Ed Eisenberg spent several decades working in large, multinational corporations including AT&T, PriceWaterhouseCoopers, and Sanofi.
Upon retiring at the age of 60 in December 2017, Ed was reminded that the most personally rewarding aspect of his career was the ongoing opportunity to coach and develop people, helping them to identify their strengths, break down barriers to success, create plans, set goals, and advance in their own careers. With this in mind, he has been certified by the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (iPEC) as both a Professional Coach (CPC) and Energy Leadership™ Index-Master Practitioner (ELI-MP).
Ed’s focus is on developing healthy mindsets, as well as on helping people transition to new phases of life—with a specialty in coaching pre- and new retirees. You can learn more about Ed’s career as well as view personal references and testimonials by visiting his LinkedIn page. Also, follow New True North Coaching on Facebook for weekly inspiration.
Ed is an avid outdoorsman and former competitive swimmer who enjoys anything that puts him on or near the water, especially boating, fishing, and kayaking. He’s also a disc golf enthusiast who enjoys a round with fellow golfers as well as playing solo with his sidekick Golden Retriever, Sunny. When he’s not on the water or the golf course, Ed keeps busy tending the farm, mending fences and caring for horses, goats, a flock of chickens and a small vegetable garden.
He’s been married to his wife, Andie, for 34 years, whom he met when they were students at the University of Miami, FL. Their daughter, Jillian, and son-in-law, John, are talented musicians who live in the Nashville area. In addition to Tennessee, Ed’s travels frequently lead him to California’s wine country, Kentucky’s famed Bourbon Trail, and New Jersey’s own beautiful shorelines.