Services


One-On-One Coaching, Advise, and Facilitation

  • public speaking, presentation, and pitch-deck assessment and feedback
  • business plan development, review, and red-teaming
  • coaching-the-coach, feedback, and delegation training
  • individual assessment and development
  • team assessment and development
  • one-on-one business and leadership coaching

    First hour consultation no charge. $125/hour, minimum one hour, billed at tenths of an hour thereafter

Key-Note Speaker

Available as a breakfast, lunch, and keynote speaker

  • “The Best Do the Basics Better”
    The simple things the best leaders and teams do well, and the things they avoid that don’t make a difference
  • “When New Leaders Fail”
    Promotion or new position? Here’s what to avoid (and what to do instead) to give them (or yourself) the best chance of success
  • “Basic Listening”
    A master skill that will impact your leadership effectiveness no matter what your seniority or position . . . what does (and doesn’t) deepen trust, raise the conversation, and strengthen commitment (and when to stop listening and act)
  • Special topics available by request (e.g. coaching, delegation, feedback, building trust)

    $200 for twenty minutes

Half Day Workshops

Or $100 for each participant, whichever is more

  • Basic Listening Workshop – Listening effectively is the basis for many management and leadership practices, including coaching, delegation, feedback, and relationship/trust-building. Paying attention is just the start.  A fun, role-playing, improv-based workshop that deepens a master skill.
  • Coaching Your Team – When things go wrong, it’s already too late. Coaching is the basis for building teams and teamwork, yet so many of us avoid this high return-on-investment of our time until we have to or we’re forced to. What works, what doesn’t, and how to do it effectively (with practice time).

    $100/participant, $1000 minimum

Full Day Workshops

  • Running a Meeting for Businesses – how to run an effective meeting that features accountability, progress, and trust (instead of eye-rolls). The basics of getting the most out of the time of the people around the table. Includes templates and role-playing. Outcomes include focused, effective meetings that waste less time and get more done. Aimed at those newly promoted or about to be
  • Running a Meeting for Associations – all of the “Running a Meeting for Businesses”, with an emphasis on Robert’s Rules of Orders, minutes, sub-committees, and all the things a newly-elected chair needs to know to keep their board and their community happy.

    $200/participant, $2000 minimum

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