Are you moving in too many directions at the same time?
Are you feeling concerned about your confidence to stay on track with your career goal?
Are you stuck in the same rut, doing the same things over and over with no clear pathway out?
If you answered yes to any of the above, you are ready for a coach.
Think of your coach as a guide. Through coaching sessions, you gain clarity and a focused direction. Your coach works with you collaboratively to design action plans to make your vision become reality. The coach delivers continuous support and strategies to assess challenges with alternative perspectives. The coach provides assessment of progress, acknowledgement of accomplishments and celebration of victories. As coaching progresses, your work and personal goals become more defined.
Dr. Carol-Anne Minski is an expert coach who effectively focuses her clients on realistic, achievable goals. She is the founder and president of CMA Leadership Consultants. As a coach, motivational speaker, and author, Carol-Anne helps both new and experienced leaders strengthen the essential self-leadership skills needed to foster healthy, creative, and thriving careers. She holds a doctorate in Human and Organizational Development from Fielding Graduate University, a master’s degree in Business from Thomas Jefferson University, and a master’s degree in counseling from Arcadia University.
Her areas of expertise include coaching, training, adult learning, leadership behavior and intentional change. Dr. Minski’s research for her doctoral dissertation shed the light on the role that confidence plays in goal outcomes. Carol-Anne is Director of the Corporate Mentor Program for the Business Women Networking for Charity & Education. She is listed in Who’s Who of Women Executives and served on the Board of Directors for Greater Valley Forge Human Resource Association. She is the author of two books: FOCUS! Get What You Want Out of Life and the FOCUS Planning Journal.
CMA provides busy women with a focused plan for self-leadership that helps them balance work and life priorities.