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Meet The corporate fixer

Meet The Corporate Fixer

Everyone should do what they love and love what they do.

Imagine how different your life would be if you got up each morning happy to go to work.

For some people, this means starting their own business.

For most people, this means shaping the environment around them so that wherever they work, they enjoy it.

 

Picture this. You’re doing well in your career. You’re successful, but you want to get to the next level and you’re not getting where you want to be in your career. Maybe you’ll start a consulting firm or something else to branch out on your own so that you can feel fulfilled and happy at work. Everyone else is doing it, right?

What if I told you that you could be happy in your 9-5? What if you knew that entrepreneurship isn’t for everyone and that’s perfectly okay? Imagine being happy in your corporate role. Imagine what that life looks like.

What if you’re on the other side of this equation? You’re running a business and people are just not happy. You’re losing people and some of them aren’t even going on to better things, they’re just running away and never looking back. You have so many negative reviews about your company and it’s leadership. But you want to do better. You know that you can do better.

What if I told you that your business could thrive? What if you could create an environment where everyone gave 110% because they wanted to? What would that organization be able to accomplish? How would that change your life?

We are here to change corporate America, one leader at a time. We are creating inclusive, innovative and authentic organizations through one on one coaching, group coaching, workshops, and retreats. Organizations that welcome people as they are and treat people with compassion, empathy, and kindness. Yes, you read that right. We are fixing corporate America.

Companies that demand 80 hours a week, month after month with zero flexibility are going the way of the dinosaur. Companies that want to stay in business and on top recognize that major change needs to happen. But they also realize that this isn’t an overnight process. We help companies get to a new normal faster. We help employees, at all levels of the organization, achieve a better work/life balance that increases revenue. Yes, employees can work less and companies get more out of them!

If you are a leader, business owner, or individual contributor who wants to grow and develop, we can help you shape your environment and change your life.  Having a profitable business with engaged, productive employees can happen. Everyone can be happy at work.  We can show you how.

 

 

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