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Female business owners exude confidence to maintain a competitive edge

ColoradoBiz Women to Watch 2017: ICC Inc.


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ICC Inc.

Headquartered in Denver, Innovate Coach Consult (ICC) works with underperforming teams and leaders to facilitate productivity. Acting as an extension to an organization's internal resources, ICC helps teams add value to their bottom lines through talent management and outplacement services.

SUSAN RUHL (right) – Co-founder, President, CFO

Susan@InnovateICC.com

SHAWNA SIMCIK (left) – Co-founder, President, Business Leadership

Shawna@InnovateICC.com

855-865-4400


For us, it's not just about being women in business. It's also about being entrepreneurs and succeeding in a competitive economy. The most important lessons we've learned:

WORK HARD + PERSEVERE

Never take your eye off the ball.

BE CONFIDENT

You must be yourself and have confidence in who you are, and when you are feeling uncertain, fake it until you make it.

LEARN FROM YOUR MISTAKES

Recognize and admit your mistakes as soon as possible. Take time to look back on these mistakes and learn from them.

INSIST ON "WE" VS. "I"

Assemble teams with different strengths to propel the organization forward faster.

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