Utilizing evidenced-based Master Coaching principles to support Key Initiatives and Aquire, Retain & Transition your organization's high performing workforce.


Sustainable LEADERSHIP, RETENTION & TRANSITION Support Strategies


  • Executive Coaching

  • Team Building
  • ​Structural Sustainability
  • Strategic Governance




From building independence and trust to improving communication, identification of issues that a team is facing is the key to addressing group challenges.  The goal is to make team building a part of the daily organizational culture that permeates throughout every human interaction.


An individual's leadership presence is grounded in their character, values and the behavior that is exemplified.  Increasing organizational capacity and adding value is an ongoing process that requires individuals and groups to explore personal growth through leadership principles and interpersonal skill development.

The ability to identify changes that will keep employees engaged, evaluate new hires or scope job requirements and manage the strategic personal development of employees requires quality assessments.  But even more important is the analysis that directs the use of critical resources with regards to talent management.

Individual guidance and transfer of knowledge are critical aspects of any organization.  The ability to facilitate a process whereby individuals from diverse backgrounds and skill levels can support the growth of each other  fulfill the organization's mission is the key outcome of reciprocal mentoring.


  • Employee Engagement

  • ​Strategic communication
  • Generational Tolerance
  • Cultural Dimensions
  • ​Acquisition, Retention & Transition Assessments

The use of Master Coaching principles within an organization can be the foundation of sustainable leadership and all key initiatives.  Smart Coaching  integrates the use of coaching principles within the governance and policy functions of an organization that fosters value-added human behavior and human interaction.





There are many different stages to Board development and Board types; Organizing Boards, Governing Boards and Institutional Boards, all of which serve a unique purpose.  Understanding business cycles and the intergration of leaders from different sectors is the key to sustainable board development.