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“Leaders become great, not because of their power, but because of their ability to empower others.”

John Maxwell

Leaders or those aspiring to be leaders are expected to have the necessary skills and the experience to lead a successful company or organization.  They are expected to have emotional intelligence, credibility, confidence, commitment, and excellent communication skills. Investing in executive coaching to close any skill/experience gaps will contribute to being an effective leader, attracting the best opportunities, and achieving your leadership goals. 


  • Needs Assessment

  • Determine Goals & Develop Action Plan


  • Professional Development Plan (PDP)

  1. Self-Assessment (professional interests, knowledge, skills, etc.) and Clifton Strengths Top 5 Assessment

  2. Set Goals

  3. Develop Strategies (Close Skills/Experience gaps)

  4. Create Timeline

  • Team Building

  • Relationship Building

  • Time Management (Set priorities, delegate, the 80/20 rule)

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