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West Palm Beach, Florida - 33421 United States
Phone: 561-444-9256
The Employee to CEO Project

The goal of the Employee to CEO Project is to increase the number of minority women and men in C-Suite Leadership Roles by offering strategic career guidance and mentorship to empower the next generation of great diverse leaders.

The Employee to CEO Project is for multicultural individuals who are aspiring to become Executive or C-Suite Leaders and New Entrants or Mid-Managers who want to build business acumen and leadership competencies. We provide you with the platform to get you from the Employee Desk to the CEO Chair. Our programs are focused on upending the statistics that say, minority individuals cannot ascend to key leadership roles.

Our programs focus on helping you build a new vision for your career. We offer real world solutions to the leadership development gap that you've fallen into. Our solutions include mentoring and coaching as well as active group discussions, fostering career dialogs, curated and facilitated business leadership guidance, and access to tools and strategies used by experienced business leaders to advance their careers.

As a business leader of tomorrow, The Employee to CEO Project will propel your career and serve as a platform to build your business leadership skills.

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