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Welcome to Leveraging L.I.T. Leadership™

L.I.T. leaders learn, inspire, and transform themselves, their teams, and their organizations.

In this self-paced program, you will watch videos and complete implementation plans prior to 1:1 coaching sessions. We recommend completing this program in eight to twelve weeks to allow for between four to six coaching sessions, integration, and course correction, when appropriate.  

Module 1

Learn About Yourself and Your Team- In this module, you’ll discover information about yourself and how you come across to others; develop communication and negotiation strategies to facilitate conversations at work and at home; and learn how neuroscience can help you overcome limitations and self-doubt that could derail your effectiveness as a leader. 

If you don’t know who you are and how you show up in the workplace, you can’t develop yourself or your team. You’ll start with three validated, behavioral assessments, DISC, CliftonStrengths, and Core Competencies and use your results to tailor your personal development plan. In the online modules, you’ll focus on:

  •  Self-awareness & communication
  •  Time management and prioritization
  •  Growth mindset and neuroplasticity
  •  Overcoming imposter syndrome through proven tools to release self-doubt, overwork, perfectionism, and other limiting beliefs
  •  Introduction to Mindfulness and Stress Management

Module 2

Inspire Your Team- In this module, you will build on what you’ve learned about yourself and how you interact with your team so that you can develop the next generation of leaders in your organization and avoid the pitfalls that can lead to demotivated employees, high turnover, and lawsuits. 

  •  Transitioning from peer to leader
  •  Trust-based Leadership
  •  Managing diverse and intersectional workforces
  •  Using your strengths effectively as a leader to coach your team to excellence
  •  Performance management
  •  Giving and accepting feedback
  •  Negotiation techniques for leaders
  •  Mindful leadership

Module 3

Transform Yourself, Your Team, and Your Business- Chronic stress or burnout can have significant physical, mental, emotional, and financial ramifications for you, your employees, and your organization. In this module, you’ll learn the difference between debilitating stress and eustress (enhancing stress) with tangible strategies that you can implement immediately to dramatically improve your wellbeing and set the right example for your team. 

  •  Compassionate communication
  •  Mental health and wellbeing in the workplace
  •  Building grit and resilience
  •  Minimizing debilitating stress and burnout in the workplace
  •  Stress reduction for managers and teams

 Upon completion of the program, you will receive a certification of achievement and lifetime access to the materials and any updates.


The rates below include:

  •  the online modules (each containing several videos, templates, and worksheets) and
  •  up to six 1:1 coaching sessions, a $3,000 value.

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About your coach:

As the CEO of Illuminating Wisdom, Marcia Narine Weldon uses evidence-based, neuroscience-informed strategies to help people transform their mindsets, skillsets, and lives. Her goal is to help people do what they love and love what they do. She's been certified or trained in neurolinguistic programming (NLP), Dr. Amen’s Brain Health, Happy For No Reason method, neuroencoding, mindfulness instruction, meditation facilitation, emotional freedom technique (tapping), breathwork, hypnotherapy, and the DISC, Hogan, and CliftonStrengths behavioral assessment instruments.

She’s mental health first aid certified, a member of the Forbes Coach’s Council, and has coached employees, executives, entrepreneurs, and board members for over twenty years. She's consulted on human capital, legal, compliance, and strategic issues for businesses and nonprofits of all sizes. Most important, she's undergone executive coaching and knows what works and what doesn’t.

She is also the co-chair of the governance committee of the Women’s Fund of Miami Dade; the General Counsel and Chief Diversity Officer of a boutique law firm and of a sustainable startup; and is a law professor at the University of Miami teaching regulatory compliance, corporate governance, and sustainability; business and human rights; transactional lawyering; business associations; and legal writing. Additionally, she has been interviewed in or featured by the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, NPR, the Guardian, Verge, Forbes, Agenda (Financial Times), and other news outlets around the world.  

She spent several years in-house as the Vice President and Deputy General Counsel, as well as the Vice President, Global Compliance and Business Standards, and Chief Privacy Officer of Ryder, a publicly traded, multinational Fortune 500 company. She oversaw the company's global compliance, business ethics, privacy, government relations, environmental compliance, enterprise risk management, corporate responsibility, and labor and employment legal programs. She also served as the head of human resources for one of the company’s two divisions before being tasked with starting the compliance, enterprise risk management, and privacy programs from scratch. Prior to joining Ryder, she worked as labor and employment associate at Morgan Lewis in Miami, a commercial litigator at Cleary Gottlieb in New York, and clerked for the Supreme Court of New Jersey. 

In May 2011, she testified before the House Financial Services Committee in Congress on the unintended impact of Dodd-Frank Financial Reform on corporate compliance programs. In 2012, the United States Secretary of Labor appointed her to the Whistleblower Protection Advisory Committee, where she served for five years. She also served on the Miami-Dade Commission on Ethics and Public Trust from 2014-2017.

She earned her law degree, cum laude, from Harvard Law School, and her undergraduate degree, cum laude, in political science and psychology from Columbia University. She has been admitted to the bars of New York, New Jersey, Florida and the United States Supreme Court. She is a former owner of a small business in the beauty industry and is the proud mother of an artist.