Leadership Development

Employees Sitting at Confrence Table

Develop, Create, & Inspire

Every day, you are putting out fires and having to be in reactive mode. Finding the right formula to build a successful team.

Imagine if everyone was on board with what needed to get accomplished? You may be experiencing like things are not quite right. Lack of progress. Resources or support from your organization and the tools to help with advancement may not be available. This has many leaders frustrated, so they often feel abandoned by those around them–a difficult thing for anyone who takes pride in what they do!


Strong leaders know how to self-reflect so they can be the best version of themselves. What type of leader are you? 








What does it means to be an Ally, Champion, or Advocate. Creating a space of inclusion.


Understanding  your audience

Effective communication 

Recognize non verbal cues

Navigating conversations


You get one first impression. 

When does it start? First day may be too late.


Who will they meet with first?

Are they engaged with others?

How do you want them to feel?

Are there goals set?


Answers are not always found with the Leader.

Designing a program with meaning, purpose, and defined goals.


Engaging content

Team collaboration


Focus on the outcome

“If they don’t give you a seat at the table, bring a folding chair.”

Shirley Chisholm

What if you could feel confident, enthusiastic, and focused with both your team and your goals?

A leader who knows they have the right people in the right seats has better collaboration with teams and is an unbeatable combination. That’s why I created a program for leaders like me to give them the path to change, and the tools they need in order to achieve success.

Leveraging my experience and expertise, I guide people toward their goals. It’s this core mission and dedication to helping others that has allowed me to thrive and realize my greatest passion – mentorship