LEAD Leadership Coaching

Ladies that LEAD are successful at generating momentum that re-ignites the spirit and essence of collaborative cooperation and participation. In our leadership coaching program, we promote four fundamental leadership competencies: Self-Awareness, Learning Agility, Influence, and Communication. We can help you assess where you are and offer tailored coaching to help you grow and develop through our four step format:

  1. Becoming Self-Aware - we use a variety of tools and resources to help you become more aware of who you are, what you really want out of life, and how to start that journey 
  2. Becoming an Active Learner - we use horses and a trained leadership coaches to give you everything you need to guide your learning, fuel sustained success, and prepare you for what is next in your life and career
  3. Understanding Self - when we grow as a person we gain self-knowledge to become more agile, more flexible, and more inclusive, and are able to enhance our natural leadership style and influence 
  4. Become a Better Communicator - leaders need to learn to be proficient in both communication that informs and seeks out information and that connects interpersonally with others

Did you know?

  • Leadership has nothing to do with seniority or one's position in the hierarchy of a company.  Too many people talk about a company's leadership when referring to the senior most executives in the organization. They are just that, senior executives. Leadership doesn't automatically happen when you reach a certain pay grade. Hopefully you find it there, but there are no guarantees.

  • Leadership has nothing to do with titles. Similar to the above, just because you have a C-level title, doesn't automatically make you a "leader." In all of our talks, we stress the fact that you don't need a title to lead. In fact, you can be a leader in your place of worship, your neighborhood, in your family, all without having  a title.

  • Leadership has nothing to do with personal attributes. Say the word "leader" and most people think of a domineering, take-charge charismatic individual. We often think of icons from history like General Patton or President Lincoln. But leadership isn't an adjective. We don't need extroverted charismatic traits to practice leadership. And those with charisma don't automatically lead. 

Contact us for more information about how you can become connected with a Lady that LEADs and the Leadership Coaching program.  Contact us through our Contact Us page or email