The advocates are consultants, business owners, leaders, and practitioners who are on point to add perspective, share breakthrough strategies and tactics. They have a shared desire to help small and mid-sized companies and teams navigate their unique challenges and are brought in as needed.
"Analytical, intense, and imaginative - a problem solver driven to perfection."
That line above from my Predictive Index assessment perfectly describes me. In my work life I'm results oriented with a strong sense of urgency tempered and disciplined by my strong concern for accuracy and quality. As a coach I strive to be patient, encouraging, and ask thought provoking questions for the coachee.
I got my footings early in life having worked for successful entrepreneurs from the age of 13 who believed in me and showed me the ropes. We're talking ALL the ropes. From GM of a high-volume bar and restaurant on the UofM campus when I was just a baby to building and leading Talent Attraction for larger enterprises and architecting operations frameworks to support continuous improvement, I've learned to ask the right questions to build the best approach. I've developed strong business acumen, people leadership, and analytical skills that allow me to quickly identify and scale sustainable solutions from challenging situations.
A 6 on the Enneagram with a wing 5.
In personal life I'm the wife, mama to many (2 and 4 legged), lover of adventure, and student of people and nature. I love the roar of a wide open Harley and exquisite engineering of the some of the finer things in life. I'm a fierce defender of the underdog and nurturer of the helpless. I see all people first as having God-given intrinsic value and worth. I'm considered a free-spirited introvert, word-play opportunist, and experience creator.
We set out to help business leaders break through limiting beliefs holding them back and support them in building toward the future. It's really that simple.
What are limiting beliefs leaders face today?
As if they don't have enough challenges, leaders are now being pressured to have their business stand for social and civil issues. Between the media and other sources bombarding them with messaging about what they "should do," often with skewed data sets, many leaders are left to check the virtue signal box with little meaning behind it. In the end, that's really a disservice to the people and the business when it's not really rooted in anything. We want to help leaders be better and give meaning to the things they choose to do.
Leadership is often a lonely place, we want to be a resource and partner so you can get back to focusing on your people and vision.