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MENTORING YOUR EMERGING WOMEN LEADERS

Does YOUR success depend on HER success?

Women and men alike, in top leadership positions, are expected to serve as role models and mentors for emerging women leaders who aspire to climb the corporate ladder.

And yet, the reality is that top, senior leaders have their hands full with day-to-day responsibilities, with little time left for systematic coaching and mentoring of emerging talent.

I can relate! I know firsthand the time, empathy, and skill it takes to groom women executives and professionals for success.

To become high performers, emerging women leaders need to acquire knowledge, skills, competence, and experience. Even more important, they need to think like an executive, build executive presence.

ABOUT BOBBI-JO BRIGHTON

That’s where I come in. I not only coach emerging and developing women professionals to acquire foundation skills, I also help them develop a professional mindset. That way, when opportunities come along, they don’t get blown away in the rough-and-tumble world of corporate life.

LET'S CHAT

We begin with an easy 30-minute “Help Me Grow Her” phone call so I can hear what you want and need for your emerging and developing talent… and we take it from there. To schedule your call, contact Bobbi-Jo at:

  • Phone: +1 570-332-5889,
  • Complete the Contact Request Form, or
  • Select a time slot from my Online Calendar:
Who you are today cannot get you to where you want to be.
You must BECOME HER. I help you BECOME HER.
– BOBBI-JO BRIGHTON, CST, LCI
BECOME HER

ABOUT COACHING AND MENTORING

Mental Toughness Coaching includes a private community of peers where emerging women leaders can learn NOT to take feedback personally, rather to listen critically and with detachment.

In a low-risk environment, they face their fears without ridicule, implement new skills without worry, and discover how to embrace new responsibilities with confidence.

Without guidance, even your most capable protégé can stumble —a small misstep can turn into a career disaster. And when a capable woman gets stuck in a dead-end career, everybody loses.

Provide your emerging women leaders with Mental Toughness Coaching. They deserve every opportunity to reach their full potential and, in the process, help YOU transform your company into all it can be.

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Lisa
Attorney, Partner - Capote Law Firm
Regional President - Hispanic National Bar Association

Bobbi-Jo takes the guesswork out. All the pieces that I’ve always known existed, but didn’t know how to bring them together, Bobbi-Jo reveals what the road map looks like.

Christine

Since the Women’s Mental Toughness training, I’ve learned to see my value and speak up more. I also successfully negotiated a higher bonus. Without the training, I know I would have kept quiet and accepted what bonus was offered.

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Diana
PNC Bank
SVP

I recognized that I’m shorting myself and those who report to me by not accounting for the “whole” person. Since, I’ve worked on me – gaining conscious awareness of my patterns and mindset – and supporting my team members to invest more in themselves personally and professionally for improved results.

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Stephanie
Onestream Software
Director of Strategic Alliances

I thought I was fine and didn’t need this. I walked in expecting one thing and walked out with so many ‘A-ha!’ moments about myself that I wasn’t even aware of. From the instruction, I’m giving up the old, limiting stuff in my head and boldly moving forward, knowing what real confidence is.

Holly

Bobbi-Jo offers a refreshing approach. It is somewhat of an uncomfortable experience, but one that delivers. Moreover, Bobbi-Jo fosters a safe and nonjudgmental environment, so I was comfortable speaking freely and truthfully.

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Jennifer

The work is hard because you willingly dig and look and keep digging to identify the thoughts and behaviors that are holding you back personally and professionally. The hardest, but most important lesson was turning the lens on myself – without judgment – and embracing the way forward.