—Brent Seelmeyer, President
Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Cincinnati
Your effectiveness as an executive is inextricably tied to your ability to create a vision and lead and motivate your team.
Social Impact Architects can help you develop your abilities and test your ideas before you share them with the larger team. Often, we have found it isn’t what you say that creates tension or issues, but it is how to convey it. We can work with you to assess your strengths, identify the capabilities or resources you need to take your organization to the next level, and develop an action plan to implement changes. Social Impact Architects can provide one-time coaching or on-going services.
Quiz: Is Your Organization Resilient?
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