I don't have 30 years of experience, and it's one of my biggest strengths. Why? Because I have to constantly tweak my approach based on current research and proven methods to stay ahead of the game.
I am a coach, adviser, writer, and happiness addict. I consult with leaders and organizations to help support them during cultural restructuring, coach them through direct report mentoring, and teach them how to Lead Happy.
I've had a passion for leadership ever since I was a child watching my dad and my Nonno lead a 100 year old business that employees had dedicated their entire lives to. They earned this dedication by focusing on their people.
With a background in Agile, my leadership style scales with you, whether you're a five person startup eating hot pockets for all three meals, or an organization of thousands (potentially still eating hot pockets for all three meals).
I've coached individual leaders, small teams, and large organizations to become units of inspiration, innovation, and execution.
Time and again I've embraced the flexibility to find the most appropriate solution to seemingly impassable challenges, and it has proven over and over to inspire growth and improvement.
My formula is:
People + Happiness = Success.
It isn't just a proven business strategy, it's a proven leadership strategy.
How do you develop and inspire people to become the best versions of themselves?