Corporate Harvest: Want to Grow Your Company? Develop Your Leaders

According to the recently released 2014 Merrill Lynch economic outlook, US GDP growth is expected to accelerate in 2014. Leading executive coach Sonya Shelton of Executive Leadership Consulting advises on why for corporations, developing leaders to their fullest potential is more important than ever and critical to seizing opportunity.

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The best way to instill confidence, cultivate loyalty and retain leaders critical to your business success is to invest in them with training, coaching, personal development opportunities and clearly defined career paths.

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) December 04, 2013

According to the recently released 2014 Merrill Lynch economic outlook, US GDP growth is expected to accelerate in 2014. Leading executive coach Sonya Shelton of Executive Leadership Consulting advises on why for corporations, developing leaders to their fullest potential is more important than ever and critical to seizing opportunity.

The 2014 Merrill Lynch economic outlook paints a picture of a falling US budget deficit; banks recapitalizing and working off bad loans; housing that has started to recover; corporations flush with profits and cash; households that have cut debt servicing costs; state and local governments that have stopped cutting budgets; and US GDP growth expected to grow from an average of 2.2 percent in the last four years up to 2.6 percent in 2014.

That means businesses—and their leadership—must be prepared to seize the moment.

“To take advantage of opportunity in 2014 and to be able to compete in this unpredictable, fast-moving and fast-changing market where business priorities change rapidly, it’s imperative for companies to cultivate strong, flexible, resourceful leaders at all levels of the organization. By promoting the growth of your leaders you promote the growth of your company," said Sonya Shelton, an international speaker, consultant and author of the book “You’re an Executive, But are You A Leader?” “The best way to thank, instill confidence, cultivate loyalty and retain leaders critical to your business success is to invest in them with training, coaching, personal development opportunities and clearly defined career paths. Your business results largely depend on your leadership. What you get out, will ultimately be what you’ve put in.”

Executive Leadership Consulting offers workshops and coaching programs designed to develop leadership capability at all levels of the organization. Shelton designed the programs at Executive Leadership Consulting based on her more than 25 years’ experience as a leader in a variety of companies and industries, including the high-paced fields of publishing, advertising, and entertainment.

For more tips and information about Executive Leadership Consulting please visit http://www.executiveleader.com and follow Sonya Shelton on Twitter for leadership tips @SonyaShelton.

About Executive Leadership Consulting:
Sonya Shelton, CEO and founder of Executive Leadership Consulting, is the author of the book “You’re an Executive, But Are You a Leader?” As an international speaker and consultant, she shows managers and executives how to increase their leadership effectiveness so they can boost their professional and business results.

Executive Leadership Consulting offers workshops and coaching programs designed to develop leadership capability at all levels of the organization. Shelton designed the programs at Executive Leadership Consulting based on her more than 25 years’ experience as a leader in a variety of companies and industries, including the high-paced fields of publishing, advertising, and entertainment. She has worked as an executive coach and consultant with companies around the world from start-ups to Fortune 100 corporations, including Disney, Nestle, and Microsoft.