Build Your Leaders

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Randy Siegel coaches on communications skills

Me, Inc.
PowerHouse Presenting Executive Intensive
Communications and Professional Image Audit
Visionary Leadership
Power Hour

Me, Inc.

A rising leader’s success ultimately depends on his or her ability to communicate and to package, present, and promote his or her best self.

A leader must ask:

  1. How effective are my communications skills? Am I projecting likeability, credibility, and authority?
  2. Am I motivating and empowering my direct reports?
  3. Am I representing my organization in the strongest way possible?
  4. Am I fully using my strengths to reach the organization's goals?

Through a series of exercises, your employee will complete a personal Best-Self Blueprint that includes:

  • Positioning Statement - How does he or she want to be seen by others? Used internally as a focusing device, a positioning statement summarizes how your employee would like to be perceived by others. Together, we'll find "the sweet spot," that place where others' perceptions of her, her perceptions of herself, and her ideal image intersect.
  • Unique Selling or Value Proposition - What differentiates him from his peers?
  • Purpose/Mission Statement - What is her passion, and how can she harness that passion to better serve her clients and employees?
  • Communications Style - We'll identify his communications style and determine what works and what needs improvement. Jointly we'll develop a strategy to increase his personal likeability, credibility, and authority.

Explore a sample Best-Self Blueprint.

As a result of this process, your high-potential employee will be able to more successfully:

  • Sell his or her ideas, products, services, and self.
  • Retain and grow existing clients; attract new clients.
  • Make rain and close sales.
  • Motivate and lead workers.
  • Build consensus and encourage teamwork.
  • Facilitate problem solving.
  • Build stronger relationships with key constituents.

The Asheville, N.C., intensive includes:

  1. Intake session to set goals and design customized curriculum
  2. Two half-day sessions
  3. Two scheduled telephone follow-ups
  4. Lunch the first day
  5. Workbook: Engineer Your Career
  6. Monthly eNewsletter

Phone coaching includes:

  1. Intake session to set goals and design customized curriculum
  2. Four 50-minute telephone consultations over a six-week period
  3. Two check-ins over an additional two-week period
  4. Randy Siegel's workbook: Engineer Your Career
  5. Monthly eNewsletter

PowerHouse Presenting Executive Intensive

Clients report a 30 percent or more improvement in the way they present. For more information on the program.


  1. Intake session by phone to establish goals and design customized curriculum
  2. Four hours of one-on-one instruction and coaching
  3. Follow-up within one month
  4. The Book: PowerHouse Presenting
  5. Monthly eNewsletter

Communications and Professional Image Audit

A communications and professional image audit provides "an empathetic mirror" to show the executive what he or she is putting out to the world. The audit measures likeability, credibility, and authority as well as communications effectiveness.


  1. Intake session by phone to establish goals and design customized audit
  2. Development of customized audit
  3. Six interviews of professional and/or personal contacts conducted by phone or e-mail
  4. Summary report
  5. Recommendations
  6. Briefing
  7. Randy Siegel's Workbook: Engineer Your Career
  8. Monthly eNewsletter

Visionary Leadership

"Leaders are made, not born."

Lee Iacocca
Where Have All the Leaders Gone?

CEOs, executive directors, and other top management retain Randy Siegel to help them become more charismatic spokespeople and visionary leaders for the organizations they serve.

Smart organizations retain Randy to help position new executives before they take on important leadership positions. First impressions often mark a leader's success or failure.

Simply having a vision doesn't make a visionary leader. A visionary leader must be able to:

  • Generate trust.
  • Cut through the clutter.
  • Not only motivate, but inspire people to greatness.

During coaching sessions, we'll cover seven common characteristics of visionary leaders:

  1. Authenticity
  2. Direction
  3. Passion
  4. Connection
  5. People-First Orientation
  6. Certainty, Confidence, Conviction
  7. Resiliency

Additionally, we'll define your

  • Core Values
  • Personal Mission Statement
  • Personal Leadership Style
  • Your Vision for Your Organization or Department
  • Positioning Statement

Sessions vary depending on each client's needs.

If you’d like to explore coaching for your own work and life click here.

Randy Siegel also offers "POWER Hour" by telephone or in person where clients can address a single issue such as an upcoming speech or presentation, media interview, or employee issue. Some may elect to explore one of the four Ps in depth: personhood, purpose, persona, or presence.


  1. One one-hour consultation or two half-hour sessions over a two-week period
  2. One intake session to set goals or one follow-up telephone call or e-mail
  3. Randy Siegel's workbook: Engineer Your Career
  4. Worksheets, if needed
  5. Monthly eNewsletter