You have high ideals. You want to reach your potential, do work that matters and make the world a better place.
Not content to be a dreamer, you take action to turn dreams into reality. And continually invest in your own development.
Morally ambitious is a great thing to be. But it’s not easy. I’ve seen so many people begin well, but then lose their way when they run into the emotional and practical challenges of turning a vision into reality. So they settle for far less than they first hoped for. They become discouraged, disillusioned and bitter over time. I don’t want that to happen to you.
The world needs you – your talent, vision and high ideals.
You can achieve great things, but you can’t do it alone.
As partners we are more creative, resourceful, resilient, and wise than any one person could be on their own.
If you’re morally ambitious and up to something good, working together will make all the difference to your success and fulfillment.
Send me a note to learn more about coaching or to book an introductory session.
p.s. Organizations are finding that their top talent increasingly identifies as morally ambitious. And that coaching is the most effective form of leadership development for leaders who must grow their ability to function in VUCA (volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous) conditions. If you are interested in learning more about this research, send me a note and I’ll send you the links.