While the expertise of a coaching professional is a critical component in the coach-coachee relationship, it is secondary to the individual’s commitment to personal/professional discovery.
I Build Confident Leaders
This is my answer to the question of, “What do you do?” The answer is a gift from the language of my Clients−the experience of my Impact in this world through the work I’ve chosen to do; and the work that has chosen me.
How do I do this?
I guide the individual through a process of discovery highlighting who they are at the core, and therefore bringing them into the presence of their own Impact−A Living Methodology.
A Living Methodology
From the beginning, my vision for my work has had me doing my part, through the leaders I support, to make work in our society more individually fulfilling while assisting these leaders in making their respective workplaces environments of creative abundance where they confidently give from their brand of leadership love.
Through my personal self-discovery journey, I’ve utilized a powerful principle on which I have built my program method:
Whatever you desire to do for others, you must be able to do for yourself.
Desire & Intent
My process brings to consciousness what is already there and powerful in the individual:
Desire & Intent−and creating a development story built on this powerful, unique methodology.
My Desire & Intent for you is as follows:
1) That you Embrace the Power of Who You Are
2) That you Act on Your Trueness
3) That you Lovingly Lead Others to their Own Authentic Confidence
The 21st Century leader is someone who has discovered, and lives in, A New Confidence. This means they have opened to a conscious presence with the confidence found in their own authenticity. And from this authentic place, they now lead others to their own authentic confidence in the work to which they’ve chosen to put their hand.
It’s okay to love our work, and in our work, love.
My life’s purpose is played out in work where I’m free to encourage the individual. Encouragement is the strength of my voice. I love to quote Gil Bailie: “Don’t ask yourself what the world needs. Ask yourself what makes you come alive, and go and do that. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive.”