Executive/Management Coach

“Inspiring strategies to impact growth”

Lead Your Organization to Success

Executive Leadership Coaching

How do you show up as a leader? Are you demonstrating great leadership? What opportunities do you have to improve?

Executive Leadership Coaching is our most popular solution. This package includes one-on-one time with Jackie and a multi-faceted development plan for your personal and professional goals. Jackie works closely with you throughout the engagement, as your advocate and voice of truth. Ideal for those aiming to enhance business influence and effectiveness.

  • For new non-profit leaders suggested focus areas include Building Trust and Collaboration, Grant Management, Team Building, Diversifying Funding, Board Development
  • For business executives suggested focus areas include Leading Organizational Change, Motivating the Team, Inspiring Emerging Leaders, Succession Planning

Related Case Study: 

One local non-profit organization reaped the benefits of working with Jackie through a major leadership transition. As their longtime CEO approached retirement, the organization recognized how much a vulnerability this change presented. The non-profit engaged with Jackie to help the new leader, promoted from within the organization, adjust to the larger executive role successfully over the period of several months.

“I recently promoted from senior management to CEO and Jackie Malone guided me to confidence and success!” – S.R.

Developing Emerging Leaders

Grow leadership within your business to secure a strong future.

Testimonial: “Thank you for helping me to grow!” -- PB

Employee Retention

How to hire and retain excellent employees.

Case Study:  Under Jackie Malone’s guidance, our organization increased our staff retention rate from 50% to 90% and maintained it for the past 5 years.

Leading Strategic Change

Identify strategic initiatives to move your organization to new heights.

Leading Organization Change

Change happens!  Learn to lead anticipated and unexpected changes within your organization.

Strategic Decision Making

Learn to respond decisively and consistently. Recognize factors in yourself and others that affect decision quality. Become better equipped to confidently make decisions to optimize your organization’s success.

Every new beginning comes from some other beginning’s end.  Seneca