Kathy Ball-Toncic is a corporate and leadership coach, specializing in women's leadership development. In 2006, she founded the two.six.two group, a leadership coaching and consulting firm. Kathy leverages her own work in the corporate world to motivate and inspire other leaders. She has collaborated with CEO's, managers, directors and individual contributors, both men and women, from many diverse companies, including corporations such as Omgeo (a Thomson Financial/DTCC company), NYFIX, and Babson University. Kathy is the director and faculty member of the Graduate Program in Executive Coaching at Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology in Boston (www.mspp.edu).

During her career Kathy has held senior management positions in sales, marketing, business development and relationship management. Kathy has worked for start-up companies, major corporations and nonprofit organizations. She has managed large global teams in many of her roles and has built world-class service organizations.

Kathy's experience also includes owning and operating her own catering company where she honed her entrepreneurial skills. As an avid marathon runner, Kathy has a unique philosophy around the disciplines of marathoning as they relate to leadership. Her diverse experience combined with her energy, passion and enthusiasm serve to inspire others to become extraordinary leaders.

Kathy's facilitation experience encompasses leadership workshops and courses at several financial services institutions, at Mass School of Professional Psychology, and for other diverse groups such as counselors at summer camps and women survivors of abusive relationships. She is the founder of a women's network at a major financial services company and sits on the board for an executive coaching school and several non-profit organizations. She has completed the coaching curriculum at The Coaches Training Institute and is a Certified Professional Behavioral Analyst (CPBA) who is qualified to use DISC and 360 evaluations as well as additional assessment instruments. Kathy is a "Woman of the Year" nominee for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society and has personally raised nearly $100,000 for charity while training for and running marathons.

Interview with Kathy

“And now here is my secret, a very simple secret; it is only with the heart that one can see rightly, what is essential is invisible to the eye.”
Antoine de Saint-Exupery