What Our Clients are saying

I have worked directly with Jason in my role as CEO at TOLMAR. He has worked closely with me and my team to identify our strengths and weaknesses. He has been an effective facilitator for us as we navigate our growth as a company and helped us in putting together action plans that we can execute on. Jason is a patient listener and good at asking questions in order to foster healthy discussions to assist in our growth as individuals and as a team. I would recommend Jason to any company looking to improve their leaders and leadership vision.
— Mike Duncan, CEO at Tolmar
It is a gift to leave an hour and feel more confident, capable and ready to take on the challenges of leadership- this is the experience I have after being coached by Sequoia Leadership Group. Each session I feel empowered to think outside of the box and creatively design an action plan for improvement. I have no doubt that some positive results I have seen in my organization are directly linked to my coaching work.
— Kory Thomas, MPH, Assistant Director at University of Colorado, Denver
Jason is a unique ally in my ongoing growth as a CEO. He has a clear method for helping me generate actual results at work, and his credentials through International Coach Federation to back up his process. I choose to start every week on the phone with Jason to envision the near-term steps that help me execute my vision for my work. He has a knack for the perfectly-timed questions that help me uncover new insights and answer the deepest questions I can be asking myself.
— Jason Lankow, Cofounder at Column Five
Abigail is a talented leadership coach. She is a skillful listener who creates space for exploration and learning, while also staying focused. Abigail brings warmth, thoughtfulness, commitment and professionalism to her coaching practice and her passion for working alongside others is evident.
— Susan Murphy, Global Non-Profit Executive
Sequoia Leadership Group was awesome throughout the process of preparing to work with our staff, identifying what sort of things the staff would specifically benefit from and which activity or teaching methods might connect best with them. Our staff  was engaged throughout the presentation and the content was very relatable.
— Amy Gooch, Resident Director at Colorado State University