This leader was a former SVP and National Sales Manager for a global manufacturing company, which was undergoing significant changes due to a disruptive business environment. During the past three years he had implemented yearly “down sizing” initiatives. He requested a coach from the HR department as he was having philosophical difficulty enacting a fourth round of lay offs. Realizing he could not continue, the leader resigned from the company after four months of coaching. Valuing the coaching relationship, the leader hired the CLC Coach as his career transition coach. During the next six months in coaching conversations with, they discerned what would be his ideal future career. Two months later, he accepted a position as President of another global manufacturing company. In his new role, this leader highly values the cross-cultural coaching due to the diversity of those he leads with, as well as those he leads.