Chuck has 25 years of experience coaching people and teams to be successful and to reach their full potential. Now he is offering customized Executive/Leadership Coaching to anyone who wants to realize their God given potential, soar at home and work, experience greater joy and achieve their dreams.
Don’t think you are a leader? Think again. "The ability to lead is really a collection of skills, nearly all of which can be learned and improved." Chuck is a former Teacher, Coach, and Principal of Oak Ridge High School and has over 20 years experience in leadership positions. He specializes in leadership development that is designed to help you increase your capacity to lead.
Chuck speaks to a variety of groups of all sizes including: businesses, civic groups, churches, teams, a monthly leadership seminar and non-profits on a variety of subjects ranging from leadership development, success principles, Family Ministry, parenting, marriage, teamwork, mentoring and more.
"Chuck spoke about the qualities of a great leader. He doesn't just talk, he forces you to evaluate yourself and examine your strengths and weaknesses. His unique perspective on vision, credibility, and creating a culture of greatness would benefit anyone in a leadership position."
"As an invited keynote speaker to the Oak Ridge National Laboratory's Mentoring Program, Chuck established an excellent tone for the program. His commitment to service for others and helping those find their path truly shines through, and it inspires others to do the same."
"Sometimes being in a leadership role you will become stagnate. Chuck will help you create new ideas, setgoals, and lay out a plan to accomplish them. No matter what area you would like to grow in Chuck will design a plan to help you become the leader you are destined to be."
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