Jessie Kwatamdia has built her career on helping people continue to learn, especially as a member of leadership. Now she’s excited to combine that passion with her leadership and business experience to launch her own business – The Growth Coach of Columbia.
“My career and my volunteer work have always been about continuing education, creating strategies, connecting people to resources, building relationships and raising awareness through leadership and outreach. Throughout all of my roles, the most rewarding thing has always been to have the opportunity to help others grow and reach their potential. I love to coach, train and guide. I love to grow people,” Kwatamdia said. “The Growth Coach is a perfect fit for me because it gives me the opportunity to do what I love, continue to serve my community and help business leaders grow their businesses in a balanced and sustainable way.”
Kwatamdia has a Master’s degree in Adult and Continuing Education from Kansas State University and started her career in education and family services as a teacher, counselor and business owner. Her recent roles have included the Fundraiser and Public Relations Director for Douglas County Senior Services, Director of Philanthropy at Stephens College, and Executive Director for the Greater Missouri Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association. Throughout those roles, Kwatamdia created hundreds of courses, seminars and educational programs; built business demand, revenue and communities around nonprofit missions; developed inter-departmental and community-wide relationships to foster support and organizational growth; and led the annual Walk to End Alzheimer’s.
As a Growth Coach, Kwatamdia is also certified in The Strategic Mindset coaching process, which adheres to the standards, practices and policies that the International Coaching Federation has outlined in their Code of Professional Standards and Ethics. The company’s landmark Strategic Mindset Process© is so effective that it comes with a money-back guarantee.
“As a Growth Coach, my goal is to help clients step back, take a strategic look at the business, understand the realities of the business as it stands today, discuss where you want your business to be moving forward, create a plan to get you there and then help you stay on track. It’s all a combination of listening, learning, mindset, training and teamwork. We can solve problems by working together,” Kwatamdia said.
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