Whether you want to design your “next chapter”, contemplate a whole new career, polish a presentation, clear out your clutter, or get the road map to your intuition — or something completely different — professional coaching can help.
That’s why all great athletes have coaches.
If you’re curious about what a coach can do for you, e-mail Lee to schedule a complimentary discovery session. It is a perfect way to understand what coaching is and if you are a good match for each other. No strings attached.
The most common misconception about coaching is around “counseling”. Coaching is not psychotherapy. It does not delve into the past as much as it pulls you to the present, promotes action and takes one into self empowerment. If you want to research a little more about coaching, Wikipedia has a great explanation.
The number one goal when I started coaching with Lee was to find a full time position that spoke to my passions and talents in the non-profit world after being laid off due to budget cuts in a job I thought would be my last before enjoying retirement. Lee helped me dissolve the residual anger I was experiencing when we met and I am now reveling in some positive changes that were made since my departure. I got the new career and I find it fulfilling and challenging in all the best ways.
A definition of leadership can be found in an ancient source. 6th Century B.C. philosopher, Lao Tzu said; “When the best leader’s work is done, the people say, we did it ourselves.” Leadership is the capacity of people to develop, to create, and to sustain over time. Paradoxically, the very acts of leadership that enable people to self-govern are often invisible, and rarely seen as leadership. Lee seeks to discover, give voice, and create visibility for these subtle, yet critical, forms of leadership. She holds you in her heart, while simultaneously pushing you into your best self. What an incredible skill! – Shelley Jacobson, CEO, Minnesota Communities Caring For Children October 2015