Own Your Seat at the Table

Finally learn what it takes to get a seat at the table

Gain the confidence, composure and credibility you need to land that exec role and step into it like a boss.

Own Your Seat at the Table

Finally learn what it takes to get a seat at the table

Gain the confidence, composure and credibility you need to land that exec role and step into it like a boss.

Katy! I just got a verbal offer for a VP role! Waiting for it to be official but we can add one more lady to your list soon! Thank you for everything you have taught us…you have cracked the code!!

I could never have anticipated how differently I would feel going into this program versus coming out of it. This program exceeded my expectations. I had so many ‘lightbulb’ moments – I love how after every session I left with something I could implement immediately. I started showing up differently at work from day 1, and it just got better from there.

If you want to learn how to show up as an executive, take this course. You’ll get concrete, practical advice that you can start applying right away that makes a huge difference.

NICOLE P.

YOU WORK HARD, GET GREAT RESULTS AND DO EVERYTHING YOU SHOULD BE DOING… AND YOU’RE STILL BEING PASSED OVER FOR THAT PROMOTION

YOU WORK HARD, GET GREAT RESULTS[/fusion_highlight] AND DO EVERYTHING YOU SHOULD BE DOING… AND YOU’RE STILL BEING PASSED OVER FOR THAT PROMOTION

I get it, because I see this all the time, and I’ve been there myself!

Let me guess, you’re great at execution, but just can’t get out of the weeds?

You’re the go-to person when something needs to get done, but aren’t being recognized as a senior leader?

You know you want to move up, but are struggling to advocate for yourself, and convince your boss that you’re ready?

You’re not alone. SO many women I know struggle with these same challenges.

YOU WANT TO BE THE ‘NO-BRAINER’ CHOICE FOR THAT NEXT EXECUTIVE ROLE, AND KNOW THAT YOU’RE UP FOR THE TASK.

The problem is that although many women want to move into senior leadership, they’re still operating as a middle manager. They’re still running meeting to meeting, focused on tactical execution instead of more strategic work.

Not only that, but they communicate in a way that conveys a lack of confidence and authority. Ouch. The perception this creates is that they aren’t quite ready to be an executive.

Because when we think about execs, we want someone who’s confident, strategic, decisive and outcome driven. We want someone who makes us feel as though they’ve got this.


She gives direct feedback with great care and helps you find your power, your voice and gently guides you out of your own way.

Being a part of a cohort with like-minded women helped me feel seen, felt invigorating and dare I say, feel powerful?

If you are looking for a supportive community led by an empathetic, kind, caring and smart woman, I highly recommend leaning in and reaching out to Katy!

– Kim Avila, Sr. Finance Leader

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