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Paula Halewski

Paula Halewski

Paula Halewski, ACC, LCSW, MBA - Coaching since 2016, Paula is the founder of and principal coach at the Leadership Institute of Virginia (LIV). She is a certified Executive Leadership Coach from Georgetown University and credentialed by the International Coaching Federation (ICF). She holds a Masters in Clinical Social Work from New York University and is a licensed therapist (LCSW) and an Executive Masters of Business Administration from the University of Rochester Simon Business School. She is a published author and an active speaker and facilitator across the USA. She holds certifications behavioral & emotional intelligence, team development, culture, and is a life-long learner committed to growth in knowledge and skills.


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Paula Halewski
Tech and Innovation

How Can Metrics and Professional Development Work Together?

I’ve worked with several organizations that have developed an either/or mindset – either metrics / or professional development. Metrics are important. It lets the organization know how they are doing.  I’ve found it’s usually the mindset and behaviors of leadership that surround the metrics that need to change, not the...
Paula Halewski
CEO Agenda

Less Push, More Pull Leadership

Pull leaders, aka inspirational leaders, use their vision and communication skills to create a sense of purpose and direction that inspires and motivates their followers. They focus on building relationships with their team members, understanding their needs and aspirations, helping them grow and develop as individuals, and establishing psychological safety...
Business Meeting
CEO Agenda

The Leader Within

I walked into the staff meeting 100s of times – this time as the director. This was going to be different.  Now I was at the head of the table. The one folks looked to for many things. How would I differentiate myself in the leader role? I’d been at...