ABOGE (pronounced: ah-boe-gee) means “Father”.
The company founder believes the most important jobs he ever had was that of a devoted father to his children. He saw himself as the Chief Executive Officer of his family and realized their success would depend on his ability to create the family (organization) structure and culture to allow them to develop the personal skills, behaviors and resiliency to weather the storms of life. He dedicated his entire life toward loving and serving his family through leadership.
“Leaders don’t create followers, they create other leaders” – T. Peters
Organizations, like family, require dedicated effective leaders at every level to remain successful. Effective leaders are mindful, present and engaged daily. Engaged and present leaders empower people through development (skills training), defining and exemplifying acceptable behaviors (core values) and accountability. Mindful, present and engaged leaders create healthy and whole environments where people understand who they are, value what they bring to the organization, and have a holistic connection with customers, coworkers and communities they serve.
“If we are strong enough to know who we ae, it does not matter what anyone else says.” — T. Lyles
At ABOGE we see our clients as healthy and whole individuals who can chose what is best for themselves in each personal or professional season. We support our clients through coaching and training to navigate through these seasons. We engage our clients through systematic and critical thinking to aid them in clearly defining a vision of success, help them develop skills and behaviors to support their vision, and provide the accountability through direct communication and results driven processes to make it attainable. Our processes are client focused, client driven and collaborative. ABOGE clients are empowered to take that leap of faith to give focus and life to their vision.
“For I know the thoughts and plans I have for you, says the Lord, thoughts and plans for your welfare and peace and not for evil, to give you hope in your final outcome.” — AMP