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More About One Eleven Leadership

  • Where does the name One Eleven Leadership come from?
    November 1 is my birthday, and I often see the number “111” throughout my day on clocks, license plates, receipts, billboards, etc. I even launched One Eleven Leadership on January 11! It is a magical number for me, and has come to represent a sign from the universe that provides comfort and validation. Sometimes we get so caught up with the busyness of our lives, that we fail to pay attention to our inner knowing or to the beauty in the world around us. My hope is that by working with One Eleven Leadership, you can become more present to all aspects of your life in order to gain clarity about how you want to move forward.
  • What kind of coaching (Executive, Career, Life, etc.) do you do at One Eleven Leadership?
    The short answer is that I am a coach for folks seeking personal and/or professional growth. The longer answer is that people are complex, dynamic, and nuanced so their coaching should be too. Chances are, challenges you may be facing at work in terms of communication, decision making, or engaging in difficult conversations are also showing up in your personal life (and vice versa). Things that may be getting in the way of you feeling satisfied, confident, and in alignment with your values professionally are going to be informed by who you are as a person. Rather than implementing artificial parameters between the personal and professional, One Eleven Leadership embraces a holistic approach to working with clients in order to see maximal impact. Check out my blog post entitled, "What kind of coach are you?" for more insight.
  • Who is the ideal coaching client for One Eleven Leadership?
    Clients who have found the most success through coaching are those who are truly ready to make a change. They recognize that something is not working in their professional or personal lives (often both), and are commited to figuring out a different path forward. Many are navigating a transition of some sort and looking for support. They are open to learning, able to be self-reflective, and willing to actively engage in the coaching process. Although most of my clients come from the education, foundation, association, government, and non-profit sectors, I have found that mission-driven individuals can be found across a range of professional settings.
  • When/Where do you meet with clients for coaching?
    Once we enter into a coaching agreement, you will gain access to the online scheduling portal which offers you convenience and flexibility. Coaching sessions last 50 minutes, are offered Monday through Friday, and are typically scheduled on a biweekly basis which provides an optimal cadence for reflection and integration. One-on-one coaching takes place via video conferencing (Zoom) because it is a convenient option for clients around the world. Typically, coaching engagements are six months, which allows sufficient time for exploration, implementation, and reflection. Historically, 50% of clients choose to re-engage with One Eleven Leadership to continue their coaching relationship beyond the initial six months for a second, third, or even fourth round of support.
  • Do you travel for workshops and facilitations?
    For workshops and facilitation services, I am happy to travel for on-site engagements. Expenses would be covered by the sponsoring organization to locations outside of the Washington, DC metropolitan area. Virtual facilitations can also be quite effective, productive, and engaging if done with intention and creativity. Please reach out to discuss your organization’s needs.
  • Which organizations have you worked with?
    Although the coaching aspect of my work is confidential, I have worked with clients in various sectors, including nonprofit organizations, universities, independent schools, public charter schools, foundations, faith-based institutions, professional associations, and government. I have done trainings, workshops, and facilitations with a variety of organizations and am happy to provide references upon request. You can also check out a list of select clients on the About page.
  • Which forms of payment do you accept?
    I currently accept payment via Zelle, Venmo, Paypal, ACH, or check.
  • Why do you donate a portion of the coaching/facilitation fee to The Equal Justice Initiative?
    I believe in EJI's mission of "ending mass incarceration and excessive punishment in the United States, challenging racial and economic injustice, and protecting basic human rights for the most vulnerable people in American society." In addition to these principles being part of the lived values at One Eleven Leadership, making a financial contribution also allows our clients to be part of the solution.
  • How can I get in touch with One Eleven Leadership?
    You can complete the inquiry box below, email, or call/text (202) 743-1251. If you would like to skip that step, you can set up a complimentary consultation here. I look forward to hearing from you soon.


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