CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va., June 8, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- CUTV News announced today executive coach Michelle Braden has been featured in an exclusive, one-on-one conversation with host Jim Masters.
Braden is the President and CEO of MSBCoach, a boutique, executive coaching firm specializing in customized leadership coaching and training to empower leaders, engage teams and energize organizations.
"We help leaders discover what is inside," says Braden. "Meaningful conversations help leaders increase their awareness, both for themselves and their teams and organizations. We don't just sit around a conference table with the 'C-Suite leaders.' We encourage input at all levels and believe every individual in the organization should be a part of this leadership and team development process."
MSB stands for "Managing Successful Balance," and for over 20 years Braden and her team have helped clients navigate the complex challenges facing modern organizations.
One of the greatest challenges disrupting the balance of modern organizations is the recent influx of millennials into leadership positions. Each day, more millennials are promoted to leadership positions, but the majority of executives are still Baby Boomers who often need help communicating with this generation that is so different from them.
"Most of our clients are of Baby Boomer Generation and the challenge they face is often a lack of understanding the difference in values," explains Braden. "Millennials are a very different generation with different values: they work to live, they don't live to work. It does not make them right or wrong, it's just different. Senior leaders would benefit from embracing the millennial generation's values because they also have a lot to bring to the table."
According to Braden, leading diverse groups of people is key to successful leadership and leading different generations is one aspect of diversity. MSBCoach experts use proven techniques to assess your strengths and challenges to coach you and your core leaders and train your team to be more effective.
"We have to take a look at the culture within our organizations and determine if we went to flex that culture and what do we need to do to make that happen."
For more information on MSBCoach, visit www.msbcoach.com
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