How do you respond to change?
- Suddenly, you’ve got increased responsibility
- Your business goals are bigger or tougher
- You have to do more with less
- You can’t control the cards you’re dealt but you can control how you play them.
What does leadership mean to you?
- Achieving, and exceeding business goals
- Being respected as a fair, effective leader
- Eliminating clutter and bringing clarity to your biggest questions as a leader
- Having the ability to respond quickly, and make the smart decisions, in all situations
- Bringing out the best in those around you and building a great culture
“Thank you for the thoughtful, well reasoned advice to help me grow as a senior executive of a Fortune 500 company. Our sessions together helped me enhance my effectiveness personally and professionally. Our practical discussions helped me gain greater clarity… to be more impactful with my peers and my team.
As a female executive in your own right …your special insight of an experienced female executive could be equally useful to female executive and to male executive clients. …Working with you helped me challenge and realign my personal goals and find new ways to enjoy what I do in the office and outside of work.”
Margaret B. McLean
Senior Vice President & Chief Legal Officer
How are you going to get there?
I take a practical approach. Over the past quarter century, I’ve refined a unique process using a powerful combination of the best of behavioral science, business management theory, academic research, Oxford training and 30 years of real world business experience. I help you get out of your own way, and understand your true potential, so that you can have a more direct impact on business results.
“CH2M HILL certainly regards career growth and people development as strategic imperatives. Engaging Leslie Hilton in the area of executive coaching and leadership development has yielded impressive results with key leaders. The return on this investment is consistently seen in leader self-awareness, better team dynamics, improved productivity and mutual (individual and company) satisfaction”.
John Madia,SVP and CHRO, CH2MHill
I don’t ask you to answer your own questions and I don’t offer office therapy. My success comes from offering keen insights and helping you to consider multiple options. I don’t make decisions for you, but I challenge your thinking and give you information and advice to help you make better ones.
When are you going to start?
It doesn’t take forever, and you won’t have to do any heavy lifting. Nonetheless, the only way it works is if you’re serious about wanting to become a more effective leader. The process is simple. We collaborate. You succeed.
Anyone who spends the day inspiring people, accomplishing goals and earning the respect of the people they work with will tell you thathas a strong positive effect on your life outside the office as well.