Leaders in government face incredible challenges, and also have tremendous opportunities to effect positive change. Today, we’ll give you a glimpse into the quiet work Christian Coaches do with those in privileged positions of influence and authority. Coaches help leaders in the military and government to discern, to hear, and to move with clarity of vision and direction. Decisions these leaders make impact lives in powerful ways.
Coaching is key to helping those in government and military positions to:
- Know what it’s like to trust God and let Him lead people into what He designed for them to do.
- Leverage a growth mindset so clients embrace who they’re becoming.
- Consider powerful questions that create new possibilities
About Sackeena Gordon-Jones
Sackeena Gordon-Jones, Ph.D., MCC, is a leadership development expert, author, coach educator, executive coach, personal and mentor coach. Sackeena’s clients include executives, academic medical centers, US Military, Government Agencies, family businesses and leadership teams. Her work with clients often focuses on succession planning, leadership agility, authentic leadership, expanding leadership capacity, leading through change, diversity and inclusion, work-life integration, culture change and emotional intelligence. Her approach gives leaders the edge to transform the way they think, lead, work and live.
Sackeena is the founder and CCO for Transformation Edge Coaching & Consulting and Business Coach Institute. Their signature coaching programs are the Business and Professional Coaching Program, Inclusion Coaching and the Coaching In Organization.
A leader in the coaching field, Sackeena has served as chapter president, Regional Chair, Global Board Director of the Association of Coach Training Organizations (ACTO), ICF-CIO (Coaching in Organizations) and current Editorial Board Member of Choice Coaching Magazine.
Learn more about Sackeena at www.TransformationEdge.com.
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