Executive Coaching for Community Leaders

Our flagship program provides one-on-one and team executive coaching to top-level non-profit leaders in our community. Many of our most valuable community organizations cannot afford first-rate coaching, so we provide it either free-of-charge or for a minimal fee.

Serving in the top role of any organization has unique challenges, and coaching provides an advocate and support from someone who is objective, wise, and has the leader’s best interest at heart.

We often expand the coaching relationship to include the team who works with the leader.

The results? A healthier culture. Better synergy. Increased effectiveness. Greater impact.

Local organizations who’ve benefited from this program include

Safe Harbor

Hickory High School

True Life (Hmong) Church

Hickory Ballet and Performing Arts

Hickory Soup Kitchen

March of Dimes

Valley Haven Camp & Retreat Center

Pregnancy Care Center

Centro Latino

Soma Church

Children’s Advocacy Center

The Corner Table

Fellowship of Christian Athletes

Burke Recovery

Mimosa Christian Counseling

Eastern Catawba Cooperative Christian Ministry

Burke Chamber of Commerce

Caldwell Chamber of Commerce

Council on Adolescents of Catawba County

Amazing Grace Lutheran Church

Young Life

Robin’s Nest

Green Room

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The Annual Conference

Each year The Foundation hosts a leadership conference – a half-day experience designed to inform, inspire, and raise the leadership temperature of our community.

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Leaders’ Roundtable

The Leaders' Roundtable expands our work to leaders in business and the for-profit world in order to create strong connections among leaders and to promote a culture of leadership excellence.

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Strong Student Leadership

The Foundation invests in the lives high school students to help them clarify their identity, discover their strengths, and set themselves up for future success as they prepare for life beyond high school.

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