Suzi Pomerantz, Community Instigator/Connectress @suzi

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Suzi Pomerantz, Community Instigator/Connectress

Email Address


301-601-1525 (office)


Washington DC area (Germantown, Maryland)


Innovative Leadership International LLC

Website or sites


Wild Card

Auspicious members of this community have dubbed me "Maven in Chief" and "Sensei Pom", both of which I LOVE and am keeping! I'm a proud founder of the Library of Professional Coaching:

Sweet Spot

I work best with high-level executives in fast-paced environments and I coach at the intersection of Leadership and Business Development.

How do you balance competition and cooperation with other business coaches?

I don’t believe in competition, and I seek to partner and collaborate with all those whom others might consider my competitors.

How would you like to contribute to that change?

By creating the Leading Coaches Center to bring together those wanting a high-level dialogue about the unique playing field we occupy and how to leverage coaching as a vehicle for leadership excellence in our clients.

What do you feel needs to change in the business coaching profession as a whole?

The time has come to uncomingle the coaching profession. Those of us who coach leaders and teams in organizations are not the same as sports coaches, life coaches, or other types of coaches and we have unique challenges, best practices, methodologies, and professional needs.

What area of expertise do you enjoy sharing with others?

Twitter and the intersection between leadership and business development!

What is your primary belief about creating success and abundance?

Trust and all is given. Everything is as it is meant to be.

What does leadership mean to you?

Leadership is creating clarity of vision and space such that others seek to step into the game with you and manifest powerful results.

Who is your target market?

Executives, leaders, and teams in organizations as well as colleagues in the coaching industry who lead the leaders.

What do you most wish to gain from spending time with successful business coaches?

Colleagueship, co-creation, contribution, and a safe place to have peer mentorship conversations about business models, challenges, and growth strategies.

How would you sum up your mission as a business coach?

To create a profound impact on excellence in business leadership while stewarding and advancing the profession of executive coaching.

What kinds of collaborations and co-creations with other coaches appeal to you?

Creating stuff to take to market like books, articles, products, and joint ventures that allow us to more deeply impact our clients, their organizations, and eventually the world.

How do you believe you could add most value to a community of business coaches?

By creating a place for us to start the conversations that are not happening in any other existing forum of coaches.