Leadership and Coaching

Know yourself |See clearly |Connect deeply |Share transparently |Act mindfully

Successful leaders know themselves, skillfully connect with others, and work hard on behalf of a common cause.

Informed by the latest research in brain science, human development, organization design and collaborative impact, we support leaders to use their head and heart through a combination of determination and humility.

Whether your focus is on being the leader of your own life, expanding your impact as a leader in an organization or in your community, we help you explore purpose, principles, and practices to create the future you desire.

  • You will be guided into the heart of personal growth as you create a vision and action plan for your life and work. Through leadership programs and executive coaching you translate learning into insight and insight into action.
  • Your team will deepen its capacity for open and honest dialogue, reflective practice, collaborative learning, shared leadership and agile action.
  • Your organization depends on distributed leadership at every level. We work with you to co-create and facilitate a process that brings current and emerging leaders together to set the next generation of expectations and self-organize for action.
  • Your world of influence and service reaches far beyond your organization. Collaborative impact requires simple agreements to navigate complexity.  We support you and your community to tap collective wisdom and catalyze collaborative action across many spheres.

Empowering leaders to create needed change in businesses and organizations is a strength of Innovation Partners

Mindfulness is a state of being fully present, aware of oneself and other people, and sensitive to one’s reactions to stressful situations. Leaders who are mindful tend to be more effective in understanding and relating to others and motivating them toward shared goals. Hence, they become more effective in leadership roles.  

—William W. George
Professor of management practice, Harvard Business School