Boost your leadership skills
When you partner with an executive coach, you can develop leadership skills that help you tackle your toughest challenges with confidence:
- Navigate office politics with agility and confidence.
- Delegate effectively (and get things done!).
- Develop teams that work well together.
- Deliver business results reliably.
- Achieve the recognition—and rewards–you deserve.
Supercharge your career
Would you trade money for meaning? Nine of 10 workers in the U.S. would. (BetterUp, 2019)
Working with a career coach empowers you to:
- Discover opportunities that align your skills, value and purpose.
- Earn recognition for your work.
- Contribute measurably to your company’s success.
- Balance work and personal goals.
- Positively impact others.
Discover your potential and purpose at work with a visionary career coach to guide and challenge you.
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A Message from Kathleen Winsor-Games, Principal
As an accomplished executive business coach and career advisor, it is my sincere belief that your passion and beliefs — when aligned with disciplined, success-based business principles — really can drive sustainable results for your company and its shareholders. As a career coach, I can help guide you to a more strategic approach to your role that will lead to significant contributions and measurable outcomes within the workplace.
Through these guiding principles, I can help you reinvent your work, and ignite breakthrough success for you, your team, and your business.
Kathleen brings over 20 years of experience as a coach, strategist, and confidential advisor to executives from startups to Fortune 500 companies throughout the United States. As an innovative thinker, published author, and results-oriented business coach, her programs integrate powerful techniques, processes, and practical tools to promote positive change and encourage dynamic workplace communication and collaboration.
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