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Following are a few of the ways we serve leaders and their organizations:

  • One-on-One Leadership Coaching
  • Leadership Team Coaching
  • Group Coaching
  • Workshops customized to meet your needs
  • Board Development
  • Strategic Planning / Training
  • Succession Planning
  • NonProfit Leadership Development
  • Project Support including Secondary Research
  • Personality Assessments
  • Customized Support for Your Organization
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Faux leadership seeks to confuse us. To add complexity to prove their authority. True leadership brings simplicity to the truth. David Sherry I have been following David Sherry of Creative Caffeine around seven months now and there have been numerous quotes that I resonated with but none more than the one above. “True leadership brings… Read More

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 The Illusion of Asymmetric Insight is the belief that I know you inside and out, all of your dreams, hopes, fears, weird tics, how you really want to be able to dance like Patrick Swayze, etc. but, you don’t know me at all, I am too nuanced of a human for you to peg down.… Read More

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Focusing on areas of your life and implementing systems is more powerful than simple goal-setting.

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Wishing you a blessed and Merry Christmas!

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Leadership – such a broad yet nebulous subject. So much is written on the subject and I have contributed to that “fog” of information myself. So, many theories, so many lists, so many routes to so-called “success”and etc. (By the way – there are some really terrible definitions of success out there and “lots of… Read More

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I am still on my “brain hacking” kick, or should I say quest? Quest seems a better option. I have found that most of the people that I follow online by way of newsletters, blogs, Snapchat, and YouTube center in some way around habit forming (without realizing it as it happened!).  Ingesting their content in… Read More

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Notes From Some of Our Clients

“During my time working with BG, his unique insight has helped me not only to handle the present complexities of my role, but to also think beyond my immediate focus in a way that prepares me for future challenges. He has helped me to achieve more than I thought possible, in less time than I believed reasonable, to achieve results that I thought unattainable.”

“I have had the pleasure of working with BG both both as a executive leadership development consultant and class instructor while serving as Chief Innovation Officer at C Spire. His candor and ability to respectfully speak to difficult topics and seek meaningful understandings is greatly appreciated. Whether in individual or group settings with him my learnings grow with each interaction and I always come away with delight and new insights.”

“I recommend BG to anyone who is serious about reaching important goals. In my role as President of Talos Engineered Products, I am lucky to have two sister companies with strong Presidents I can collaborate with on important initiatives and use for internal support. I also report to the CEO of Diakonia who couldn’t be more supportive and helpful. Even with all this support, my progress towards my big goals has really kicked into high gear with BG’s help. My personal goals have been going very well strengthening my family relationships, my spiritual life, and my overall physical health. My big professional goal was to increase the engagement of Talos employees. BG has been instrumental in helping me on this huge undertaking.”

“Since working with BG over the past year, he’s helped me to identify my strengths and weaknesses as a leader. With his encouragement, I’ve been able to create a plan of action to take my professional development to the next level. I’ve really enjoyed the time I’ve spent with BG thus far and look forward to his guidance in the future.”

We help good leaders, and their organizations, become even better by developing a customized approach that best serves their needs.

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