75% of executive women experience imposter syndrome.
I’m on a mission to bring that number down. Want to come along?
With the right partner, your next chapter can be the one where you share, create, and inspire like you never have before.
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Can you relate to any of these statements?
- After an accomplished and driven career thus far, you find yourself unsure what your next chapter looks like. There’s a restlessness that hasn’t been there before.
- You have worked for many kinds of managers, but you may have met your match with your current boss. You two are out of sync: you feel micromanaged, or totally on your own.
- With so much going on, you’re worried you will miss something important. It feels like you are always scurrying to keep up with industry developments and internal politics, but it’s never enough.
- You lack a confidante with whom you can share what you are really experiencing without feeling too vulnerable or exposed.
- You feel concerned that you’re not visible enough to the key people who can influence your future success in your organization.
- Women who report to you have said they do not aspire to your job because it looks a little miserable. It bothers you, and may even be a business risk, but you aren’t sure what you would change.
This is where I come in…
As a leadership coach, my job is to help you:
- Make conscious career choices that reflect your values and talents
- Get your needs met with your boss and other critical internal partners
- Establish yourself as a thought leader and driver of results in your organization
- Trust yourself to deliver your best work consistently
- Take a deep breath and enjoy the ride
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Imagine our work together is complete…
Your path forward is clear and you can’t wait to set out on the next phase of your life adventure.
You feel at ease and confident in your relationship with your manager and peers.
You are fully present for your team and can give them the kind of coaching and career support they deserve.
The next generation of women aspire to your role and you have played a significant role in showing them the way forward.
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