About Coach Lowell

Lowell Nerenberg coaches executives and teams – like an athletic coach coaches athletes – to perform vital activities with skill and perseverance, and to produce the results required to win.

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Lowell Nerenberg was the founder and CEO of Computer Graphics Distributing Company (CGD), a master wholesale distributor in the Mid-Atlantic region and an Inc. 500 company (#144). He also co-founded a similar firm, New England Computer Graphics (NECG). After 11 years as CEO of CGD, he sold it in a merger and roll-up with five other regional distributors. That merged company went public, as Tekgraf, Inc. (Nasdaq: TKGF), and Lowell was appointed VP of Marketing. Shortly thereafter, Tekgraf acquired NECG.

Lowell has extensive personal experience in the following areas:
• Starting a company from scratch
• Running a growing and successful business
• Overcoming the challenges of exiting through M&A
• Participating in an IPO

In 2005 Lowell became a Vistage Chair, where he led chief executives and key executives in monthly peer group meetings, and coached each of the chief executives in one-on-one monthly sessions. Then, in 2009, he began to specialize in deeper work within individual organizations, focusing on facilitating the overall success of a company through a compelling vision, cultural advances, and by increasing the performance of its executive team.

Besides his on-the-job leadership and coaching experience, Lowell has extensive training and education in human development, coaching strategies and techniques, and neuroscience. .

Specialties >>

• Coach chief executives and teams
• Guide execs through design and completion of challenging game plans
• Establish and maintain a viscerally inspiring vision for an organization
• Identify the core values an organization agrees to live by
• Facilitate off-site strategy meetings
• Mediate challenging intra-company and interpersonal disagreements


Why might you need a coach? Good question >>