Leadership Enhancement Seminars
Our signature in-person training helps bolster the leadership skills of your staff. We tailor each curriculum to meet the needs of your organization. No canned classes here.
Examples of topics include: communication,handling micromanagers and work-a-holics, managing across the generations and beyond.
Inspire your organization's future by bringing in speakers that honor our country's and military's past and present.
Instead of the same old talks, we infuse lessons from industry, non-profit, and multi-generational perspectives in diverse and inclusive presentations.
Who We Are
Understanding Your Organization
We get to know your organization in a variety of ways which could include:
An Approach Embracing Diversity
Combining the experience of a retired Naval Cold War veteran and an entrepreneurial Millennial who spent years working in big business, we bring complimentary voices together that represent some of the unique facets of the modern workplace.
Please get in touch to discuss ease in base access, security conversations, and virtual offerings to accommodate disparate groups and those adjusting to virus related scheduling adjustments.
Liz Howard is the founder of TLCG with experience working as an employee in billion dollar sales organizations, boutique consultancies, and as a business owner and author.
She has led TLCG to consult with the United States Air Force, the United States Marine Corps, various hospitals, and nonprofit organizations.
As a female leader herself, Liz has a sweet spot working with female professionals who are working to poise themselves as the standard of the future.
Richard Rieckenberg is a subject matter expert and lead consultant at The Leadership Coaching Group. Richard brings a wildly divergent set of life experiences to his perspective on leadership.
Submarine Officer. Nuclear Engineer. American Red Cross Mass Care Chief. Photographer. He sees the world through a telephoto lens and coaches with a focus on humanity and morality.
“Success is not final; failure is not fatal:
It is the courage to continue that counts.”