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Part 2: CUTV News Radio spotlights Michelle Braden of MSBCoach

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Charlottesville, VA – Effective and authentic leadership is essential to success. Leadership coaching and development empowers leaders, engages teams and energizes organizations.

MSBCoach was built with a commitment to develop leaders and future leaders. Led by President and CEO, Michelle Braden, MSBCoach partners with individuals and organizations to provide the highest quality, customized leadership coaching and training.

“MSB is an acronym for Managing Successful Balance,” says Michelle. “Whether you want to focus on improving your performance or your quality of life, it starts with balance. Balance is unique to each individual leader”

Michelle has coached and trained leaders and teams for over 20 years. She and her team are committed to partnering with leaders to identify their motivators, drivers, values and principles that increase their awareness of who they are and how they want to be known as a leader.

“There’s a shift that needs to take place in the beliefs of leaders because what got you here won’t get you there,” says Michelle. “As a leader shifts toward new professional challenges, you can’t necessarily rest on the things that have allowed you to be successful up to this point.”

No matter where you are on the leadership climb, you’re going to need a coach. MSBCoach partners with you to identify and commit to your goals through its comprehensive development program The Leadership Climb.

“In our philosophy, leadership is a journey, but you never arrive. We’re always learning as leaders,” says Michelle. “It is a climb and only a few people make it to the top, and it becomes more challenging to reach that summit.”

For more information on MSBCoach, visit