Coaching and Leadership Development for
Asian Americans in
Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam is a Sanskrit phrase found in Hindu texts such as the Maha Upanishad, which means "the world is one family".
Warren Bennis, a leading guru on transformational leadership states in his book, "On Becoming a Leader", that "Those who travel farther from home learn even more" (2009, p.84). I remember the first time I read Bennis's quote and had a revelation that this is the very undercurrent driving my sense of self into constant transformation. I am always hungry to learn from others and to not let difference intimidate me. I left my small town home at the age of 18 to see the world - much I have seen and much more I have to learn. This sojourn brings together my passion for communication (executive presence and gravitas), leadership, education, and culture.
As a certified professional coach, facilitator and trainer, leadership consultant, and academic researcher, I bring a combination of grit, professional services, higher education experience, and international work knowledge to the table. Leadership requires energy, and I have a lot of it to give and share in this journey to transformation!
ABOUT the FOUNDER
DR. MATTHEW ALLEN WOOLSEY, CPC, ELI-MP
Transformational ENERGY Leadership is about digging deep to tap your inner potential. Services include:
Individualized Coaching (Life / Career Coaching & Executive Presence)
Professional Facilitation and Training
Leadership Consultation, Competency Modeling, Curriculum Development
Leadership excellence relies on current, sound-proof, and proven research:
2016 Asian Pacific Americans Corporate Survey. Powering Asian Talent: Leveraging Intersections to Drive Marketplace Solutions.
Paradigms of Research for the 21st Century. SocioculturaL Perspectives of First Generation Asian Indian Leaders
2015 Asia Society Corporate Report
2014 Asian Pacific Americans Corporate Survey: Building Value in the Global Marketplace: Engaging Asian Pacific American and Asian Talent
Becoming a leader in a new land: Asian Indian leaders on the U.S. system of higher education. An ethnographic study.
Asian Indian Leadership Framework
(2012) M. Woolsey.
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