Ronnie "Bubba" Frizzell...If you call me by my real name, it's likely I will not respond because I have always gone by Bubba.
Ramsey Solutions Hire Date?
August 6, 2018
DISC - D(67), I(67), S(77), C(25)
Enneagram - 2
Myers Briggs - INFJ
StrengthsFinder - 1) Belief, 2) Empathy, 3) Responsibility, 4) Woo, 5) Arranger
Education, Certifications & Awards
B.A., Music Business, Belmont University
Masters in Christian Leadership, degree anticipated 2019, Dallas Theological Seminary
Where are you from?
The Great Nation of Texas
Leap Over A Wall by Eugene Peterson
If I had to eat one thing for the rest of my life, what would it be?
Fajitas with a ton of chips and salsa
What did you do before this?
I was previously in pastoral ministry. While serving on staff at our church, I taught weekly, oversaw and executed strategic initiatives, and coached a team of 70 volunteer leaders.
Experience you’ve had the lends itself to leadership coaching?
After hitting the wall in my own leadership journey of leading a large volunteer team, I needed help. The organization I was leading began to outgrow my capacity. I kept trying to learn new principles from best-selling books and they would help… for a moment. Ultimately, it wasn’t the new principles from the newest and best thought leaders that brought about the growth I needed.
I realized the help I needed could only come from working closely with a guide to coach me. I began working with an executive coach to work through the leadership challenges I was facing and the fog began to finally lift. I came to experience coaching as vital to my leadership journey. It was through being coached that my passion to coach leaders began, and it transformed the way I led those around me.
Why do you love being a Leadership Coach?
I love being a leadership coach because I believe “everything rises and falls on leadership.” A person in leadership has the potential to not just help their team experience financial prosperity, but also leave a legacy people want to embody for generations to come. I love helping a leader live out the calling God has given them to lead in a transformational way and I love navigating the challenges they experience on the way there.
Favorite coaching conversation to have? Why?
One of my favorite coaching conversations to have is helping a leader engage in conflict because I believe the health at the top determines the health throughout. I love having conversations regarding culture because I believe the values shaping a team members experience at work maximizes the potential for success. Lastly, and probably my favorite conversation to work with leaders on, is helping a leader navigate through their current challenge and guiding them to discover what it looks like to own their voice.