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Lead with empowerment: Antoinette Coetzee

Uncommon Leadership

Release Date: 10/16/2023

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Antoinette considers herself a compulsive teacher. And a perpetual loudmouth.

Antoinette Coetzee is a professional coach whose pattern in life seems to be to learn something, master it, and then immediately want to share it with. Personal development, new possibilities, a more supportive society, and 3 pugs are what gets her up in the morning.

We chat about the close ties between our leadership and our personal development, the importance of embracing humility and experimentation, and how inhabiting our current circumstances can bring the energy and direction we need to lead well.

Connect with Antoinette on LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/antoinettecoetzee; her website: https://agilecoaching.global/; and via email: [email protected].


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