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leadership skills

That Make
A Great Leader

Building leadership skills take humility, courage, and discipline. When I think about the attributes of the best leader I have ever worked with, I realize he used a servant leadership philosophy to manage his team. Traditional leaders exercise power to achieve results. By comparison, the servant-leader shares power, puts the needs of others first, and helps their people develop and perform as executives. Servant leaders use their power to benefit the people they lead.

Attributes That Make A Great Leader
Attributes That Make A Great Leader

Mary Kuniski

Ms. Kuniski is a resident of Myrtle Beach, S.C., and spends her free time as a Volunteer Guardian ad Litem with the South Carolina 15th Circuit Court in Horry County as the voice for children in the foster system. She started her own company called Golden Executive Coaching, LLC in 2014 when she found many of the leaders, she previously mentored were coming to her for career coaching. As a result, she worked closely with many leaders highlighting their accomplishments and helping them present themselves in the best light while they found new employment.

Ms. Kuniski has been an executive for over 30 years. She has extensive experience in the supply chain, finance, human resources, vendor management, data management, and change management in the retail and manufacturing industries and has worked to help three non-profits develop their long-term growth strategies.

Ms. Kuniski is a catalyst for business and personal change. She has consistently led corporate companies into the future, often achieving process improvement and change others could not. She held leadership positions and fostered change for The Michaels Companies, Parkinson Voice Project, North Texas Dale Carnegie, Children’s Recovery Center, and Overhead Door Corporation.

Ms. Kuniski has been certified by Dale Carnegie, John Mattone, and Marshall Goldsmith in their coaching methodologies and uses all three to determine the best method to coach her clients. She holds an MBA in Global Management from the University of Phoenix and a Bachelor of Science in Human Development from Pennsylvania State University.



Do you feel like you are being passed over for promotion year after year? Are you frustrated because you often feel invisible in meetings? Do you lack the self-confidence to sit at the boardroom table during an executive meeting? Give us six-months to identify and help you change behaviors that are holding you back. If you are not completely satisfied, you will receive your money back

The point of coaching is not for me to help you do something, but rather for me to identify the areas in which you need assistance. We then work together to build an action plan based on Marshall Goldsmith’s feed-forward protocol that will help you correct the areas that need to improve. The real question is do you have the courage to find out what those areas might be and the humility to change them?

Leaders are committed to continuous self-improvement. Explain to your boss that you are interested in self-improvement and will learn the renowned Marshall Goldsmith feed-forward approach to making behavioral changes that last.Figure out what the pay-back might be if you were able to change one competency and present that with your request for coaching.

Although we are available to come to your office, we find that most coaching can be handled using Zoom.

If you are dissatisfied with your coach, please tell us and allow us the opportunity to make changes for you. If we can’t make i right, we guarantee a full refund on any coaching investment you have made. (Please note: 360 evaluations are not refundable)

Any good coach will reinforce the positive things you have done to change behaviors. Initially, we will recommend a 360 evaluation be completed by your peers, boss, and upper management. You get to decide who evaluate you. Once we receive those results, we will build a plan to enable you to conquer difficult areas. This can be the most difficult part of the coaching process and takes courage to implement. However, we will be with you every step of the way.

Typically, a coachee will take from 6-12 months to make the behavioral changes needed to move to the next level in their career.

That is up to you. We will ask you what success looks like to you? We need to set up expectation and identify the goals you want to achieve. We will ask you what you would like to be different in three to five years? Once we develop the answers to these questions, we will put together a plan for you to rise to the next level.


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