Whether your leadership challenges are rooted in resource constraints, equity, inclusion, structural changes, organizational culture, or strategic dilemmas, you’ve come to the right place.
There are many consultants and legit experts out there who can give you excellent advice about what to do, but who is in your corner when sifting through all the details of implementation?
Who is going to help you make the hundreds of little decisions that eat at your heart and soul?
Who is going to prepare you for those difficult conversations you’ve been dreading for months?
Who is going to help you learn and grow as a leader so that the next time this issue comes around, you’re not phased a bit?
The coaches at the Billions Institute would be honored to support you in this capacity.
Without tending to your own needs for learning, growth, and self-care as a leader, it’s nearly impossible to help your organization navigate the tremendously complex challenges of these times.
We’ve seen 1:1 Coaching work best for folks who are:
CEOs, Executive Directors, or Senior Directors of a non-profit organization or international NGO who needs to make difficult decisions and have difficult conversations on a regular basis, and is interested in doing so in a way that is focused on equity and compassion.
Senior Leaders and Managers in public service at the federal, state, county, and municipal government levels. For example, the Senior Staff of a major city.
Leaders in the United Kingdom’s National Health Service who have graduated from our Spread and Scale Academy.
Graduates of Billions institute trainings who are implementing large-scale change initiatives.
Common coaching questions/FAQ
What are the benefits of coaching? It’s hard to imagine an elite athlete without a professional coach. Multiple coaches at that. It’s the same for leadership. Coaches can help you resolve thorny leadership dilemmas, build upon your strengths, clarify your purpose, and improve your practice as a leader.
How is coaching different from consulting? Consultants bring their specific area of expertise into the mix and make recommendations that either get adopted or not. Coaches are there to support you in achieving your leadership and personal development objectives, whatever they may be.
Is coaching confidential? Yes. Anything you share with your coach stays between you and your coach, no matter who is paying for the session.
Who can benefit from coaching? Any leader who wants to learn, grow, and improve upon their practice can benefit from coaching.
Meet the Coaches:
Becky Margiotta is the author of #1 bestselling book, Impact with Integrity: Repairing the World Without Breaking Yourself, cofounder and owner of The Billions Institute, LLC, and the host of the Unleashing Social Change Podcast. Whatever it was that is keeping you awake at night – that no longer serves you – her intention is that you leave your session with clarity and tangible action steps that will fully resolve your issue.
Join me in 1-on-1 coaching for a personalized space providing support to deepen your work as an inclusive leader. What is emerging in your environment around identity and culture, power and connection, and what can you do to be a part of leading an equitable environment? We’ll can create a space for you to reflect on the many ways this work can challenge and change you.
In each session, we’ll do centering activities to come into present-moment awareness and to leave you with a menu of practices that help you to feel grounded. We’ll weave curiosity, generative questions, and body awareness throughout each session, as we surface limiting beliefs and help you to grow ways of being that generate creativity and more choice. You’ll leave each session with an action item that moves you in your desired direction.
In all that I offer, it’s my aim to weave connection and reflect back to you your magnificence. Whether using Kolbe Wisdom™ to explore your instinctive problem-solving approach and how it is connected to your genius, or diving into a personal, leadership, human resources or hiring challenge, our time together will provide you with fresh insights rooted in your body’s intelligence that will also be balanced with tangible next steps.
Leslie enjoys supporting people in dismantling the roots of toxic stress in daily life, at work and home. She brings 30 years of experience as a trauma therapist and meditation practitioner to her coaching practice. Working with her will support you to create a practical, actionable plan that will enable you to interrupt your stress real-time, in your day-to-day life, at the roots using daily body centered mindfulness as your compass.
In an hour of coaching we won’t be able to get to any solutions, but we can gain clarity around the core of the problems you’re working to solve, what an equity-centered design approach to that problem might look like, and what next steps might be, which includes pointing you to additional resources that might be helpful.
Susan earned her doctorate in psychology at Yale and did postdocs at both Yale and Cornell. For the last two decades she has been leading grant-funded research projects and nonprofit organizations, and designing playful, responsive, and immersive environments for deep learning, connection, and joy for teens, young adults, parents, and professionals.
You’re willing to sacrifice so much for your organization to succeed and for the people who work with you to thrive. But what about you? Who has your back so that you can have everyone else’s?