EQUIPPED TO SUCCEED
When it comes to personal and professional growth and development, your organization needs the right partner to equip your leaders and teams to lead through peaks and valleys, times of uncertainty, and this evolving business landscape. We are specialists in leadership development and therefore understand that transforming leadership behaviors will transform cultures, environments, teams, and outcomes.
improved work performance, relationships, and more effective communication skills.
of individuals who recieve coaching
Who we work with
We work with ambitious, high-capacity, world-class, innovative game changers. These individuals can be in such roles as C-Suite Executives, Senior Management, individuals in high-level positions within their organizations, highly influential positions, high-net-worth individuals, business owners and entrepreneurs. These individuals are not afraid to put in the work for themselves, not deterred by excuses, and not resistant to being challenged.
What we do
We dig deep with you, we help you explore, we see what you may not, we challenge you, we hold a mirror up to you and we help you create the absolute best in you leaders. We create leaders your organization needs to drive the business forward and lead teams effectively. Our leadership development approach is customized for each individual being coached. We integrate executive coaching, character development, and emotional intelligence to produce a transformation that is seen, experienced, and felt.
Rukiya quickly becoming a highly sought after executive coach, consultant and advisor. She is the founder of e2s Strategies and e2s Coaching and has created several successful leadership trainings and coaching programs.
Her thought leadership, creativity, research, and experience combined with her undeniable passion, drive, ambition, compassion for her clients has earned her the nickname "The Real Deal".
"Only 3 months in... I do have an amazing coach!"
More and more Baby Boomers are reaching the mandatory retirement age of 65 and some are taking early retirement. This puts pressure on the generations behind them to fill the leadership gaps left by the boomers.
According to the United States Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics, by 2024, 41% of the U.S. labor force will be over the age of 55, and one third of that group will be over the age of 65.
This means within the next five to ten years, every industry and business in the country will be losing a large segment of their workforce — especially those workers who are in management and leadership positions.