THE ELEVATE PROJECTElevating those who uplift others
What Is The Elevate Project?
AIIR Consulting, a global executive coaching and leadership development firm, is proud to present The Elevate Project, a pro-bono initiative that will help purpose-driven organizations access elite coaching services. Through top-tier, deep, and systemic coaching, The Elevate Project helps create a cascading effect that elevates entire organizations. With the help of AIIR Consulting’s world-class coaches, we work to catalyze the impact of those leaving a positive mark on the world.
Why We Elevate
Research has shown the powerful impact coaching can have on leaders, teams, and entire organizations. It is proven to help Fortune 500 companies achieve success. At AIIR Consulting, we believe that these services should also be accessible to purpose-driven organizations. That’s why our team of executive coaches is volunteering their time and talents — to elevate leaders who will use them to strengthen their communities and make the world a better place.
What Does The Elevate Project Offer?
Individual development engagements with elite executive coaches, using AIIR’s proven coaching methodology and supported by world-class technology to drive performance and produce sustained results.
Assessment administration and group debrief sessions that will help the individuals in your organization uncover, understand, and leverage the dynamics that drive them.
What Kinds Of Initiatives Will The Elevate Project Support?
Each year, the Elevate Project focuses its philanthropic outreach on areas where we believe our pro-bono coaching and consulting services can make a difference. Last year, The Elevate Project chose to serve the Veteran community. This included Team Red, White, and Blue and American Dream U. Currently, we have active partnerships with Youth Inc. and additional youth and women’s organizations.
Organizations in Partnership with the Elevate Project
“Youth INC’s mission is to transform the lives of NYC youth by empowering the organizations that serve them. Youth INC provides the coaching, capital, and connections to our nonprofit partners to help them achieve sustainable growth and maximize their impact.”
“With a focus on education, technology, and entrepreneurship, Hopeworks provides a positive, healing atmosphere that propels young people to build strong futures and break the cycle of violence and poverty in Camden, New Jersey.”
“We are dedicated to helping our military members and their spouses in the transition so they can find a successful landing after their service; whether that is higher education, a dream job, or the ability to start their own business.”
15 PARTNER ORGANIZATIONS
ELEVATE PROJECT 2020 IMPACT
Executive Director, Kyle Horne, shares the great impact The Elevate Project has had this year.
Catalysing Impact 2020
Rosa Grunhaus Belzer
Meet the Elevate Project Coaches
Thank you to the AIIR coaches that have donated their time and
efforts to make the Elevate Project possible.
Elevate Project Testimonials
“AIIR Consulting has been an exceptional partner for Hopeworks. AIIR’s executive coaching has helped our Executive Director expand into a higher level role, which is having an enormous impact on our organization and will allow us to serve so many more young people. AIIR has also gone above and beyond to provide coaching for the rest of our executive team.”
“In just a few short weeks, my work with my Elevate coach, Marsha King, has helped me make dramatic improvements in my performance as a manager and a leader. We often — in articles, workshops, and Ted talks — hear about the importance of vision, delegation, and innumerable other “leadership skills.” What Marsha did with Elevate was different. Marsha did not just encourage me to delegate, but gave me concrete, actionable steps I could do to get to that desired result. My coach did not just talk about managing time better, but gave me skills and practice I needed to actually do it. Working with my Elevate coach was like the difference between learning to play basketball by watching it on TV — the traditional way coaches work — and actually getting on the floor and playing the game, which is the way that Marsha worked. Thank you for this great opportunity!”