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Grow with Adrienne Taylor Coaching

Creating a culture of courage.  

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Highland Height KY

Building a leadership team in a retail setting has many challenges.   With payroll budgets decreasing and productivity demand constantly increasing, training and development is the first thing that goes out the window.   Adrienne Taylor Coaching is here to help you develop your leadership team into courageous and productive leaders.  Research shows that teams that feel confident in their role are more productive and are more engaged.  Schedule a free consultation today.

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My Coaching Philosophy

My approach to coaching is driven by curiosity.  I operate on the belief system that every one of us doing the best we can at any given moment.  The rub here is that our best can be different from day to day.  Even minute by minute on some days.  We are complex creatures with a vast range of experiences and emotions.  

It is so easy to spiral when life gets tough.  Coaching to me is one of many tools to help create a system for your life to fall back on when life gets tough.  A coach is someone whom is courageous enough to be honest with you and empathetic enough to know how to approach each client as an individual.

My core values are Courage and Honesty.   So for me, leading with curiosity is where those two values intersect.  It takes great courage to be honest with ourselves.  It takes real honesty to with ourselves to find our courage.

-Adrienne Taylor 

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Leadership Coaching Session

This service is a favorite among many of my clients, as it is often times one of the keys to a happier, healthier work/life balance. My job is to give you the tools and techniques to achieve a balanced and fulfilling lifestyle. After several sessions, you will become well-versed at handling issues whenever and wherever they arise.  Call now to schedule a session.

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Career Development Coaching

Do you feel like you are doing everything you can to get that promotion only to be overlooked again?  Do you feel frustrated with your job?  Do you feel unseen and like you are spinning your wheels?  My speciality is helping understand what barriers are holding you back.  We all need help seeing through the weeds in these moments.  Together we will identify the aspects of your job that you love and the things you need to focus on to succeed and get that promotion.

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Life Coaching Session

Life throws many surprises at us, and while we cannot predict the outcome of any situation, we can take control of how we respond to certain situations. With my coaching sessions, you’ll learn about acceptance and how to exert your power of choice over whatever life may throw at you.

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Courage Culture Coaching

This is a high demand service as employees are searching for a career that is fulfilling for their lives.  Employers are scrambling to find the key for productive and engaged staff.  Studies show that when employees feel safe and appreciated they are much more satisfied and invested in their work.  I will help you identify and address the current issues and help you build the skills necessary to create an environment that is conducive to creativity and productivity.  Contact us today at today for a free consultation.

No matter the challenge, I am here to coach you and help bring about significant positive change.  The key to creating an inclusive and equitable culture is Courage.  I will teach you skills to balance your priorities in order to create a more manageable work/life balance.

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Want to hear more about how I can help you transform your life? Contact me today for a free 15 minute consultation.

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My Story

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My story isn't special.  I grew up with a self employed dad.  My siblings and I worked hard from a young age both at home and in our dads business.  The value of hard work was drilled into me as a small child.  I was promoted to my first management role at 21.  I was reliable, fast, got along well with others and I worked my tail off.  What I quickly realized is that nobody teaches you how to lead a team.  They show you a few new skills and hand you set of keys.  WHAT?  Suddenly your in charge.  How do you motivate these people?  How do you figure out how to juggle so many things at one time?  How do you give feedback?  How do you write a review?  Yikes.

I spent the next 20 years climbing the ranks of middle management.  Searching for my purpose and trying to figure out the meaning of my work.  I had begun to feel stuck.  I felt like my job served no purpose to humanity.  There seemed to be something missing in the training for leaders.  A huge disconnect between management and front line staff.  I made it my business to understand what that piece is.  The complaints are always of the same theme.  Corporate doesn't care about their people.  My boss is terrible.  My staff is lazy.  I don't get any feedback.   I get useless feedback. Etc.

So I began my journey of studying leadership.  I read everything on the subject and interviewed my peers and my staff.  Anyone who would talk to me about their experiences at work.  I hired my own coach to help me put all of the pieces together and come up with a plan.  I earned my certification for Coaching and became Dare to Lead trained by a certified Brene' Brown coach.  I began building my program to teach to my direct reports at my job.   My strategies began turning heads and I was being requested to coach and mentor friends and peers.  So here we are now.  My mission is to help people create a culture in the workplace that is safe, inclusive, happy and productive.  It is possible.  It is simple but it is not easy.  

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“Courage is resistance to fear, mastery of fear, not absence of fear”

Mark Twain

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