Your presence creates your impact. Show up.
I believe that leadership starts with you. I believe that the better aligned you are internally, the better you can be in the world. And the better you are in the world, the better your relationships, your craft, and your impact will be.
I help people optimize their impact, solve all kinds of leadership and collaboration challenges, and grow as individuals, teams, and organizations. My approach is “untraditional” relying on things like intention, energy, presence, authenticity, and purpose to craft true impact.
The IEP Method (Intentional Energetic Presence) is the core methodology used in all of Anese’s influence, leadership, and collaboration programs and talks.
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The Craft Impact Program is the holistic personal leadership development program (which integrates IEP and skills building) used by some of today’s most innovative organizations and business leaders.
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Release date August 7th! Learn how to optimize presence, virtually — and in person, as an individual — and as a team, with this simple 2-page guide. You can download your copy by signing up in the upper (or lower) right hand corner of this site! Enjoy!
IEP Live! Leadership Summit in Sacramento October 22-23, with a very special “deep dive” on October 24.
Anese writes an article for the Huffington Post about ‘Decide.’ Effective decision making comes from deciding energetically from the inside out. A decision is simply the intention and energy behind your word that you’re going to do something that propels, motivates and energizes you to move forward.
Anese speaks with Maggie Linton about busy, or as Anese puts it “richly scheduled”, and how it is not going away but how you can manage it. The main anecdote to busyness is presence. Listen here!
Anese speaks with Betsy and Renee from Unfinished Business radio about your default face techniques. The easiest thing you can do to create intentional impact is to change your body language. Listen here!
Anese and Andy Drish of the Foundation have a heart-to-heart about energy in the organization, the importance of getting this “right” as a start up, why it doesn’t matter if you’re a $10K/year biz or a $50M/year biz, and all sorts of good stuff.
Anese is featured in 15five’s book The Little Book of Workplace Wisdom which discusses 101 leadership lessons you can actually use in the workplace.
Anese writes for 15Five on Corporate Superpowers. No matter who you are and the culture you’re creating (intentionally or not), learn 4 counter-intuitive ways to tap into your superpowers.
Anese is interviewed by Shawn Murphy of Work That Matters, a podcast dedicated to bringing you thought shapers and business makers. In this episode Anese discusses what “Showing Up” means to today’s leaders.
Anese speaks with Bonnie D. Graham from Read My Lips radio. In the interview, she speaks about how people hide under the cover of “busy.” Ditch the work-life balance and make self-care more important than being busy and burnt out!