Getting you a Seat at the board table
Being a Medical Doctor who also held executive positions in Pharma industry, I encountered brilliant upstanding executives kept back from leadership positions.
Yet we need the fairest voices to sit at the board table and participate in making the decisions.
I am devoted to helping talented upstanding executives find the key to the boardroom. From there, you can implement changes that improve your life and the lives of many others.
The 2 misconceptions
holding most executives back
What most executives fail to realize is that relying on their technical skills, on promises and adding up hours end up in frustration and burn-out.
The second important thing most executives also fail to realize is that maneuvering, lying, and behaving selfishly does not get them far. Have you ever heard the word "yes-man" or "dishonest" attached to a great leader's name? Of course not.
So, how do you get a seat at the decision-making table?
NT, Pharma Senior Executive, Paris
I was going through a difficult professional situation. I felt misunderstood, not valued, nor rewarded, stigmatised because of my strong morals and under-utilised compared with my competencies. I had no clue how to do to get out of that trap.
I was somehow doubtful about a "coaching" program being able to help me. Thank God I went through this program.
It allowed me to regain my "sovereignty" and to assert my leadership. The Emotional Regulation Coaching technique has been powerful and really impressed me. It resulted in what I would call an "emotional reset effect". That allowed me to get an emotional detachment and to put things in perspective. Beyond that, it liberated me from painful feelings and heavy stress. It helped me re-align myself, get better and feel much better. It made me grow.
Maïrame was able to put words on what I couldn't express. Talking with her has been an eye-opening experience. I have learned to decode circumstances.
Now I can look at the future with optimism and plan for my career advancement as a "right brain" and a Highly Sensitive Person.