LEADERSHIP COACHING

THE RIPPLE EFFECT

All about people

“Leadership is all about people. It is not about organizations. It is not about plans. It is not about strategies. It is all about people-motivating people to get the job done. You have to be people-centered.” – Colin Powell

Kirk McMillan, Co-Founder of PeopleSurge

Areas of Focus: CEOs and C-Suite Leaders, High Performing Teams, Family Business Leaders, Executive Leaders, Business Owners, Acquisition Continuity Leadership

Education and Certifications: Masters Business Administration, Certified Talent Optimization Consultant, Associate Certified Coach, ICF, Certified Personal | Certified Health and Wellness Coach

“getting an outside view forces me to get out of working in the business and focus on working on the business and myself.” – Aaron Siegel, Founder/CEO, Home Team BBQ

“Accountability in each session with Kirk continues to be impactful.” – Lindsay Nevin, CEO/Founder, Flyway Companies

Why Leadership Coaching?

Optimize Individual and Team Performance
Improve Communication Skills

Increase Productivity
Improve Business Strategies
Increase Self-Confidence

What is Leadership Coaching?

Coaching is the creation of a one-on-one relationship between a person who holds a leadership position and a professional coach. The International Coaching Federation (ICF) defines coaching as “partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential”. These relationships are intended to benefit the leader by increasing his or her performance and helping them to reach untapped levels of success.

Who We Coach

CEO’s and C-Suite Leaders
Executives
Merger and Acquisition Leadership Continuity
High Potential Employees HIPO
Managers and Directors
Family Business Leaders
Next Generation Leaders

Whatever form development takes, the organization should make sure it’s meeting the needs of its employees and its managers. After all, employee development isn’t just a perk for the employee, it’s a perk for company as a whole.

Whatever form development takes, the organization should make sure it’s meeting the needs of its employees and its managers. After all, employee development isn’t just a perk for the employee, it’s a perk for company as a whole.

PeopleSurge “has forced my thinking around the big picture instead of getting bogged down in the daily work”

Jason Burke, CEO, The New Primal

“Accountability in each coaching session with Kirk continues to be impactful”

Lindsay Nevin, CEO, Flyway Companies

“Accountability in each coaching session with Kirk continues to be impactful”

Lindsay Nevin, CEO, Flyway Companies

“Thanks for the guidance. As always, you are awesome and so appreciate our time together.”

Adam Baslow, CEO, New Leaf Home Builders

“Thanks for the guidance. As always, you are awesome and so appreciate our time together.”

Adam Baslow, CEO, New Leaf Home Builders

“getting an outside view forces me to get out of working in the business and focus on working on the business and myself.”

Aaron Siegel, CEO, Home Team BBQ

“People Surge helped our team define our values, our why and set goals for our future. Facilitation and thought exercises ensured all perspectives of team were considered.”

Melonie Hammond-Trace, Owner, Tideline CPA Group

“Too many takeaways to count. I’ve been in the weeds. The 20k foot view perspective to put metrics and plans in place is refreshing. Thank you.”

Elissa Nauful, Founder and CEO, BallyWho Social

“increased our hiring ratio of candidates interviewed from 1 in 15 to 1 in 4.”

Peter LaMotte, Chernoff Newman

“Thanks for the guidance. As always, you are awesome and so appreciate our time together.”

Ed Edwards, Circuit Board Medics

“Kirk was Exceptional!”

Matt O'Neil, CEO, Matt O'Neil Real Estate