We perform executive coaching and leadership consulting work for companies, teams and individual senior business leaders.
- Best Practices for Building Authentic
- Business Relationships
- Practical Clarity
- The Importance of Professional Credibility
- Onboarding for Leaders
- Thriving in the “Relationship Economy”
- Building a Culture of Candor
- Curiosity to Drive Better Engagement
- The Need for a Moral Compass
- Prioritization and Best Practices for Managing Time
- The Role of Authenticity at Work
- How to Pursue a Meaningful Life
- Best Practices for Empowering Others
“I have long shared with coaching clients that my main goal is to help them clearly visualize what professional and personal success looks like and then help them identify and remove obstacles to achieving that success. This clear and focused approach, aided by respectful candor, greatly contributes to an excellent coaching experience.”
Randy Hain President
Essential Wisdom for Leaders of Every Generation
A practical collection of helpful insights and actionable ideas to equip leaders and aspiring leaders to thrive in all areas of their lives.
Essential Wisdom for Leaders of Every Generation, Randy Hain’s eighth book, offers today’s leaders and aspiring leaders a practical collection of helpful advice and actionable ideas drawn from his thirty-plus years of senior leadership, coaching, and consulting experience to successfully navigate all areas of their lives.
Essential Wisdom is a must-have guidebook filled with insights, ideas, and best practices that all professionals should think about and do well in order to be more effective in their roles. Leaders and aspiring leaders of every age and at any stage of their career journey will find practical nuggets of wisdom they can use to accelerate their success.
In my professional work, I often look for interesting patterns of behavior and recurring themes. I was reflecting this morning on a conversation I had
I was speaking with a senior executive friend recently about the challenges of attracting, motivating and retaining talent in her company. She described at great length
A common and pervasive challenge with leaders I encounter each week is their frustration with the lack of consistent accountability from their teams. We acknowledge it