POWER: A USER'S GUIDE
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COACHING FOR POWER INTELLIGENCE®
Developing leaders to use their power in effective and transformative ways
POWER: A USER’S GUIDE
Absolute power corrupts absolutely, but not inevitably. My new book is a self-improvement manual for leaders, executives, teachers, activists, parents, and everyone in between.
Transform others by transforming yourself. The Power² Leaderlab offers a 9-month cohort program for up to 12 women leaders, as well as a custom-designed in-house program.
COACHING POWER FOR INTELLIGENCE®
Power is at the heart of leadership, but it’s hard to get right. This training is for executive coaches, HR professionals, organizational consultants, and other leaders whose work is to develop leaders’ capabilities and performance.
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