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.
Visit IEPMethod.com to Learn More.
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.
Learn More about IEP Craft Program
WE PARTNER WITH PEOPLE & ORGANIZATIONS TO:
IEP Live! Event in Sacramento May 6-7, with a very special “deep dive” on May 8. For all the information you’ll need visit our Engage with IEP page.
Anese is interviewed by Sean 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 is interviewed by Mindi Rosser of the 3% Conference about the IEP Method for Female Creatives and this silly thing we call busy and balance, and how to navigate it all … authentically … even when you’re feeling powerless.
121 Seconds to Destiny or Doom … How Getting Your Mind Right Will Make Your Meetings Actually Matter. In her latest article for Inc. Small Giants, Anese teaches us how, in 121 seconds or less, you can create meetings that result in an ROI 25x over … per person!
Anese interviewed by The Bulletproof Executive’s Dave Asprey. In this interview she and Dave discuss presence, gratitude, the power of intention, using crazy words like “energy” in organizations, how not to be a “professional bummer,” and much, much more!