Prescot & Leman Helps Executives Take the Next Step

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<strong>New York &mdash; March 12</strong><br />There are plenty of consultants available to executives wanting to refine their focus in their current jobs. But where can executives turn for support when leaving one role and stepping into another?<br /><br />A smart answer is Prescot & Leman. The transition coaching firm, just launched, is headed by Kami Naraghi Evans, author of the 2004 change management guide <em>The Next Step: A Guide to Professional Responsibility</em>. Building on 15 years&#39; experience placing human capital for strategic opportunities, Prescot & Leman relies on its proprietary Advisory Board Method, developed by Naraghi Evans, to guide executives through professional transitions.<br /><br />"Through transition coaching, we build the roadmap with the client to manage new objectives on both a local and global basis," Naraghi Evans explained. "Being focused on achievement and having clear goals and action plan results can be noticeable early on, providing the motivation and self-belief to make significant progress and beneficial changes."<br /><br />Prescot & Leman&#39;s Advisory Board methodology allows executives to benefit from the firm&#39;s applied knowledge and industry-specific networks, both of which become essential building blocks for clients&#39; careers.<br /><br />"Our goals are clear and focused. By sharing the human capital resources we have gathered over the years across various industries, we are able to broaden our clients&#39; understanding of current market values and sector trends and coordinate meetings for our clients with like-minded executives," said Naraghi Evans. "This allows our executives to better understand how to move forward with their careers and gain extremely strong relationships within their sectors."<br />

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