About Mary Rauchenstein
Shaping Tomorrow’s Leaders Today
Mary Rauchenstein is a certified John Maxwell speaker, trainer and coach! And she’s ready to help you transform your workplace. At Leadership Edge Solutions, we start with WHY. Through targeted inquiry, Mary helps you identify quite simply, what’s happening and what’s not. Solutions are customized for your needs, whether it’s a series of Masterminds, seminars, individual or team coaching.
Give the Gift of Coaching
Ends December 31, 2018
Holiday Special Coaching Package
Considering coaching for yourself or for a team member? Then you’ll want to take advantage of this holiday special!
12 one-hour coaching sessions and one free ZeroRisk assessment and consultation for $1200, a savings of $800!
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Leadership is a verb, not a noun!
Millennials now outnumber Gen X and Baby Boomers in the workplace. And as more and more Baby Boomers retire, Gen X and the Millennial generations will vie for long awaited leadership positions. But, as John Maxwell states, Leadership is a verb, not a noun! Leadership is not a position that you aspire to, but rather a choice that you make about how you will influence others. And it’s a skill that needs to be honed.
A new book about bullying
“Right of Passage”
Over the years, bullying has been rationalized as “kids being kids.” Victims are forgotten or dismissed, and bullies are not held accountable. Bullying is no rite of passage that anyone should endure. In this book, I challenge readers to take responsibility to join a revolution. Great tool for Youth Pastors, Educators and Leaders of all kinds!
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A Word from our Clients
“Prepare to be Inspired”
Leaders committed to their own development as well as the success of their organizations, should attend Mary’s sessions and prepared to be inspired.
Bob M. / Director of Human Resources
Bullying – Rite of Passage?
My first book will be published in just about one month! Exciting, right? Yes, and no. I chose to write this book to help shine a light on a very important topic; to help kids (and families) see that suicide and taking other’s lives is not a necessary outcome of being bullied. It was by … Continue reading “Bullying – Rite of Passage?”Read more
Build any Bridges Lately?
What could happen if we chose…Read more
How’s Your Vision?
As we begin the promise of a New Year, we might benefit from a vision test. No, I’m not talking about reading an eyechart of sorts. This is a much more challenging test.Read more
Okay, we’ve probably all re-gifted from time to time. There are some gifts, however, that should never be re-cycled or reconditioned. To do so, would be a grave misuse. Check yourself every now and then to be sure you aren’t throwing away your gifts…Read more
Manipulation or Inspiration – It’s Your Choice!
If you believe as John Maxwell proposes, that leadership is influence, nothing more and nothing less, then we’d have to say that there have been some pretty successful leaders in our day, some of whom have done some pretty horrific things.Read more
Where Were You?
It’s almost unfathomable to me that in less than a month we will memorialize 15 years since the attack on the World Trade Center Twin Towers, the Pentagon and United Airlines Flight 93 which crashed in a field near Shanksville, Pennsylvania.Read more
Had Your Oil Changed Lately? – Part 1
Some of you may be heading to a garage this weekend to change the oil in your car. Why? So your car can run more effectively and efficiently. When was the last time you changed the oil in your emotional tank?Read more
Good Leaders Practice What They Preach
How many times have we criticized others or been criticized ourselves for not practicing what we preach? Well, I had two unbelievable experiences recently that I have to share.Read more
NBA Finals Puts Leadership on Display
Great leaders throughout history have been visionaries who’ve positively influenced the right outcomes and subsequently achieved what they dreamed or envisioned.Read more
Coaching vs. Mentoring
As a coach, I’m often surprised at the number of people who confuse mentoring, and consulting with coaching.Read more