Are you a new leader? Or finding your leadership being stretched by challenging responsibilities? Maybe you've always been an individual high performer. But leading others to do the same requires a whole new set of skills. I am here to help you learn faster, go farther, and do better!
For more than 30 years, I've engaged in organizational leadership, marketplace and not-for-profit management, and personal and leadership development. I understand the challenges most leaders face every day.
Today, I focus on helping individuals just like you discover how
to be a leader worth following
to empower others
to accomplish your shared mission
and to do that through healthy, trusting relationships.
I like to think I've been learning leadership from a very early age. My dad taught us to assess a situation, determine the right thing to do, engage others to join, then lean into it with positive action. I apply that strategy with my clients. The path you choose to take must be your own, discovered out of your unique identity, values and experience. My role is to facilitate that discovery.
By the way, people ask me about my dad, Glenn Cunningham. He was a two-time Olympian and multiple world-record holder, inducted into the USA Track & Field Hall of Fame and recognized as the most outstanding track athlete in Madison Square Garden’s 100-year history. He was also “father” to more than 8,000 troubled young teens. If you’re interested, you can read more about him here.
Leaders have enormous responsibility. Whether you lead an organization or lead a family, your leadership matters! Few leaders have access to an objective person to listen, ask deeply reflective questions, and speak truth into their lives. Meeting with a coach provides a confidential space in which leaders can think strategically about the issues most important to them. A coach helps you explore events, relationships, goals and obstacles in real-time, facilitating greater clarity and the creation of tangible action steps that move toward a more desirable future. Coaching also provides encouragement and accountability to stay the course and bring about positive change.
What do you want to change?