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Executive Coaching from Courageous Impact was integral to my successful transition from the public sector back to the private sector. Only a few months of work raised my game. My coach’s uncompromising insistence that I see the full impact of my accomplishments expanded my confidence. I became a more assertive advocate for myself and found greater resiliency in stressful situations. Courageous Impact helped me craft the winning mindset I used during my professional transition and which I continue to use as a leader in the government technology space.
JeffBusiness Development at a global technology company
Courageous Impact delivers real solutions with unconventional creativity and wisdom. They support you in a fresh and inviting atmosphere that encourages stretching past your own boundaries. My Courageous Impact experience left me ready to integrate their no nonsense approach into my daily life. The workshop had a lasting impact and helped me take my professional performance to the next level.
Gabriela BuichFounder, 3cscoaching.com
Courageous Impact has been a tremendous ally and asset to me in my career growth. Our work allowed me to build on my professional success and access new levels of effectiveness and influence. It was a catalyst to finding clarity on my career direction and identifying strategies to chart that path with my supervisor and co-workers.
MikeVice President at a leading scientific research organization
I had the pleasure of attending Courageous Impact’s workshop on introverted leadership. The workshop provided me with a much better understanding of how introverts interact and process information, and gave me a new perspective on introverts and their leadership skills. While I am not an introvert, I came away from this workshop with a much deeper appreciation of my introverted colleagues and practical ways we can achieve our goals more effectively together. The hosts shared their expertise in an approachable, thoughtful, and engaging way.
Lisa HunrichsWorld Champion Athlete
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