If You are a business...

You know the impact mediocre communication skills can have on your business, and you have taken steps to ensure your team has had the best brand name coaches money can buy. But here you are - because somehow, in spite of all the coaching, your team is still struggling.

And this struggle is quietly chipping away at your bottom line.

Stop the Struggle

 "Be wise, but speak the language of the people."


If you are an individual...

You are the kind of person who will invest in yourself to achieve greatness: you have a job to do and you are going to excel at it, move up in your career, grow your business, and learn to look and sound like the authority you know you are. No. Matter. What.

Communication skills are your passport to the corner office.

I Want to Excel

“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit."        

 — Aristotle



You need Red leaf.

Stacee Mandeville, the founder of Red Leaf Coaching, has provided communication skills coaching to executives in a myriad of industries within companies like Merck, HP, General Electric, JPMorgan, Levis, Business France, Deutsche Bank, Verizon, and Citigroup.

She helped them level-up their communication skills. She can help you.

Talk to Stacee

"A journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single step."                

— Lao Tzu

Stacee is one of the most fascinating people I have ever met. At an Executive Training Session, Stacee ably led a group of type-A, typically non-‘creative’ rule-followers and taught them to open up mentally and be free physically — all in an effort to enhance our ‘executive presence.’ Despite much reluctance, Stacee had full command of the room in minutes, taught us that it was okay to fail and led us to a place of performance, in spite of fear. I remember her lessons vividly a year later and use them right before I give a big pitch, or stand in front of a room. The simple methods she taught me are some of the best returning investments I’ve ever made. I will be forever indebted to her for her assistance and would recommend her without hesitation to others.
— Rick Grub (GE )