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1-to-1 Coaching

Individualized, 1-to-1 coaching helps new, future, or veteran executive leaders improve the human dimension leadership skills that separate great leaders and mangers from everyone else and are critical in motivating and retaining employees today's competitive world. 


Through a variety of self-assessments and practical discussions with a leadership coach, clients develop emotional intelligence and other critical communication and interpersonal skills needed to hold employees accountable, have difficult conversations, negotiate conflict effectively, provide quality constructive feedback, and build high performing teams. 

Coaching Schedule

Clients generally meet with a Coach for 50-60 minutes every other week for 6, 9, or 12 months. Coaching sessions are generally conducted using Zoom video-conferencing technology. 

Leader Development Workshops 

We facilitate interactive leadership development seminars and workshops on a number of topics and can also customize a workshop for your organization. Contact us to discuss your needs. 

  Sample Workshop Topics: 

  • Leading and Motivating a Multigenerational Workforce

  • Holding Team Members Accountable

  • Motivating Teams and Employees

  • Building a High Performing Culture

  • Leading with Emotional Intelligence


Dr. Favor understands the intricacies of interpersonal behavior, emotional intelligence, and team building. As an Army leader with over 30 years of experience, her insight has made me a better facilitator and leader. A true mentor… Thank-you!"  Keith Whitcomb, Director of Operations, National Veterans Intermediary   


"Our 1-to-1 coaching sessions have really helped me expand my perspective about certain situations and consider alternate motivations or reasons for others' actions. I have also become more aware of my communication deficiencies and improved my communication with other team members, customers, and leaders, which has improved my effectiveness."  USACE coaching client


I have tried to step up my leadership abilities by keeping the team on track of what we are supposed to be doing, whether it be at practice or even off the field... Knowing what my strengths and weaknesses are really helped me to realize what I should work on as far as being a leader and a teammate." NCAA D2 Athlete

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