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Emotional Intelligence

Research has shown that people join organizations, but leave bosses. Studies further confirm that Emotional Intelligence (EI) is twice as important as IQ and technical skills for jobs at all levels. People who have high levels of EI earn an average of $29,000 more per year and it is THE key differentiator for what ...

Discover your TotalSDI

TotalSDI

Four Powerful Questions Every Leader Must Answer A recent Deloitte study identified the top four critical challenges facing every organization today — leadership, engagement, culture, and performance. To tackle these concerns and spark change, you need to ask engaging, thought-provoking ...

Leadership Coaching, Learn to have greater influence and leadership effectiveness

Training Options

Training Options Individual Coaching Designed for individuals seeking to enhance their personal influence and leadership effectiveness Team Trainings Designed for groups of up to 30 Emotional Intelligence and Total SDI individual coaching and team trainings include a suite of assessments to ...

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Training Options

Training Options Individual Coaching Designed for individuals seeking to enhance their personal influence and leadership effectiveness Team Trainings Designed for groups of up to 30 Emotional Intelligence and Total SDI individual coaching and team trainings include a suite of assessments to ...

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Customized Leadership Toolkit

Whether you’re a CEO of a Fortune 500 company or working on the front lines of an organization without a title, if you have influence, you are a leader. I have taught, trained and inspired leaders in a variety of industries providing customized solutions to their unique leadership challenges. As both a college professor ...

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Navigating Female Leadership

I have led teams internationally and stateside, within small and large organizations, and in the safety of both the classroom and the jungle of life. As a female, this meant saying “yes” to a narrow road, a road that traditional cultures attempt to restrict and boys clubs hang an invisible “no girls allowed” sign. ...