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You don’t have to wander through the fog alone.

To lead an organization is often to walk through fog. Perhaps your board is disengaged. Maybe a leadership transition is needed but you don’t know where to start.

We can help you figure out board governance, organizational transition, leader roles, and other best practices. We’re known for unusual perception and for not taking a cookie-cutter approach. Every situation is different. We favor interactive retreats over boilerplate, forgettable “training.” We love to help organizations navigate successfully through all phases of leadership transition.

Sharpened Focus is the brainchild of Dr. Sid Webb, who has been a nonprofit leader and conference presenter for over 35 years. Based in Colorado, he has coached hundreds of leaders worldwide. 

Sid’s specialties include public speaking, nonprofit leader/board training, executive coaching, organizational transition guidance, and project writing. Sid has an exceptional ability to listen combined with keen perception regarding generational, cultural, and organizational dynamics.
If we work with you, you’ll experience encouragement, clarity, and relief. That’s what our other clients have said.

Click the button below to schedule a conversation. We’d like to hear your situation and encourage you a bit. If our services are a fit for your situation, great. If not, move on and be blessed. By contacting us, you have nothing to lose and peace of mind to gain.

Your insights, intuitiveness and intelligent approach have had so much impact! Your board training--compared to others we’ve had--was like going from black and white on a flat surface to brilliant color in 3-D. —LT, CEO, Ohio

Great job today, as always. Our board is engaged, excited about the present, and looking forward to the future. —HD, CEO, Colorado

The mission statement exercise was a genius way to bring about such affirming dialogue among board members . . . that they recognize what I put into my work here and that they have confidence in my leadership. For the first time, I felt like I had visitors to my "island." —HF, CEO, Michigan

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