Bring Undaunted Leadership to Your Workplace.
Learn skillful ways to provide direction and manage employees in the hybrid or remote work environment that result in greater commitment and consistent forward action.
The global health crisis and its consequences continue to pose unprecedented challenges for leaders, increasing stress and burnout and contributing to instability in the workforce. Hybrid workplaces, rapidly changing technology, economic volatility, and multiple generations working together, all these can be daunting to even the most talented, dedicated managers and executives. When unmanaged, this kind of ongoing stress undermines a leader’s ability to think strategically, make good decisions, lead collaboratively, with both command and authenticity.
Don’t let unmanaged stress syndrome take you out. Instead, turn daunting challenges into undaunted leadership. Be ready to handle tough issues like conflict, chaos or worrisome performance patterns as they arise, straight-on and with equanimity. Regain access to your own strengths and talents as a leader and meet ongoing disruption with a clear mind, strong heart and wise action.
When leaders exercise the privilege of power consciously and responsibly, their positive impact radiates exponentially.
Meet Susan DeGenring
LEADERSHIP COACH & STRATEGIST
Welcome to my web space! If you’re here, I hope it means you’re interested in how to nurture and coach great leaders. Coaching is a partnership of exploration. With a good coach you get an experienced thought partner and sounding board.
I’ve been fortunate to have had a wonderful journey as a leadership coach, learning systems consultant, thought leader, team facilitator, and workshop leader. I’ve worked within many small businesses, global organizations and nonprofit groups. And I’ve had the privilege of engaging with people in diverse industries, of many nationalities, working in different roles, and at all stages in their careers.
And here’s one blindingly obvious thing I’ve learned along the way, vital to healthy people and workplaces: You can’t split off and separate the ‘human’ being from the ‘doing’ being. This may seem simplistic or self-evident. But it wasn’t always so.