CAREER, LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT AND EXECUTIVE COACHING FOR EMERGING FEMALE LEADERS, ORGANIZATIONS AND ENTREPRENEURS!
Are you looking to develop your company’s female talent or looking to take your career to the next level, let Brooks Enterprise and Consultants (BE&C) help you!
We specialize in developing female front-line managers into top leaders within Fortune 1000 companies, mid-size and small businesses. We also provide training for female entrepreneurs.
We specialize in conducting research on topics related to women and inclusion in the workplace.
OUR VISIONEmpowering female leaders globally to “create the strength, discipline and freedom to define their best selves” in the workplace and business. BE&C and our experienced team focus on career coaching, executive coaching for the professional woman!
Brooks Enterprise & Consultants has partnered with Belhaven University Atlanta for the Women in Management Certificate Program.
Program starts Spring 2017
Brooks Enterprise and Consultants is Hosting our 2017 Facilitation and Public Speaking Competition for Women
Brooks Enterprise and Consultants is Hosting our 2017 Facilitation and Public Speaking Competition for Women Brooks Enterprise and Consultants is a leading training and consulting company whose focus is to improve organizational effectiveness through behavior change....read more
Congratulations to consultant Sabrina Brawner for being published in the October issue of Ready Publication! To view Sabrina's article or to order your copy visit:...read more
Thank you to Belhaven University and the NAAAHR for supporting our Women in Leadership Training on July 21st, 2016! Female managers and professionals from organizations such the CDC, Rollins and NAPA Auto Parts attended this hands-on, interactive training to develop...read more
Written by: Veronica "Roni" Jenkins, Consultant The subject of mental health least talked about in certain cultures, but it is also least talked about in the workplace. With mental health, particularly depression, being diagnosed at higher rates, and seen more in...read more
Written by: Sabrina Brawner, Consultant In the world of business, employees are often expected to come into work, leave their emotional and personal life at the door, and produce. Traditionally, professionalism in corporate culture has meant a cool, and stoic...read more
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