t’s no secret – we are out to change the world. We are sharing dynamic change leader and empowerment tools with as many people as we can – every chance we get. Our point of view is that the world is a better place when more people step into conscious leadership.
Below are a few highlights of how our small-but-mighty core team of world-changers are giving back and paying it forward to create a better today and tomorrow for us all:
CEO April Armstrong is author of The Day One Executive™, a new book that prepares new leaders to stand out as future executives beginning on “Day One” of their new job. Her leadership tips have been featured on ABC, CBS, NBC and FOX television networks (see her recent appearance on ABC-Arizona). April serves on two executive Alumni Advisory Boards as an Entrepreneur-in-Residence at James Madison University, where she mentors students from more than 120 degree programs in entrepreneurialism and intrapreneurialism. She is a frequent speaker on the topic of leadership and has spoken at Harvard University and the United States Military Academy at West Point, the National Security Institute, and the Intelligent Transportation Systems World Congress. When April’s not working with clients or volunteering with students, you will find her providing “Access Bars (TM)” to our nation’s military veterans with a gentle touch technique shown to reduce stress and anxiety by as much as 50%.
- Jerry Abrams is Adjunct Faculty at Virginia Tech’s Center for Global Sustainability, and is a Chief Innovator with the renown Center for Creative Leadership where he has coached hundreds of global corporate and government leaders. When Jerry’s not working with clients and students, he’s empowering adolescents with principals of leadership.
- Dr. Jan Bouch is the founder of the Justice Coaching Center, where she is pioneering transformational embedded “Mentor Coach” programs with Chief Justices and our nation’s court systems. Jan’s work to build resilience among Judges and to has been featured at the National Judicial College and around the world. When Jan is not working with judicial officers, you’ll find her holding the hands of terminally ill people in Hospice.
- Brent Brady is instrumental in helping Hospice executives across the country pioneer new leadership models and groom future leaders within its cadre and volunteer staff in some of the most emotionally challenging work in the country. When Brent isn’t coaching leaders in Hospice, he is with the people whose lives are touched by Hospice.