We started the firm in 2005 with a dual purpose in mind: First, we wanted to help leaders and their organizations do great things. Second, we wanted to create a place where talented, fun, high-energy people were able to do their best and brightest work every day.
Often, I’m asked why we named the firm Coraggio. It was an easy decision when we came across the word and then understood its meaning. Coraggio is the Italian word courage. And the work we do for clients takes a lot of it. For each of us, Coraggio means having the courage to tell our clients the truth, even if the truth is hard for them to hear—and maybe makes us a little nervous telling it. It means having the courage to create some necessary discomfort in order for them to better understand the nature of their challenge and what it will take to address it and move past it.
I help leaders and their organizations get clear, get focused and get moving on their most important leadership and organizational challenges. I do this so that they can go on to do the great things they were meant to do.
A few clients I’ve had the pleasure of working with:
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