Who you are as a leader depends on how clearly and creatively you tell your story, share your vision, and serve as a catalyst for change.
Richard Levin & Associates is one of the most recognized names in executive coaching. Through our unique catalytic coaching process, our experienced team of coaches strives to educate, inspire, advise, and inform –igniting the spark that motivates effective leadership.
Through honesty, integrity and a steadfast display of respect, Richard Levin & Associates (RLA) has earned the trust of clients ranging from small family businesses and non-profit organizations to global corporations, government agencies, and professional firms.
RLA is proud of its strategic alliance with CFAR, a respected management consulting firm working with mission-driven leaders to improve performance through strategy, cultural change, collaboration and governance.Read More
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Prepares individuals to be seen as thought leaders and experts, enhancing business visibility, investor confidence, and industry position.Read More
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Leadership on Point
As of April 1, 2019, Richard Levin & Associates (RLA), one of the most recognized names in executive coaching, has formally joined The Center for Applied Research, Inc. (CFAR), a management consulting firm specializing in strategy, change, and collaboration.
It is with both happiness and humility that I share the good news that Richard Levin & Associates has been named by Forbes for the second year in a row as one of America’s best management consulting firms. What makes me truly happy about this is that we are the only executive coaching firm […]
By Richard J. Levin and Sara E. Miller “That’s simply the way he is. Just don’t find yourself alone in an elevator with him!” We heard this from the CEO of a nonprofit organization who was given advice about a key donor during her first day on the job. She was receiving “the talk” so […]