I distinguish my productivity coaching by helping my clients pursue harmony, employ grace and strategy rather than hustling, grinding and struggling.
I challenge women through accountability and introspection to set milestones, tackle their vices and operate in their power by accomplishing their desired outcomes.
Sometimes we need to redefine productivity to you know, maintain our sanity...
Other times, we just need fresh perspective and clarity...
And those other times, it’s just about employing executive function.
Oh that’s just the life skills they don’t teach us in school that we actually need to survive and thrive. (When I first started studying executive function, there were seven, the list has grown to 11 skills and they truly help us to maintain productive lifestyles.)
Our ability to:
Droves of employees, especially women, are leaving the workforce because of a lack of work-life harmony. Those who stay at home are also affected by mental health and decreased productivity.
When clients approach me, they usually need accountability, clarity, strategy, and/or a mindset shift. At the time, they don’t know that, so it may sound like this:
We help organizations:
We help employees:
After working with me, clients have reported that they were able to:
Faced by my own challenges of obtaining harmony, balancing a full time job, marriage, motherhood, project management contracts, and my own consulting boutique, I was tired of feeling tired. I had to figure out how to optimize my time, and find a creative outlook for harmony that translated into practical solutions and results.
I'd love to teach you the strategies I used to go from stressed and overwhelmed to whole and fulfilled! I'm Rose-Anne and I teach women how to get things done and get their lives in order. I coach professionals to balance service, sacrifice, and self-care so they can engage in work-life harmony.
Award-Winning Journalist, TV Host, and CEO of Mom Life Streets. A graduate of Hampton University, where she was named Class of 2020 top “Forty Under 40” alumna. She’s also an active member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated. In 2020, she was in the “Top 50 Most Influential Business Person of Color” in the Boston suburbs.
An Enthusiast and Passionate storyteller, she specializes in executing high-level marketing and communications campaigns to drive business results and boost brand visibility. Through her company, Pope Productions, Inc., she created and produced two seasons of the variety talk show, “The Positive Controversy with Kristen Pope,” to give voices to people often overheard on media. She has helped, through Pope Productions, Inc., various aspiring journalists secure jobs in television media.
She currently leads social media at Harvard University in the Division of Continuing Education.
Campaigned and won a 3-year term as Natick's first (but not the last) Black Woman Select Board Member and 8th woman elected since Natick’s founding in 1781!
When she and her husband welcomed their baby girl, Kristen was working as a journalist. She was not exchanging her role of mom for all the other things she had going on, so she knew she had to gain the support of experts to help her with her transition. For birth, that was a doula and for postpartum support, she hired a Productivity Coach.
Working with Kristen involved redefining productivity, self-care, and what success would look like postpartum. We worked on mindset shifts, clarity, brain-dumping, and prioritizing her action items. Motherhood is not for the faint of heart and it's mission-critical to have a strong support system, and that includes a productivity coach.
I was speaking at a conference in 2019 when I bumped into the magical glow maven, Latham Thomas. At the time, I already had my two sons and the impression I had about doulas was a back rub, assisted breathing techniques, and that they were crazy expensive. Now I know that women can't afford to NOT have a doula.
I had the pleasure of linking arms with the imitable powerhouse and doula, Chanel. She understands first-hand that doulas are critical in improving maternal health outcomes and she is also essential in making the services accessible.
When I became pregnant with my third child, I was adamant about having a doula. Having a doula to provide me with physical, emotional, and informational support was a game-changer. She encompassed every role giving me everything I needed when I needed it, even when I didn't know I needed it.
I have touched thousands of people through conferences, workshops, keynote speeches, interviews, podcasts, YouTube videos and events. While large group settings are effective and deliver value, the sweet spot and the magic happens in the more intimate settings when I coach in smaller groups or one to one. I have coached hundreds of women in group settings and worked with 27 women individually.
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