Building Successful Entrepreneurial Companies and Strong Leaders

When I was thinking of some of the topics I want to include in this blog…This happened. More to come on all of these things… Leadership…so necessary and so elusive. Relatedness…without relatedness and connection the human spirit erodes. Fulfillment… requires heart work. Purpose…to increase our capacity to give and receive love. Coaching…works so well when there is a good appetite. Entrepreneurship…for those who are seriously unemployable. Music…connects the soul. Wisdom…is

Leah Honiball

Product Development and Marketing Manager – Leah has brought new energy and a passion for innovative media, product development and marketing to Entrepreneurial Engine. Her desire to learn, grow and succeed has motivated her to make fresh ideas come to life at EEngine. Leah is currently pursuing a degree in Professional Communication at Ryerson University with a minor in psychology.

Keith Merron

Leadership Consultant – Keith’s early research on the relationships between human development, managerial effectiveness and high performance plays a profound role in our work here at Entrepreneurial Engine. Having received his doctorate from Harvard University, Keith is an expert in understanding human and organizational development. His expertise in leadership development have brought unparalleled success to our clients and our team.

Chuck Hazelton

Change Management Consultant – Chuck’s areas of expertise align perfectly with our values here at Entrepreneurial Engine. He is a seasoned Change Management executive, consultant and facilitator, with more than 20 years of experience in leadership development. His expertise in change management has brought unparalleled success to our clients and our team.

Karen Brookman

Executive Consultant – Karen is a valuable client for our company and has great insight into EEngine’s system. Not only has Karen herself greatly benefited from the system, but she’s also been a key asset to EEngine as a whole. She has a special talent for showing other entrepreneurs how to best use the system for ultimate success.

Teresa Easler

Executive Consultant – As our expert presentation coach, Teresa creates original solutions to complex issues for her clients here at Entrepreneurial Engine. She is committed to helping all of her clients achieve their best selves in order to achieve ultimate business success. With a gift for storytelling, Teresa draws in any and every audience that she encounters delivering meaningful value to each individual.

Dr. Joe Goodman

Executive Consultant – Dr. Joe Goodman broadens the scope of Entrepreneurial Engine’s client services particularly in the field of family businesses. As a therapist, teacher and mentor who has been in the field of psychology and consulting for over 35 years he is able to add depth and meaning to people’s lives and businesses through his enhancement and understanding of human dynamics.

Slavka Kullova Hills

Executive Assistant and Assessment Manager – Slavka has worked with the Entrepreneurial Engine team for over 4 years. As the executive assistant EEngine would not run the same without her. Slavka has improved EEngine’s management systems while also running client assessments for optimal communication and success both within the company and with client relationships.

Bill Stevens

Managing Partner – An accomplished business and leadership consultant specializing in the development of individual and company performance for over 20 years. Certified Master Coach, workshop leader, interim executive, board chair and board member, member of advisory boards and University professor in Professional Communication and Business Management.

What is Executive Coaching?

What is Executive Coaching? Executive coaching is a formal engagement in which a qualified coach works with an organizational leader in a series of dynamic, confidential sessions designed to establish and achieve clear goals that will result in improved managerial performance. The relationship between a manager and a coach is different from other kinds of professional relationships. For example, a coaching relationship focuses on enhancing performance while a mentoring relationship