The official name for what I do is “transformational leadership consulting.” But what does that mean?
It’s many things rolled into one — including supporting, active listening, accountability, and establishing trust. Together, we identify needed change, create a vision and guide the change through the evolution of the team and community. Any transitional phase will bring about all sorts of new opportunities. These take time to process. There is a need for clarity and understanding of what’s occurring within the system. I work in tandem with committed members of a group as an integral part of the transformational process.
Most importantly, I’m here to hold the space open, create deeper avenues for curiosity and vulnerability while empowering you, your team or community to work toward the health and growth of your organization. I'm also a coach and resource for individuals, team leaders and those inspired to take the next step into a new role or venture.
More than traditional consulting services, I consider myself a partner to help you navigate the adaptive change process. I’m a deep listener and a neutral, non-anxious presence. I always look to discover and reflect your needs, even when they’re unspoken.
Together we will co-create excitement, new energy, purpose, investment and revitalized engagement.
Provide and support clarity in leadership. The skills of clear, healthy leadership are self-awareness, descriptiveness, curiosity, appreciation and accountability.
- Effective leaders are courageous in the midst of challenges
- Respects the opinions of others, but knows the variances between responsible and irresponsible thinking and acting
- Focuses on community well-being understanding that the individual health of all contribute to the greater whole
- Recognizes they are not super human, but always developing emotional and spiritual maturity which is reflected as a non-anxious presence and less reactive to changing life events
- Focuses on strengths
- Matures the system
- Is focused on one’s own growth and see life as a curriculum
- Looks within at any areas of stuckness
- Has a universal perspective
- Works with motivated people
- Understand that issues arise from pre-existing conditions
On-going learning and education are core and essential in our ever-evolving world. It can be our foundation. Education gives us groundwork and helps anchor new skills, while development can help any leader, group or community solve the problems they face both individually and collectively. Development, as I use it, inspires us to take on what challenges us and move toward a higher vision. It’s the process of helping human systems learn about collaboration as way of increasing communication, participation, investment and connection. Development supports participants in a variety of ways underpinned to support all participants by Multiple Intelligences. The eight multiple intelligences constitute the human intellectual toolkit. We each possess the capacity to develop several intelligences. My courses, workshops, talks and even keynote lectures incorporate several intelligences for the sake of mass engagement and participation.
My aim is to guide increased organizational well-being by creating avenues for deeper connections. As we witness and respond through observation, techniques, as well as, participation, we begin to understand how accountability is a self-imposed part of integrity, which connects us to the greater whole. Accountability is not punitive. It’s about individuals and groups moving forward to promote the timely accomplishment of an organizations mission. This creates choice and space for all the members of the organization, every single person, to become contributors supporting an empowered community.
Why Well-Being Matters
A culture of well-being is linked to important organizational outcomes, such as productivity, health, and volunteer participant retention. These factors complement and affect one another in ways that leaders can influence. When individual well-being is a priority, organizations thrive.
It’s always the time to create a culture of accountability, cultivate team engagement, and have healthy dialogue.
When we see ourselves as part of a system contributing to the whole, we have greater success embodying the mission of the organization.
Our work together will create excitement, new energy, purpose, investment, engagement, hope, and restoration.
I SEE: “Organizations transformed into authentic communities of unique, adventurous individuals empowered to lead and committed to grow."
COMMITTED TO: "Partner, inspire and ignite renewed community engagement and strengthen organizational health built on safety, trust and accountability."