Powerful Purpose Leadership helps leaders and teams find their power and fulfill their purpose, resulting in the achievement of their desired future despite substantial organizational challenges.
We specialize in working with non-profit leaders and teams, especially those in higher education administration and association management.
Powerful Questions Powerful Results
What is the biggest thing holding you and back right now?
Imagine 5 months from now - what do you want to be different?
What is the one desired outcome you most want to achieve?
What value would it be to you to achieve the desired outcome?
Feel more empowered
Make new possibilities reality
Become more creative and innovative
Energize and engage team members
Create a team culture that encourages collaboration
Maximize limited resources by focusing on your team's core purpose
Find Your Power
Discover what is best about you and apply that knowledge to strengthen your leadership actions and behaviors.
- Strengthen leadership presence
- Develop leadership agility
- Become a possibility seeker instead of just a problem solver
Fulfill Your Purpose
What is the world calling you, your team and your organization to be and to do? Once you fully Find Your Power, you and your team are positioned to ask and answer this powerful question.
What We Believe
We believe that leaders inhibit their leadership growth and development, and in turn organizational effectiveness, by focusing on what's not working as opposed to what is working.
We believe that leaders can learn how to get out of their own way and respond more effectively to professional and organizational challenges.
We believe that everyone can practice leadership; an official title or position is not required.
We believe that the best leaders look for new possibilities and encourage their followers to experiment, take risks and have the freedom to discover their own paths in service to their organization's purpose and goals.
We believe that leaders can learn that conflict is a natural, on-going, inevitable tension present in all human relationships. Conflict is a necessary part of any collaborative effort. When responded to constructively, conflict supports positive change efforts.