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Ready to Level Up? Work With Coaches Recommended by Our Community

LIFE Jan 29, 2019

 

HEYMAMA: READY TO LEVEL UP! RECOMMENDATION LIST

Whether we’re taking on new challenges or killing it in a role and industry we’re comfortable in, there is always room for growth. An outside perspective can help us get where we want to go more efficiently— and more enjoyably. That’s why executive leadership and life coaches provide value to ambitious mamas as we make big moves.

Coaches assist us in honing the tools we already have in order to help us maximize our potential. On the leadership side, they help us find more proactive business solutions and promote positive company cultures. Working with a coaches can have a remarkable impact on our problem-solving skills and conflict resolution. Beyond helping us develop our ability to lead, coaches help us align the ways we’re spending our time with our goals. They help can improve our confidence and, ultimately, our bottom line. Making every effort to lead with self-awareness and investing in developing our emotional intelligence pays dividends.

Of course, so many mamas in our community already know just how beneficial leadership coaching can be. When mama boss and member Julie Weber, COO at The Helm and founder of LOKAH / CO, asked for recommendations on our members-only forums, the community jumped in right away to recommend the coaches who have helped them level up. Ready to meet a few of the coaches HEYMAMA members love working with?

Melissa Anderson is the founder of boxtheoutside, a creative consulting and coaching brand built with a passion for people and products. She has contributed to global brands such as J.Crew, True Religion, and BLK DNM. Her executive coaching strategy revolves around developing transformational skills that promote synergy, taking advantage of knowledge capital, and generating sustainable long-term opportunities.

We can vouch for the fact that every coach on this list is absolutely amazing, but we know this list is far from comprehensive. Reach out to tell us about other amazing coaches you recommend and we’ll help spread the word. Yes, you can recommend yourself!

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