How to Develop & Deliver Your Money-Making Leadership Story
Gain the CONFIDENCE and the STRATEGY to show up & share your experience with an audience of eager buyers
Training for Women Ascending into Leadership in 2018
She will not be traditional and she will not look "the part". But she is EXACTLY the woman who will harness the persuasive power of her hips, her lips, her intellect and her fire.
In this training for ambitious leaders, you will learn:
1. Why 2017 strategies won't necessarily work in 2018
2. Why you need a high-profile leader brand and what that really means
3. Who I am and what qualifies me to teach you anything!
4. How to develop YOUR leadership story and get it in front of the right audience
5. Mistakes to watch out for in developing your successful leader brand
I am a leadership consultant and certified leadership coach for women ascending into high-profile or higher-levels of leadership. I've been coaching and consulting in different capacities for over 10 years.
My most significant work is in working intimately with women to support them in getting out of their own way, trusting their own intuition, and having the courage to put the most sacred (and often vulnerable) pieces of their life story together into legacy-building, money-making assets that they can leverage to accelerate their businesses or profiles for years to come. Basically, I support my woman. My one. We delve into her life. If it's business support and advice that's what she gets. If it's advice about managing her personal life, or building her network, or growing in her leadership capacity, you name it we deal with it.
There is a serious NEED for women to trust. Trust themselves. Trust their capabilities. Trust that they are the answer that someone needs RIGHT NOW.
I am a speaker and the foremost authority on couture confidence. I have expertise and insight into how stigmas & stereotypes can keep high-achieving women leaders (career girls, entrepreneurs, and those in the C-Suite) from believing bigger and truly becoming who they were created to become in this lifetime.
Recently, I've been brought into opportunities to consult on workplace equity (racial and gender bias), microaggression, and helping "white women of privilege" (this is how THEY identify themselves) to support, collaborate and liaise with women of color. This last piece has been really dear to me because these are women who feel more compelled than ever to more deeply connect to supporting their sisters of other backgrounds.