Great leaders know to continually sharpen their strengths.

Rather than waste time on their weaknesses, they find others to fill the gaps.

It’s no longer enough for leaders to have business or technical proficiency. Leaders need high emotional intelligence (EQ). “[It’s] the key to success in leadership and being able to relate to others” (Forbes, 2017)

A leader’s mood is contagious

EQ flows through an organization like electricity. Successful leaders are optimistic and high-energy—but always authentic. And they’re skilled at transferring these qualities to their employees.

“Effective communication is the most important predictor of leadership success” (Harvard Business Review, 2016).

Agile interpersonal skills set off an emotional and behavioral chain reaction throughout an organization. High EQ maximizes employee engagement and leads to cohesive, higher-functioning teams. The result? A new degree of productivity that drives more successful business outcomes.

Managing for financial results begins with the leader managing their inner life

Leaders with competencies in self-management, empathy, teamwork, coaching, and mentoring enhance the emotional climate in their organizations and more effectively engage employees.

You can increase your EQ

The tools I use give leaders insightful and actionable feedback about their EQ levels. And the great news is, with practice, you can continuously develop your EQ. The people who get promoted most often and lead powerhouse teams are those who invest in their EQ.

Coaching for Outcomes

I work to increase your interpersonal and leadership skills by strengthening your:

  • Self-awareness and Self-management
  • Relationship Management
  • Empathy
  • Active Listening
  • Presence 
  • Empowerment
  • Ability for Difficult Conversations
  • Relationship Management
  • Team-building Skills

Great leaders understand the importance of communicating complex ideas in concise, straightforward language. Following a systematic approach, it’s easy to improve your:

  • Public speaking by using video playback and other tools.
  • Writing practices for influencing key stakeholders.
  • Storytelling for sparking change and building consensus.

I work with leaders in person, over the phone, or via Skype.