Do the women in your company know they are supported and valued?

In order for women and other under-represented groups to succeed, we need a new paradigm of leadership, one that is aligned, holistic and inclusive, and actually makes it easier for everyone to succeed. 

Under this new paradigm, leadership is defined as the fulfillment of the greatest and most unique value that you have to offer the world, and the impact and influence that you have on others, in order to make the world a better place for all.

We all have the ability to exercise this type of leadership throughout our life and career, in any type of situation, whether in a formal leadership position or not. Results include increased joy, connection and personal fulfillment for ourselves and increased creativity, innovation, problem solving, collaboration, risk management, revenue and profitability for our companies and organizations.


Women's Leadership and Team Development

For mission-driven companies and organizations


Women's Leadership Coaching

For high-achieving and ambitious individuals at all levels


Assessment & Coaching

For teams and individuals to better understand themselves and others


About Alethea Cheng Fitzpatrick

Alethea is an Advanced Certified Coach with the Gaia Project for Women’s Leadership and a Myers-Briggs Certified Practitioner.


"Alethea has an excellent way of allowing her clients to look at their lives and determine where they are spending most of their time, and she is very patient and non-judgmental - essential skills for a coach." - Cynthia


“Alethea is phenomenal. I think she’s fantastic and I really appreciate all that she has done. She has a multi-faceted approach and a unique passion. She can synthesize quickly, she can summarize quickly, and that really helps you reflect things back.” - Margaret


“Alethea cuts to the quick and lifts you out to the cloud line to get the bigger picture. My biggest takeaway was to place myself equally at the table and not discount my ability to provide value just because I have kids. She encouraged me to pursue what I want to do rather than give in to the pressure of what I’m supposed to want.” - Sylvia

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