The ability to influence, motivate, and bring out the best in people is not a “soft” nice-to-have leadership skill, but a necessary prerequisite. Learning to embody a leadership presence that is attuned to and focused on people requires self-awareness and self-monitoring, emotional & interpersonal intelligence, and an understanding of basic human motivation and development. To do this, a fundamental mindset shift must take place. We help leaders build their people leadership muscles and embody a leadership presence that operates with less ego and more soul.
Part of this leadership presence comes from moving away from a reactive mode and defensive, proving posture. We help leaders show up with grounded, impactful self-confidence regardless of the circumstance or who is in the room.
Drawing on our deep background in leadership development and succession planning and talent management, we can create custom leadership programs, group coaching programs, and provide consultation on the creation of an organizational leadership development strategy.
Janet Ioli is featured in the press as a contributor to Forbes on leadership and career topics, and in Huffington’s Thrive Global.