Helping good executives become great leaders.
I’m Jamee and my mission is to work with you to integrate your strategies and some new tools to develop relationships, build on what is already working and forge alliances that support your professional goals and the goals of your company.
Become a More Effective Leader
As an experienced or emergying leader you have what it takes to co-create a dynamic, productive and collaborative workplace, without a lot of drama.
There is a Difference Between Managing and Leading.
Almost every person in an organization has an opportunity to manage colleagues at one time or another, but only some choose to step forward into leadership. The transition from manager to leader is a process and it starts with you…
Jamee has a deep understanding of the subtleties of inter-office communication. Her coaching helped me to effectively design and implement strategic conversations with my direct reports that benefited my organization.
Amy Fass, Executive Director—Shoes That Fit
Executive coaching is a streamlined approach to workplace problem-solving. Great executives create great companies. A wonderful leader will elicit the best from her employess, provide support, learning opportunities and inspire others to lead as well.
Elevate Your Coaching Practice
Expert Coach Mentoring in groups or 1:1. Coaching Training, Supervision and Continuing Education by experienced coaches with a commitment to the professional self development of coaches.
Continuing Education for Coaches
Listen to masterful coaching, delve into the core competencies at a deep level and develop mentoring and coaching skills—all in a safe and welcoming environment for learning.
Jamee’s deep insight to coaching and her understanding of people assisted me greatly in my development as a coach. If Jamee’s “teaching” techniques are any indication of her professional coaching style, Jamee is one heck of a coach!
Greg Swanson, Peak Performance Coach
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