Looking to grow your leadership capacity?

Whether you want to help your organizational grow or are looking to take your leadership skills to the next level, all leaders benefit from a helping hand. Sometimes we need a teacher or mentor, and other times we benefit from a coach. And there are times we need a mixture of the above. Wherever you may find yourself on your leadership journey, if you are looking for help to close the gap between where you are and where you want to be, you have come to the right place.

  • Looking for resources for self-study or one-on-one training?
    • I have got you covered!
  • Interested in peer-to-peer learning with a group?
    • There are Mastermind studies for that.
  • Have enough training and need that added push for sustainable implementation?
    • One-on-one coaching is likely your next step.
  • Not sure where you are at?
    • Let’s chat and come up with a customized plan that will work for you

Utilizing the resources and training of John Maxwell – world renown leadership guru – and Patrick Lencioni – pioneer in organizational health – I have ample methods to assist you on your leadership journey!

Every leader faces challenges!

Although there are commonalities to the challenges leaders face, your leadership journey is as unique as you are. That is why I seek first to understand where you are at, where you would like to be, and the obstacles preventing you from closing the gap. From there we develop a plan forward so your preferred future can become your present reality.

Unsure if you are ready to take the plunge? Read on.

Why continuous leadership development?

Perhaps you feel as though you have learned all there is to know bout leadership? Or maybe you have found your stride and are in cruise mode where things seem great, and yet deep down you are waiting for the other shoe to drop?

It is a great feeling when we hit a place of comfort and everything is going great. Those are moments worthy of celebration. However, if we stay there too long, the comfort of success replaces our desire to grow.

When leaders fail to grow, they set themselves up to become obsolete. The world around us is in a perpetual state of change, whether we want it to be or not. For leaders to lead through this change, maintaining relevance and the comforts of success, they must embrace the posture of continual learning and growth.

The best way to do this is through intentionality with a customized leadership development program. With customized training and coaching to fit your needs I can help you stay on the leading edge.

Say yes to your growth today by contacting me to learn more!

Why hire a coach when I can figure it out myself?

Remember the last time you were stuck? A time when you were unsure how to bridge the gap between where you were and where you wanted to be? You knew something needed to change, but what change do you make? And then along came another perspective that helped you get unstuck! This is why great leaders do not do it on their own.

We are all shaped by our past and limited by our experiences. The way we see the world around us is only a piece of the puzzle. If we are to lead people beyond our own limits, we need to humble ourselves and welcome outside perspectives. Perspectives and ideas that will challenge our thinking and expand our horizons. Perspectives that will help us see a path forward, a path to get unstuck. This is what allows us to keep leading others further rather than being a lid to their growth.

As an outside perspective, I can help you see the unseen which is preventing you from achieving your desired results. Through leadership development and coaching I can help you clarify your goals, identify the barriers hindering your success, and help you move from desire to action as you realize your next level of success.

It is time to get unstuck. Contact me today!

What if I prioritize training for my team instead?

How would you respond if your boss said to you:

“Do as I say, not as I do!”

How effective would this be in changing your behavior? Does it inspire you to do better or encourage you to find a different leader?

The reality is, as a leader you are setting an example for your team that shapes their behavior. The question is, what example are you setting? Is it possible the behaviors you model are actually contributing to the problems you want addressed in your team?

Although at first glance focusing on yourself to change others can seem counterintuitive, leaders who embrace this approach find they are better equipped to lead, guide, and empower their team. As they change, their team notices and are empowered to follow suit. This increases the team’s desire to grow as well as their willingness to follow their leader.

Let’s be honest. Would do you really want to work for a leader with the motto: “Do as I say not as I do”? Or would you rather work for a leader who’s motto is:

“Let me show you the way so you can learn how.”

You get to choose which type of leader you want to be. If you want to be the type that influences their team by modeling the desired behavior, I can help you do that. If you want to be the other type of leader your competitor asked me to pass on a message. “Thank you!”