Are you ready for the next step in your career?
“Your level of success will rarely exceed your level of personal development, because success is something you attract by the person you become.”
– Jim Rohn
You’re successful. Capable. Smart. But there are a few things that aren’t quite working the way you’d like. You’re not sure you’re leading your team the best that you can. You’ve heard you need to work on your “executive presence.” You don’t always feel your most confident. Your corporate culture could use a little tweaking. Little stressors and annoyances (or big ones) get in your way. Or worse, that voice in your head takes away the thrill of victory and the celebration of success. It’s up to you to decide what to do about it.
I’m Susan Baroncini-Moe, and for the last 18 years, I’ve been guiding corporate and nonprofit executives and successful business owners to make decisions, develop improved skillsets, and conquer the vestiges of “brain junk” and take the next leap forward into even greater success.
Working with Susan has been amazing. For the first time I feel a fog has lifted. Susan is a great listener, and was able to help me achieve my short and long-term goals. I have enjoyed having such a knowledgeable ally in my business.
When I hired Susan I was looking for someone to help me get to the next level and she absolutely delivered. She coached me through my first book, my first live events, filling my coaching calendar and my first big paid speaking gig.
The work Susan and I did together taught me to trust and believe in my self and in my ability to make a positive difference in the world. I highly recommend her coaching and consulting services to anyone.
I can’t imagine running my business without Susan behind me. She gives actionable ways I can grow my reach and my business and manages to push me to conquer my fears while respecting that I have them. But her talents run so much deeper than business knowledge. She often knows what is holding me back and why long before I realize it myself, and then helps me get to the root of it and move past it. She helps me know what to say in tough situations, celebrates wins with me, and helps me be the best, most successful me. After working with Susan for five years, I can wholeheartedly recommend her as a coach, mentor, and friend.
Susan Baroncini-Moe is a fantastic strategist and coach. Her insights and advice is spot on. My business is better because I know Susan, and yours will be too, if you hire her and work what she tells you to work.
Susan is the best at what she does. She took the time to listen and really understand my needs. Susan is always pleasant, professional and responsive. She was sincerely interested in my success and how she could make that happen. It was a pleasure working with Susan and I highly recommend her to anyone.
Susan doesn’t shout loud and long about her talents and abilities – she doesn’t need to – they speak for themselves…Susan has a wealth of business knowledge and experience. She is someone I would be proud to recommend to any of my colleagues, business associates, former MBA students. She is top class.
Susan is not only a fantastic human being and entrepreneur, but a person who adds significant value to the lives of everyone she touches.
There is no one I would more highly recommend if you want to get to the next level of your leadership and to really accomplish the goals you set for yourself. I am truly a huge fan of Susan’s and appreciate what an amazing person and coach she is.
Susan has become more to me than just a coach. With compassion, intuition and effective counseling skills, razor-sharp business acumen and enthusiasm for what she does, she has helped me envision and plan all that is possible in my career.
My purpose is to help make the world a better place by helping you have a greater impact, either through being a more effective leader or by making necessary decisions about your business to take it forward.
Unlike most coaches, my work is metric-based, meaning we measure your success so that we have a tangible, clear result. Plus, my services include writing comprehensive board reports, detailing the progress you’ve made and areas that could use more work, while maintaining your confidentiality.
What if you could…
- Finally get that promotion you’ve been wanting?
- Lock down a raise at your next performance appraisal?
- Stop feeling like an “imposter” and start owning and celebrating your success?
- Discover how to grow your executive presence with the people who matter?
- Bounce back from challenges and failures?
- Stop trying to do it all, and engage your team so you can have a life again?
- Learn how to delegate successfully so you really don’t have to do it all?
- Be able to deliver constructive feedback with ease?
- Improve your relationships with the people around you?
- Destroy the demons of fear and anxiety, so you could take action joyfully, without fear?
- Cure yourself of “post-Recession PTSD” so you stop fearing that you’ll never get another client?
- Make transitions easier and more seamless, so you didn’t have to feel like an outsider when you changed jobs or careers?
- Find deeper and more profound meaning in life?
These are just some of the things I help my clients with. Highly successful, high performance, successful executives also hire me to keep them on-track and accountable to their plans and goals, and to be the one voice of truth and honesty in their lives.
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