Businesses and nonprofit organizations rely on Lead the Way for help developing executive leaders, and creating a healthy, collaborative workplace. Consider these questions to see if Lead the Way can help.
- Do you want to build a stronger, more successful team?
- Is your company facing some tough decisions?
- Are you working in silos instead of as a team?
- Do you or your staff report high levels of stress?
- Does your work feel divorced from your mission?
- Do you or your staff members struggle with conflict resolution?
- Do you simply want to be a better leader or teammate in the workplace?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, you are not alone. These are all common challenges businesses and organizations face, and Lead the Way can partner with you and your executive team to address healthy conflict resolution, build trust throughout your company, break down workplace silos and create healthy, collaborative teams that move your company forward to meet your strategic business objectives. Whether you’re the leader of a business or a nonprofit organization, Lead the Way can help you overcome these challenges.
Headquartered in St. Louis, Lead the Way provides the following services:
- Executive Development
- Team Development
- Organizational Development
- Talent Management
- Individual and Team Assessments
Ronald McDonald House Charities of St. Louis
“Char is very perceptive of people’s strengths and weaknesses. She’s very good as serving as a facilitator in a meeting with a lot of different dynamics. She’s able to push the group along while pulling everyone in. She makes people within the group feel comfortable and helps them address the key components of being a strong team. We had a lot of issues with trust within our team. She brought in different strategies to help us break down our weaknesses and build on the areas where we had strengths and some footings. We just think the world of Char!”
— Dan Harbaugh, President, Ronald McDonald House Charities of St. Louis
Mississippi Lime Company
“I hit a stalling point with an assignment, and you could also say with my career, and I was pointed towards Charlotte. She and I have been working together for 18 months, and she lead me through a process of evaluation, including a 360 review. It was one of the toughest things I’ve been through professionally. How I viewed myself was different than how the rest of the world was viewing me. She led me through that process with encouragement, and straight, tough talk to keep me motivated. Today, I’m incredibly more self-aware. She gave me the confidence to decide what I want to do, what’s making me happy and not happy, and what I want to change.”
— Kent Womack, Director Operational Excellence at Mississippi Lime Company; Change Management and Organizational Development