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Your business has grown from startup to emerging enterprise. This maturation process requires judicious planning and execution. The answers aren’t always easy. It all starts with asking the right questions and finding the right business coach. Looking to take your executive management and the organization you lead to the next level? High-impact executive coaching for Denver businesses is at your fingertips through business coach Kathleen Winsor-Games! Get in touch today to learn how The Winsor Group can deliver results that help you move the needle. You’ll see very quickly why executives and entrepreneurs in Colorado depend on The Winsor Group for the best in business coaching.
No matter how the economy is performing at any given time, YOU have the power to bring your work into alignment with your values, strengths, and expectations. At The Winsor Group, we will guide you through eye-opening self-discovery exercises that pinpoint exactly where you are in your career, and where you want to go. Looking to take your career to the next level? Look no further. Kathleen Winsor-Games is a leading Denver-area career coach who will help you jump-start your dreams with clear thinking and a clear path forward.
Sometimes a fresh start or a fresh voice is all your organization needs to begin on a pathway to revitalization. Looking for a dynamic speaker to energize, inspire, and get your group thinking in new ways? Hire Kathleen from The Winsor Group to speak at your next public or corporate event. A proven and sought-after business coach, Denver’s Kathleen Winsor-Games heads The Winsor Group, an executive coaching and mentoring firm that offers a unique combination of bottom-line focused business growth strategies. Included in her business coaching repertoire is team-building expertise. Her methods are backed by success-based practices and disciplines that allow your team to identify specific solutions, take decisive actions with confidence, and create sustainable success in all areas of your business.
Kathleen’s Topic: Using relatable examples of familiar characters from film and literature, we will explore six leadership archetypes and the role they play in conducting business. By examining the pros and cons of each archetype, you will come away with tools to boost effectiveness, tap into your full leadership potential, and tap the full potential of your team.
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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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What Gets in the Way of Strategic Thinking? Steps You Can Take to Move Forward Last week, I wrote about a leader who needs her team to think more strategically in order to accomplish significant company goals. The truth is, executives and professionals at all levels encounter numerous obstacles daily that impede strategic thinking. Here…
Finding the Focus and Discipline for What Matters Most What Drives Your Choices Makes a Difference The first quarter of the year has already sped by. How are you coming along on all the goals you set for 2018? If you have checked most of the goals off your list, congratulations are in order.…
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