Develop Your Leadership Skills

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Leadership at any level can be challenging. Taking on a leadership role for the first time or expanding the scope of your responsibilities means more demands on your time. 

As a leader, in addition to yourself, others are counting on you. Including the team you manage, the people you report to you, and the other important people in your life that you want to be present for.

When you find yourself in a new leadership position, sometimes you need an experienced leader yourself, a guide, a sounding board, to help you uphold the promises you’ve made to your team and you.

Our six month and three-month programs are designed to help new and experienced leaders take their performance to the next level to achieve their goals relative to defining what success means to you, improving your skills, preparing for future assignments or achieving better work-life balance.

We will review your unique strengths and talents and identify skill gaps and actionable plans to close the gaps. We will accomplish this through the selection of a variety of tools including assessments, 360 Feedback and most importantly using powerful questions to enable you to leverage me as your coach as a Thinking Partner to get unstuck and meet the challenges and opportunities ahead of you.

In our sessions, we will explore the beliefs and strengths that brought you to where you are. You will gain insights into how others see you, how you see yourself, and see your current state and road ahead with greater clarity.

You will unlock ideas from within as to how you can cultivate and refine your skills to drive future outcomes. You will have the chance to explore your challenges and opportunities from multiple directions to understand how best to serve yourself and the people important to you.

Most importantly once you develop the strategies and plans to take your performance to the next level in a clear-headed and authentic manner you will leave each session with a plan to hold yourself accountable and drive change.

The answers are within you. My job as your

Thinking Partner is to ask the questions that allow you to unlock the information you need to be successful.

Let’s start the conversation.