My girlfriend Susan called me late Monday night. She had an extra ticket to see Paul Rusesabagina at the Free Library of Philadelphia on Tuesday night. Mr. Rusesabagina is the former manager of the Hotel Des Mille Collines in Kigali, Rwanda. It is where he housed over 1200 refugees during the Rwandan genocide of 1994 protecting them all from the brutal slaughter happening outside. In just 100 days 800,000 Rwandans were killed mostly with machetes while the international community turned a deaf ear. His is the story told in the movie Hotel Rwanda. I was excited at the prospect of hearing him speak directly about his experience
I have wanted a blog for a long time and I’m excited to finally be here with all the rest of you all over the world.
I want you to ask me questions about issues going on for you that you would like to explore with a coach…
I have a unique slant on life that I’m anxious to share. It is not the right slant, simply my slant. It is one that I have cultivated over many years of working with people to grow the kind of life that fulfills them in ways they never imagined.
I want more and more people to have access to my gifts.
I also want a forum where I can explore emerging thoughts, resources and create community.
“My leadership coaching helps you identify who you are – both your strengths and vulnerabilities – and how to use them to go further than you ever thought possible in your career and life.”
Elizabeth C. Hechtman is passionate about people leading every aspect of their lives. For over 25 years she's collaborated with clients to be leaders in their families and relationships, at work, with friends, and with their finances, health and wellness.
Elizabeth's clients are c-suite professionals, entrepreneurs, middle managers, creative professionals, recent brides/grooms, stay-at-home parents, and singles. She lives in the Philadelphia suburbs.
She created this blog as a forum to disseminate the golden nuggets she learns everyday, bat around her views on leadership and and invite a rich dialogue about all of it.