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Leading in the 21st century is characterized by a number of challenges that result from highly disruptive market conditions and a rapidly changing workforce.

The days when managers primarily operate to control output and resources are behind us, and a new leadership mandate is in place that requires leaders to be inclusive, adaptive, flexible, empathetic, and equitable; and who empower their employees so they can thrive.

Unfortunately, the pace of change in developing leaders to meet this new mandate hasn't kept up with the need.

Many organizations instead operate with legacy leadership paradigms in place that alienate talent and overlook the benefits of people-centered cultures, driving unnecessary costs and workforce disruptions.

Kim Jones, executive career coach

My approach to executive coaching centers on developing 21st-century leaders to meet the challenges of 21st-century work environments.

Want a more engaged workforce and inclusive culture, enabling you to attract the talent you need to achieve your mission and strategic outcomes with less effort, cost, and disruption?

Make an investment in developing modern leaders.

I work with my clients to identify their signature leadership brand based on their innate strengths and values so that they develop into the leaders our modern workplaces need. Areas of focus include

Emotional intelligence

Leading with authenticity

Effective communication

Developing ‘Leader As Coach’ skills

Giving effective feedback

Establishing collaborative work relationships and networks

Building confidence and executive presence

Building engaged work cultures

Diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging advisory

Janai Hawkins Glenn

“I one thousand percent recommend Kim's services to ALL WOMEN, especially women of color in tech.

Why you ask? 1) She is beyond amazing and dedicated to all of her clients., 2) Every coaching session, she brings years of experience, a commitment to seeing me reach my career goals, and a perspective that motivates and encourages., and, 3) Since our very first consultation, she's helped me process situations, and see things that I have over the years buried as a professional woman of color. She's reminded me that I am worthy and deserving of a career that I love. I don't need to settle for a corner in the room.

If you are on the fence about using a coach, let me assure you Kim is the real deal."

– Janai Hawkins-Glen, Customer Success Leader