How To Go From Manager To Director in 14 Months

On Sept 29th, I’m bringing together a small group of first-time managers to help them elevate their careers.

Over 45-60 days, I’ll show you the exact process I used to go from first-time manager to director in 14 months, without having to put in more hours at work, sacrifice family time, or take on more stress.

So far, I’ve helped folks like:

– A project manager who struggled to find her voice and felt like an imposter, she learned to delegate, saved herself 4.5 hours/week, and secured a promotion within six months.

– An engineering manager who went from being overwhelmed by trying to be someone he wasn’t, to an effective leader who re-built the trust of his team using a simple framework in 43 days.

– A manager who was finally able to solve a longstanding conflict with an employee, by rebuilding relationship capital in a simple and practical way. This led to an increase in long-term team performance and an elevated role within their department.

– A manager who had plateaued in her technical skills was able to develop her people skills and level up her career. She found a new position with a new company, making more money while having a bigger impact. And she did so while returning from mat leave.

It will not be free.

But for the right person… it has and will pay for itself many times over the course of your career, often within the first 45-60 days.

If you are interested, simply DM me on LinkedIn or email me at:, and I’ll be in touch with more details.