Over the past 30 years, FMG Leading has advised, coached, and educated more than 30,000 leaders in 10 countries to discover and apply their true genius in leading and guiding change, creating new possibilities, transforming lives, and achieving breakthrough results.
More than just experienced leadership coaches, the advisors at FMG Leading are also trusted industry experts in the areas of organizational change, culture design and architecture, analytics and assessments, and world-class experiential learning programs.
FMG Leading has guided both small teams and whole companies along the journey from good to exceptional. Our clients are respected leaders across a broad range of industries, including healthcare, hospitality, financial services, energy, technology, and top-tier athletics.
Wisdom Leading™, our unique approach to breakthrough leading, guides C-level leaders and senior executives on a powerful exploration of self-discovery and self-awareness to deepen their leadership legacy.
Focusing on personal transformation and strategic leadership, Wisdom Leading™ introduces leaders to breakthrough concepts, and identifies limiting habits and beliefs. FMG Leading's approach aligns actions and values, deepening self-awareness and leadership effectiveness.
FMG Leading's Integrated Strategic Change framework helps leaders clarify a vision for the future. We recognize that culture has a significant impact on successful change efforts, and is often the key lever that activates breakthrough performance. Yet this critical element is often ignored, underestimated, or misunderstood.
Through our unique culture mapping process, we define the current culture of an organization, how it aligns with the organizational strategy, and how the culture may help or hurt change initiatives. FMG Leading then partners with clients to design new cultures that intentionally support future strategies and required organizational capabilities, allowing companies to overcome barriers and achieve sustainable results.
We all know them - managers that are so focused on the task at hand that they forget the human element of the job. And their opposite exists as well: managers who are so focused on their people that operational effectiveness grinds to a halt. I call these 2 types of management personalities "G.E.D.s" (git 'er done) and "M.P.H.s" (make people happy).
There have been thousands of books on leadership. There has never been a book like Leadersh*t: Rethinking The True Path To Great Leading.