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Got ideas brewing, but you need help unpacking and structuring them?

Robin Athey and Michael Parker share their experience in the Thought Leadership Coaching program by the Institute for Thought Leadership. Hear what they have to say.

What is a thought leader?

Thought leaders are known for simplifying the complex, debunking myths and having a unique view on a particular subject.


But many experts get "lost" in their niche. They struggle to tell a story that reaches a wider audience. These experts need a nudge on their path to thought leadership.


In ten weeks of private coaching and writing support, Rhea Wessel, a professional writer and trainer, will help you find and hone your message to launch your journey to thought leadership. You will articulate your niche, create your own intellectual property, and develop stories around your ideas.


Interested? Read on.

Business Meeting


You are an independent business owner, an entrepreneur or an exective who wants to advance your career in a large organization.

Virtual Team Meeting


In roughly ten sessions via zoom (1.5 hours each), we explore your expertise, competence and passion to identify the area where you want to be a thought leader.


Then we hone your message and begin developing your proprietary collateral.


Finally, we execute on one piece of writing about your subject.


You walk away with:

  1. A better understanding of your own niche and the uniqueness of your message

  2. A list of ways to spread your ideas more effectively and make money off of them

  3. A catalogue of story ideas for you to work on later

  4. One written piece (ghosted or edited) that you can publish on your LinkedIn profile or blog

The Contract


Your first consultation is free. Rhea will learn about your thought-leadership goals and propose a coaching plan. 

Schedule a call with Rhea today.

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We are here to assist.

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