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About E3L Effective Leadership Coaching in Cortlandt Manor, NY

Take a minute to learn more about effective leadership coaching in Cortlandt Manor, NY, and Lynne Labrador, the owner of E3L. Contact us today!

Goal mentoring and teaching employers management skills is an excellent way to enhance the workplace experience for everyone. A company’s success counts on the relationships developed within the staff structure, employee morale, and customer relations. Lynn is committed to ensuring that her efforts provide you with leadership coaching that changes the face of your organization for the better.

Navigating The Dynamics Of A Workplace

Up and down the corporate ladder, there are leaders, supervisors, and managers. Learning how to communicate within the structure is vital to a company’s trajectory. Without a fluid and seamless process for cooperation and collaboration, problems can arise and filter throughout the office. Make the most of Lynn’s experience in teaching employers how to manage a dynamic workplace full of different personalities.

 Understanding Your Needs

Lynn understands what it takes for employers to communicate expectations, mentor goals, resolve conflict, set foundations, and provide training. She can guide your staff by using proven methods that produce consistent results. Whether you have managers shifting up the ladder or team members that are looking to advance, Lynn can provide the information they need to succeed. Learn more about her journey to become a life and management coach, and you’ll see why she’s the first choice for progressive employers and businesses.

Lynne's Story

Lynne grew up in an underprivileged community in Bridgeport, Connecticut. Her father was an immigrant who taught her that while they may have to work twice as hard to get ahead, it can never be an excuse to fail. Throughout her life, Lynne has put this to the test, working hard for everything she's ever achieved. 

In 1992, at the age of 33, Lynne found out she had a life-threatening illness. At the time, she was a single mom of her six-year-old child. The next day, she went to work to lead her team while planning for a life expectancy of 2 years or less.  In the midst of this life-changing news, she discovered how to be a leader; how to balance priorities. Most importantly, Lynne learned how critical it is to be clear about your goals and having a plan to achieve them. 

The good news is that she beat the odds.  And the work ethic, motivation, and leadership skills she developed allowed Lynne to pursue a successful 40-year career in financial services. But one day, Lynne's goals shifted when her friends suggested that she leave corporate America behind to focus on her true passion: mentoring and bringing out the best in others. Today, Lynne is proud to share her successes and her failures in the hope that her story will inspire others to be leaders and follow their dreams.