You know who you are.
You are a successful woman leader who has risen through the ranks, feeling satisfied and also lonely, searching for a safe place to think out loud about what the next level of your leadership looks like.
Maybe the Executive Coaching Roundtable for Women Leaders is for you.
The Executive Coaching Roundtable for women leaders is a leadership development affinity group designed specifically for top-of-the-house women leaders operating across the enterprise. It’s a facilitated coaching roundtable which strengthens your leadership effectiveness, hones self-awareness, sharpens your aspirations, and helps you shape the culture of your organization.
“I love the peer group format. It’s great to have a facilitator who provides structure for us to learn from each other. The monthly meetings, the retreat, and the coaching buddies keep my own development in the front of my mind, instead of on the back burner. It’s terrific!”
– Jenn Myster, President Buffalo Hospital
“The best part of this experience is learning from the unique experiences of the women in this group. We get coaching, make new friends and learn to use new tools that will take our careers to the next level of effectiveness.”
– Kathi Tunheim, EVP of Strategy
Gustavus Adolphus College
Executive Coaching Roundtables are exceptionally affordable: high impact, low price.
Enrollment is $7500 for the first year, which is less than half the cost of an individual executive coaching engagement. It includes an overnight retreat and all coaching tools.
Then, $6000 for each additional year.
- The Executive Coaching Roundtable for Women Leaders includes:
- High Quality Coaching and Human Development
- A Focus on the Neuroscience of Leadership
- Coaching Buddies
- Hogan Assessment: Identifying your triggers and managing your potential derailers
- Powerful Stop, Start, Continue Development Plan
- Capacity & Capability skills and tools to build a high performing team and improve team effectiveness
- Discovery Interviews
Investing in women leaders is good for business.
Research shows when companies consciously develop female leaders and have more women in executive roles, their numbers outperform the S&P.
To learn more and apply: