I advise the few who impact the many.
My professional goal is to make the world a better place by helping leaders become the best version of themselves. I also want to show them that success and work-life balance aren’t competing objectives. I am an executive coach, management consultant, teacher/trainer, blogger/writer, public speaker, meeting facilitator, and developer of business assessment tools.
I primarily work with CEOs, small and mid-sized business owners, key executives, emerging leaders, and non-profit leaders. I fundamentally believe that success is a conscious choice. I feel privileged to work with the top 5% of the population who actually step up, bet on themselves, lean into difficult problems, seize significant opportunities, assume the mantle of leadership responsibility, create high performing work environments, and make a tangible positive difference in their communities.
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Ed’s books on Leadership, Life and Business will elevate your knowledge and give you the confidence to apply it to your personal and professional life.
Ed Robinson is the President and Founder of Capacity Building Solutions Inc., a consulting firm he started in June 2002 to focus on the business management and organizational development needs of small to medium-sized businesses and community based nonprofits. His expertise is in working with senior leaders and leadership teams to assess and address their strategic business decision-making and leadership challenges.
Ed also chairs five CEO/leadership peer groups for Vistage International , the world’s largest peer based leadership development organization . In addition, Ed has facilitated the Executive Roundtable for the Entrepreneur Council of Frederick County . He is also adjunct faculty for the M.B.A. Program at Mount St. Mary’s University.
Previously, Ed was Managing Director of Community Wealth Ventures (CWV), a consulting practice that focuses on social enterprise strategies and capacity building in the nonprofit sector. He has also worked for The Gallup Organization and Ernst & Young , LLC