“Carla naturally excels at mentoring. She is well spoken and enthusiastic -- and she is also no nonsense. She is dedicated to sharing her insights with others and has a special interest in helping other women succeed.”
Once in a while you listen to a speaker that will inspire you to action; Carla Howard is that speaker. Her delivery is purposefull and insightful.
Her message is clear, full of insight and can be easily adapted to your situation. Give her a listen, you'll be glad you did.
“Carla was one of the best bosses that I have ever had, a truly inspirational woman who inspires other women to reach their potential.”
“If you're looking for someone to tiptoe around and listen to endless complaining, Carla is not the mentor for you. But if you want someone who will speak plain truth and cut through the mire, giving you solid advice while also leaving room for growth, then I highly recommend her to you!”
“We received rave reviews from those who attended her sessions. So much so that she became a favorite of some of the company representatives in attendance and she was requested for future learning sessions.”
“ She is someone I turn to for continued advice and insight as she has the unique ability to harness the power of data with a focus on change management, people and continuous improvement.”
"Whether you need some guidance on dealing with difficult people in the workplace, how to boost your value in your current job, or how to get out and find your next job, I highly recommend Carla to help guide you on your way."
"Carla is an active listener and her engagement with you is always thoughtful and honest. Each session I’ve had with her has left me feeling empowered and encouraged to step out into an area that I was reticent to take on before. She is helping me to become a more strategic thinker, and my colleagues have noticed the change."
"She is a “gold mine” in this world of sometimes “hollywoodized” (big business) celebrity coaches. Carla’s advice and suggestions are always welcome and I would recommend her highly as a mentor, especially to other women looking for career advice (which in some cases may intersect with having a personal impact)..."