Tim and Meg’s workshop at our conference of World Bank Group human resources managers brought the principles of conscious leadership to a diverse group of leaders from around the world. Inspiring and enthusiastic, they showed participants how to move from simply putting out daily HR fires to creating a culture where people learn to be more effective and help themselves without the drama. Their presentation was practical and immediately applicable to our work here.
— Ruth Grove, The World Bank Group Human Resources Manager



Tim Peek creates new possibilities for leaders, their organizations, couples and curious individuals. 

He is a Conscious Leadership Group-certified executive coach and consultant who uses the power of disruption and presence to help people and organizations create their desired future. He is a digital strategist and organizational analyst who puts the human element back into technology. Tim is most passionate about reinventing the workplace so that people are fully connected, creative and enlivened.

He’s also an Emmy award-winning journalist, former NBC News executive, endurance athlete and Killington ski patroller of the year. He’s a mentor to the SparkLabs incubator in Seoul, South Korea, and the MergeLane incubator in Boulder, Colorado.

For Tim, working with Conscious Leap clients combines the real-world value of strategy and execution with the expanded learning and insight that comes with examining what's going on beneath the surface.

What he most likes about being outdoors in winter is the feel of cold air filling his lungs. He’s in his element when he’s sweating and breathing hard.



Meg is a Hendricks-certified conscious leadership coach who specializes in building creative cultures and relationships in the workplace. She uses the power of physical movement, whole-brain learning and emotional intelligence to bring deeper levels of understanding to creative workers and their organizations. For Meg, creating successful workplaces requires heart and body as well as a keen intellect. She believes that successful 21st century workplaces encourage their people to give their best in all aspects of life, not just sitting at their desks.

Before guiding organizations and their leaders to higher performance, Meg spent a decade reporting on Vermont politics for the Associated Press. Since then, she’s written about weapons of mass destruction, curated and photographed hip local dining guides, and created and managed platforms to support community in schools and neighborhoods.

Meg believes humans learn best when they physically experience their lessons and that creativity requires both hemispheres of the brain as well as an active and engaged body. At Conscious Leap, Meg asks the question: "What is the embodiment of the change you want to create?" and then guides clients to create that experience.

Who We Work With

We work with individual leaders, teams and entire organizations that want to take their game to the next level. 

Our clients range from startup founders, to non-profits, to legacy companies in a variety of fields. What ties them together is a desire to change the status quo, curiosity about better ways to do things, and a commitment to learning. 

The curriculum Tim & Meg use sets up the framework for taking radical responsibility and for having – what I’ve come to appreciate as the most important ingredient for success in many life situations  – direct and open communication even when it feels awkward or uncomfortable.
— Patrick Berkeley, founder IcarusWorks


    •    Women In Technology International, San Jose, CA, June 2016

    •    "Moving From Hero To Coach," The World Bank Group, Human Resources Conference, Washington, DC, April 2016

    •    21st Century Leadership Skills, New York City, April 2016 (public workshop)

    •    Resilience and Self-Leadership, Middlebury College, Middlebury, VT, March 2016