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Architect hold plans

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THREE hours
online or IN-Person




Executive Coach and Online Program Facilitator

When it comes to learning on the job, you may think your manager oversees your professional development.

Although it's your manager's job to help facilitate, you should play a strong and active role in driving and guiding
your own learning and development.


Through intentional action, each of us can increase our impact and success. You can become a leader within your sphere of influence. You can take control of your career and your own advancement!


This practical workshop is designed to help you take ownership of your career growth and development goals. We’ll help inspire and empower you to create a plan that crafts support your career growth.

"The instructor was very supportive, knowledgeable, and very good at getting your full attention. He is one the the best instructors I have had."

"The training was amazing. I was not excited about the program as I did not understand the DAP but the training really helped motivate me."


This program is a practical workshop designed to get professionals to take ownership of their career development goals within your organization.


Employee turnover is due largely to disengagement in the workplace or a lack of support and communication from management. Empowering employees to take responsibility for their career growth, driven by intrinsic motivators, is key in reducing turnover and increasing engagement. Annual or bi-annual employee reviews are not sufficient.


In this workshop, we give employees the tools to create a plan and emphasize that they are in charge of involving management to support them, not the other way around.

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learning goals

  • Development Pipeline and identifying what needs to address

  • Restructuring mindset—How successful people think?

  • How to shift from a reactive to a creative approach to your career

  • What is your career compass?—Natural Strengths, Experiences, Values

  • Creating your Personal Development Action Plan—What, why, and how

  • Building a Motivation and Transformation Quadrant

  • Behavioral Competencies (Include your company-specific)

  • Practical application—Self-reflection and matching with company needs and vision

  • Creating your plan and sharing with accountability group

  • Taking charge and following through (Adapted to your organization’s needs)

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"The instructor made the point that employees are in control of their personal development."

"The trainer had a lot of participating activities for everyone in the class.  It was broken up well from lecture, to breaking into groups, to handouts."



Supporting your employees is crucial to the growth of your team members and employee retention. However, it is not the role of the manager to initiate the process. Employees need to take ownership and understand that they have to drive the process. 

After developing a personal development plan that aligns with the organization's direction, employees need to take charge and ensure their success, not only their managers.

This workshop will empower your employees to take ownership of their careers, understand the mindset shift and identify the needs for their growth while matching the company vision.

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about me

Through years of classroom facilitation and coaching for a multitude of Fortune 500 companies, I gained extensive experience helping emerging leaders to build emotional intelligence and obtain the essential leadership skills needed to succeed. At the same time, I coach individuals to align their needs and personal values with their work to achieve fulfillment and exceptional results.

I authored a book "You've got algorithm, but can you dance? Learn to lead with heart and empathy." 

The essence of my work is to facilitate self-growth by helping people identify the core challenges and setbacks in their lives so that they can overcome them with confidence. 

There is nothing that motivates me more than seeing people take on a challenge and daring to be their true selves.

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