Transform how you lead and create amazing teams. We help coach and guide leaders to be the most awesome version of themselves, and to lead high-performing and engaged teams. Are you ready to be part of Team Awesome?
Leadership (emerging to executive), high-achiever and introvert leaders, individual and group coaching.
Leadership & culture development programs built to coach your leaders up and build sustainable change in the organization.
WHAT CAN HIRING A COACH DO FOR YOU?
REACH YOUR GOALS
Identify where you are and where you want to be, and then take the first steps towards making it happen.
Let’s build it to last so you can be accountable to stay on track and moving forward.
FOCUS ON WHAT IS IMPORTANT
Remove the noise and the roadblocks taking your energy away from what is most important to you.
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A High-Achieving Introvert’s Guide to Self-Discovery, Leadership and Playing Big
Part personal experience, part lessons on how to improve the way we live and work; this book provides a blueprint for high-achievers to re-write their definition of success and unlock potential for total greatness.
“I have a secret to enjoying life, want to know what it is? I revel in the tiniest of joys. I have a healthy obsession for awesome little moments, or as some refer to as micro-joys.”
“Do anything, but let it produce joy.”
“Sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.”
“I am not afraid… I was born to do this.”
JOAN OF ARC
Katie is a leadership coach, speaker, author and team culture expert with the goal of helping leaders be the best version of themselves. She has spent over fifteen years leading awesome teams, coaching leaders around her and evolving her own leadership style. She is the go-to expert for emerging leaders, high-achievers, and introverts. She is an optimistic realist and enjoys finding awesomeness in all areas of life.
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