Over the last 25 years I earned the reputation of having the courage to challenge leaders and to ask the right questions. As your inclusive coach, I will live up to that reputation.
FOR EXECUTIVES AND SENIOR LEADERS
THE TIME IS NOW TO GET THIS RIGHT
Today, communities expect more from top leaders. As your inclusive coach, I can guide you to meet that expectation.
WHY YOU SHOULD CONSIDER INCLUSIVE COACHING
Leading a diverse, equitable and inclusive (DEI) organization can be challenging. As humans we fall into comfort zones, habits and surround ourselves with like-minded individuals. Even if you have diversity around you, your actions often indirectly create homogeneous cultures.
Being an inclusive leader means you create an environment where diverse talent excels. That requires specific skills, competencies and abilities often overlooked. An inclusive coach can help bring out those qualities.
HOW I MAY GUIDE YOU
It is critical to obtain objective guidance while you embark on the DEI journey. Having a confidant to assist in demonstrating your DEI commitments while leveraging inclusive leadership skills enhances credibility. Over the years I have been successful in guiding executive leaders to:
- Leverage leadership strengths to demonstrate inclusion
- Identify blind spots, and areas for enhanced awareness
- Sort through DEI questions and opportunities.
OTHER BENEFITS OF INCLUSIVE COACHING
Coaching may also provide tools, approaches, and skills to ensure your communication, listening, and observation skills are sharpened to support a DEI culture. Inclusive leaders also build confidence in key stakeholders such as executive boards, internal and external communities as well as direct reports.
It would be an honor to guide you on this journey. You do not have to do it alone. Let us build together.
Jocelyn has a presence and approach that makes it safe to have a conversation in solving problems, generating ideas. She maintains poise and grace in her relationships. She has made quite a positive impact through her focused work and contribution.
Naren Balasubramaniam, Chief People Officer