Nonprofits face ever increasing pressure to get more done with fewer resources, and show impact during times of change and ambiguity. Under such challenging conditions, technical skills alone are no longer adequate to be even remotely successful. Today’s organizations require advanced interpersonal skills at least as much as technical competence.
Though my work with nonprofits is diverse, my services typically center around one main thing: to help technical experts become leaders of people, not mere managers of projects. Through professional coaching, relevant and practical training and workshops, and credible and meaningful assessments I help clients to focus, learn and deliver results.