uncertainty.
Mary is the co-founder and director of the Avera Medical Group LIGHT program. She created an award-winning wellbeing program for physicians, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants. She leads a multi-strategy program to accelerate personal and professional growth. Coaching is the key, success component in developing growth mindset in physicians, executives, and healthcare culture.
Mary earned a Master’s Degree in Counseling and Human Resource Development and is a Licensed Professional Counselor-Mental Health. Also, Mary is a Board Certified Coach and holds certifications in executive, life, and spirituality coaching.
Mary’s strong mental health background includes directing multiple behavioral health programs including employee assistance program-EAP, addiction recovery, outpatient mental health, and day hospital.
What is your favorite past time?
I spend my free time helping my 17 year old son build his business–singing and playing guitar. I am his business development advisor, equipment hauler, sound checker, roadie, and biggest fan! It’s a fun labor of love.
What is the coolest thing you are working on right now?
My peer coach training for physicians and advanced practice providers is being updated and reframed to incorporate all COVID related issues. This is because being a peer coach in healthcare has become much more complex. Peer coaches are now taught to take care of and lead themselves first before they can listen and be present for others. Self-care is patient care!