Lee J. Colan Coaches Leaders for the Changing World of Work

New CEO coaching program equips leaders for the changing world of work. This field-tested healthy growth process is aligned with the unique needs of today’s worker and the requirements for today’s leader | Lee J. Colan, The L Group

The L Group is a firm of leadership advisors dedicated to Healthy Growth for the leader, the employees, and the business. The firm was co-founded in 1999 by CEO coaches Lee J. Colan, Ph.D. and Julie Davis-Colan, M.S. who both have extensive real-world experience with CEO coaching. They equip and encourage clients to cultivate healthy growth with CEO coaching services, executive coaching, organizational consulting, and leadership development tools.

“We have successfully applied The L Group’s powerful tools and executive coaching for over 15 years to help drive our business growth and organizational engagement,” said Barry E. Davis, Chairman and CEO of EnLink Midstream, a Fortune 500 company.

Healthy leadership is cultivated from the inside out, meaning business leaders must be their best before they get the best from their teams. It starts with an awareness and intentional use of your thoughts, words, and actions to get the best from yourself and others. Together the co-founders have authored 15 effective CEO and leadership books that have been translated into nine languages including two best-sellers: Sticking to It and Engaging the Hearts and Minds of All Your Employees.

“These shifts in worker focus have existed for several years, but the COVID-19 pandemic accelerated them just as any crisis tends to accelerate existing trends,” said Lee J. Colan. “A new, field-tested process cultivates what we call ‘Healthy Growth’ and prescribes how those with a CEO role should lead to address the unique needs of today’s worker. It’s a science-based approach that predictably yields healthy growth for executive leadership, the employees, and the business.”

Learn more about The L Group by visiting their website here: https://thelgroup.com/

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