Onsite Media interviewed the proprietor of the global firm Epiphany Coaches, Cheryl Breukelman. Based in Hamilton, Ontario, Cheryl and her highly skilled coaches work with businesses to ensure their leaders possess the mentality and actions necessary to be influential leaders and produce positive outcomes that will lead to success.
Why did you start Epiphany Coaching?
“When I first started working at Microsoft, it was great. I could take the lead on various national change efforts and get to know everyone in the company. I got to see what it’s like for people to thrive in a supportive atmosphere and reach their full potential. Sincerely, I felt encouraged to keep doing that job, which led me to found Epiphany Coaching.”
What makes the coaching by Epiphany Coaches so successful?
“I think it’s the commitment to our clients, the high level of client service, staying aware of what our clients want and need, and the team at Epiphany. We have this great family of coaches that can bring all sorts of approaches and widen perspectives, bringing high value to leaders. The impact and results we have with the leaders we work with are really because of the team we have at Epiphany. We have an internal team taking care of the client and our coaching team delivering results.”
Is anything new coming to your business?
We are hard at work improving the user experience for our site and inventing version 3 of our relationship model. Additionally, we are starting something new. We frequently hear how vital diversity, equity, and inclusion influence people’s willingness to engage in brave dialogues. For our coaching team to be highly qualified and support leaders in having those dialogues in their businesses, we will be establishing specific DEI credentials in collaboration with a partner firm.”.
What are some essential qualities for successful leadership?
“One that has become very important right now is to be an empathetic leader. Being empathetic and having considerations due to Covid-19 and being agile or flexible. Due to this new experience, leaders must consider how to navigate and be creative. Also, accepting change and being able to help people through change. A lot of work needs to be done for leaders to help employees navigate change.”
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