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Victoria, BC – It has often been said of executives that “what got you here is not enough to keep you here.” With rapid advances in technology and evolving ways of doing business, today’s executives require a multi-functional leadership capacity: influencing, mentoring, developing talent and building functional teams.

Dr. Tolu Adeleye is a certified executive leadership coach and the founder of Wholesome Career Living Inc., where she offers both career coaching and executive-leadership development solutions. Dr. Adeleye works with individuals at various stages of their career progression to hone their leadership skills and improve their performance.

“I enjoy empowering emerging leaders, helping them to discover a solid purpose, which serves as a fulcrum for their leadership pursuits,” says Dr. Adeleye. “I always try to coach my clients from a strengths-based perspective.”

The most important skill of an emerging leader is an ability to foster a positive, collaborative environment. Dr. Adeleye believes people should be offered coaching and leadership training that will enable them to succeed in leadership roles.

“Becoming that excellent executive leader is attainable with the proper tools and support,” says Dr. Adeleye. “Our proven solutions position you for success at all stages of your career.”

The best part about these skills, says Dr. Adeleye, is that they can be learned. Whether you find yourself in career transition, or you are an aspiring leader that simply wants to improve your leadership skills, Dr. Adeleye can offer a custom holistic solution to meet your needs.

For more information on Wholesome Career Living, visit www.wholesomecareercoaching.com

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