It’s time for a new vision of leadership.

One with more heart, more connection, more honesty, and deeper vulnerability. Whether you have been newly promoted to a leadership position, or have been in the seat for many years there is something for everyone in this book.

You may have noticed that employing the same skills and tactics you used in your role as a team member now that you’re a leader have left you with some major bumps and bruises.  You may even fail at leadership. But this book is here to help you succeed as a leader.  It will challenge you to learn new skills, dare you to try new approaches, and demand that you open up to vulnerability like you’ve probably never done.

After all, we don’t get anywhere new by doing the same old things!

Reading this book is the first step in your journey to becoming a more effective leader that will touch every aspect of your life.

Erin Thorp is a professional engineer, a certified Integral™ Coach, and passionate about self and leadership development.  Erin has spent the last 15 years leading project and professional teams and developed a philosophy of leadership built on empathy, vulnerability, and listening to achieve better results, together.  Erin lives in Calgary, Alberta, Canada with her family.

“It takes courage to write a book, even more so when it is a very personal expose of your own journey through all aspects of life. Readers should be grateful to Erin for having the courage to do so. To work with and lead others you first need to know yourself – the lessons that Erin so generously shares in this book are applicable to all of us as individuals, parents workers, and leaders. A must-read book for anyone who cares about positive relationships.” John

“Prepare to be drawn into Erin’s leadership journey as she discovers her strengths and weaknesses. Great book for anyone looking to grow as a leader. It will open your eyes to the hidden lessons found in each challenge.” Arlene

Whether you are a new or seasoned leader, I invite you to join our community of empathic leaders.

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