If you’re a Black woman, a woman of color, or an LGBTQ+ professional working within a Fortune 500 – Fortune 50 Corporation, or a large organization then you may have noticed that your company isn’t doing enough to help develop, encourage, and inspire you by offering you meaningful mentors, leadership development and coaching opportunities for personal and professional advancements.
KNOW THIS: In almost every case, to truly advance your position and career in any top organization it’s a great idea to know what you want–where you would like to go, how to communicate those decisions in a way that builds rapport with the right people, how to engage and interact; and how to form trusting relationships with those who matter to your transitions and expansion.
Let’s face it, because most of the people in high-powered positions in corporate America and large organizations are white men–and forming and developing relationships naturally with Black women, women of color and LGBTQ+ professionals is greatly challenging for most of them, they gravitate toward and are more likely to mentor and engage with people they believe they have things in common with. Because of this, Black women, Brown women, women of color and LGBTQ+ professionals are the least likely to have influential mentors, coaches, and sponsors in corporate America and large organizations.
Since 2002 my transformational coaching has empowered and elevated the lives and careers of thousands of women globally. My proprietary, leading-edge PEP coaching system is Personal Excellence & Performance Coaching at its best. It’s fun, intuitive, progressive, and transformational. It is based on elevating 12 important personal abilities and it beautifully lays out a step-by-step process and a series of strategies to help you align yourself to your goals and vision, and navigate your way into the right place at the right time with the right people.
Authentic advancement opportunities in 2021 and beyond must be for all people, and especially Black women, Brown women, women of color, and LGBTQ+ professionals who have earned the same opportunities to learn, grow and expand their careers in the same way as every other employee in corporate America and large organizations.
I speak this way because I an expert “educer of excellence” who draws out the best in other. The results of my success speaks through those whom I have mentored, coached, and championed.
Beatriz Rodriguez, Director & Chief Diversity Officer, The Home Depot said…
“At the beginning of our coaching I thought the sessions were too “out there” and not realistic, but now I have discovered that they are not. Now I know “IT” can happen! Taking a true look at yourself is intimidating but Chloé helps you through it with her own examples and the results speak for themselves. I was content with my accomplishments and didn’t see the need to change. My, was I wrong! I didn’t know what I was missing. Today I am the best ME that I can be!”