Veronica Taylor has been a professional coach for 5 years, having come to this career focus influenced by the “being cooperative” approach versus the old “competitive” corporate model. In fact, LifeLeadersCoaching.com has always been about having an “entrepreneurial spirit”, whether in the corporate arena or the business owner’s world.
For Veronica, being entrepreneurial means understanding the balance between “it’s all on me” and “the key to leadership is creating successful teams”. Leaders – in life and in business – are those with a “not on my watch” attitude who understand that “the buck stops here” is not just an expression but a way of living and working they relate to. That is, they take responsibility for the actions of their companies and themselves. Authentic leaders have the humility to know where their strengths and weaknesses lie and the ability to delegate and bring together others into their circle of influence who complement those strengths and weaknesses.
Having worked in a corporate environment for 15 years and now owning her own company for 5, Veronica understands that the basis on which entrepreneurship is built is a formula that includes 3 important components – mindset, strategy and effective execution. It’s more complex than just keeping an eye on the bottom line. Companies that don’t display leadership, innovation, proper delegation and resilience can go out of business.
Veronica acknowledges that it is easier for employees in large companies to lose sight of the need to be entrepreneurial minded. On the other hand, the owner of a business has a clearer line of sight to the bottom line and, thus, to how his or her actions are empowering it (or disempowering it).
Life Leaders Coaching and Consulting is dedicated to bridging (or closing) the gap between C-suite individuals and their teams…so that they can work in unison every step of the way.
Veronica supports two types of individuals in building successful careers and businesses:
Veronica’s company offers services that support business success without sacrificing the budget or the qualities that characterize successful human beings, recognizing that the two are not mutually exclusive.