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Bozeman, MT 59715
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Executive Coach | Author | SpeakerLinda Roszak Burton, ACC, BBC, BS, Founder, and President of DRW, Inc., a leadership development and executive coaching firm. Linda focuses on supporting the development of leaders and teams to overcome conflict and gain control of overwhelming pressures and daily challenges that limit progress and success. She combines the latest research in positive psychology, gratitude, and neuroscience in the delivery of executive and team coaching services.
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Linda Roszak Burton, ACC, BBC, BS, Founder, and President of DRW, Inc., a leadership development and executive coaching firm. The firm supports the development of leaders and teams to overcome conflict and gain control of overwhelming pressures and daily challenges that limit progress and success. Her strengths-based leadership coaching framework integrates research and best practices in positive psychology, gratitude, neuroscience, and positive organizational behavior (POB) encompassing health and well-being, principles of neuroleadership, and strengths-based performance improvement.
As a gratitude subject matter expert, Linda served in an advisory role for a Nurse Well-Being Steering Committee at a
major academic medical center. She is also conducting research with Central Queensland University in Queensland,
Australia, and Angelia Ruskin University in Cambridge, England, on gratitude interventions to support nurse resilience
and stress management.
Linda is a credentialed executive coach through the International Coach Federation, a certified Brain-Based Coach
through the NeuroLeadership Institute, a licensed Positive Psychology Instructor, and a member of the Institute of
Coaching at McLean Hospital/Harvard Medical School Affiliate. She holds a B.S. in Health Education from Virginia
Tech and has completed coursework pursuing an M.S. in Conflict Management at the University of Baltimore.
Linda writes for the Wharton Healthcare Quarterly feature series on gratitude, is a frequent blogger, and author of
Gratitude Heals®- A Journal for Inspiration and Guidance. In addition, her Great Mills TEDx
Talk on Gratitude- The Power to Heal the World was released in December 2022.
“A very powerful, relevant (TEDx) message that we can all learn from. Appreciate you caring enough to speak loudly about this topic, and your commitment to making this world a better place.”
Rob Weinhold, Crisis Leadership Expert Chief Executive
“As an executive coach, Linda has a gift of listening to others, acknowledging their thoughts and perspectives, and, adapting to the almost daily change initiatives we were dealing with.”
Michelle Kraus, LNHA, MHSA
Former Executive Director at Ingleside Engaged Living
“Thank you for your leadership. Please know you are making a difference with this group of nurses! We walk out of the board room recharged, brimming with gratitude and smiles. As their leader, I am seeing changes in how they approach situations and focus on gratitude.”
Trisha Jungels, MS, BAN, RN
JRMC Chief Nursing Officer
“The COVID-19 pandemic has left healthcare staff stressed, isolated and uncertain about the future. Add to the losses we’ve suffered the constant need to present ourselves as more “okay” than we really feel. Linda’s program, Gratitude Heals During Times of Isolation and Uncertainty was helpful to our nursing home community which needed that change in perspective to see although we have been through a lot there was a lot to be grateful towards.”
Bryan O. Buckley, DrPH, MPH
MedStar Institute for Quality and Safety
“In 2020, Linda presented “The Power of Gratitude to Heal Our Hearts, Minds and Bodies” as a keynote session of a recognition conference for all the nurses in my large healthcare system. Linda creatively and elegantly wove the latest neuroscience on the power of gratitude through a series of powerful examples that was poignantly relative to frontline nurses. Applying science to gratitude and the impact on our ability to manage constant change and ongoing uncertainty spoke volumes to myself and my colleagues, especially during the very trying times of a pandemic. As a nurse leader, I continue to reflect on Linda’s presentation and utilize her resources to keep myself grounded in the power of gratitude as I strive to support my team to be their best selves and do their best work during an especially trying time.”
LeAnn Ogilvie, MSN, MHA, RN
Executive Director Providence Nursing Institute | Clinical Academy