Feeling seen, appreciated, and valued is the number one driver of employee engagement and retention. Yet most “positive feedback” doesn’t accomplish this. Read more about redefining leadership from Rebecca's article published in the Stanford Social Innovation Review.
Rebecca Aced-Molina is a certified professional coach and international leadership expert who works with people who are tired of holding back and ready to start leading from their strengths.
Here’s what people are saying about working with Rebecca:
"I feel my relationship to leadership taking an entirely new shape after working with Rebecca. I had gotten to a place of feeling overwhelmed, stuck and frustrated in my role. I now can see how interconnected my own cycles of shame and worth have been woven into my thinking about productivity and impact at work. A new picture is emerging in my role-- one that invites in new ways of seeing, being and holding my truth at a higher altitude. I see more opportunity, choice and space in places that used to feel suffocating."
The image in the banner is a doorway in the Alhambra Palace in Granada Spain. It was built during the 1200s, a time in which the Muslim, Christian and Jewish populations lived in harmony. They shared poetry, sacred texts, and innovative engineering techniques. The multi-cultural, non-dualistic thinking that flourished during this time period is an inspiration to me and my work with diverse people, organizations and communities.