Who is Coach Krumpak?

White Glove Leadership CultivationTM is Better

Traditional leadership development programs are not effective.

Programs that were designed in the past are already irrelevant, stale, and outdated. These programs assume all leaders have the same developmental gaps and that each leader learns in the same way. These programs, by design, can not be fully customized to provide exploration and discovery around what is most critical and timely for right this second.

If this is what you are doing. Stop it!

Not only does it take too long to see the desired results, but it’s also a waste of your time and money.

White Glove Leadership Cultivation is a fully immersive experience that is fully customized and optimized to each leader and maximizes your return on investment. Don’t follow the rest, do something that will help you Become Your Better Best!

Catalyst+ is our unique White Glove Leadership Cultivation Solution. We start with qualitative and quantitative assessments and design our solution to support your specific needs and challenges. Together we will build a learning and coaching program that is custom designed for you. Catalyst also provides you with assessments to measure your success. White Glove Leadership Cultivation results in up to eight times the impact of traditional leadership development programs.

Has an ROI of up to 800%

Is always current and relevant

Is deeply customized

Provides flexibility
one-on-one support
and accountability
Yields fast
and sustainable results

Our Services

White Glove Leadership Cultivation

The White Glove Leadership Cultivation Experience is for high-potential (HIPO) Top-Talent Leaders. The experience begins with a myriad of assessments that determine core strengths and improvement opportunities. Potential strengths and possible derailers are identified.

Coaching

Become Your Better Best! with Coaching. Coaching partnerships overcome obstacles, accelerate career development and promotability, prepare for career changes, build better relationships, or increase productivity and satisfaction Achieve More and Get Better Results.

Consulting & Onsites

Our Consulting Solutions include a trilogy of Consulting, Instructional Design, and Delivery. Our approach removes barriers, uncovers possibilities, and helps you to build engaging and customized top-quality learning solutions that drive change and deliver results. Cultivate leadership in your organization with focus and precision.

About L4 Learning Solutions

L4 Learning Solutions is a Leadership Cultivation Firm serving the world. We offer highly customized and impactful learning solutions fueled by decades of intellectual horsepower from Ph.D. and Masters-level business experts and PCC (Professional Certified Coach) Coaches. We are known for our warm and approachable demeanor and our ability to build trust and rapport with our global clients while exceeding clients’ expectations on their return on investment (ROI). We offer an impressive portfolio of experiences and certifications bundled around Talent Management, Organizational Development, and most importantly, Leadership Transformation.

  • Award-Winning Ph.D. & Masters-Level HR Support Team
  • Success with Fortune 500 & Top Global Brands
  • Specialize in Modern Leadership Cultivation
  • International Coaching Federation (ICF) Certified Coaches
  • Top-Tier Human Resources Graduate Professor Team
  • Certified: Hogan Assessments, DDi, & Korn Ferry
  • Quantitative and Qualitative Researchers
  • Capitalize Qualitative Researchers
  • Organizational Development (OD)

Testimonails

Our Wheelhouse

@coachkrumpak
  • Happy halloween!!
  • Got the new booster today!

#covidvacccine
  • I am incredibly grateful, humbled, and appreciative to be recognized as the  Best Americas Coach Bronze Winner for 2023, for the second consecutive year!

I extend my heartfelt thanks to all those who nominated, voted, supported, and encouraged me throughout this journey.  Thank you to Philip Cohen, MCC and Paulette Rao, MCC, BCC as well as the ICF South Florida Charter Chapter for their mentoring, guidance, encouragement and inspiration and support.

I wake up every morning feeling incredibly blessed and fortunate to do what I truly love – coaching and cultivating leaders. This award serves as the the cherry on top which is nice to further affirm my passion and dedication.

I would like to express my sincere gratitude to the esteemed panel of judges this year, including the globally renowned Marcia Reynolds, PsyD, MCC, whose invaluable inspiration has greatly impacted my coaching and career.

Thanks to all those nominees and winners.  I'm honored to be part of the CoachAwards nominees and to stand in your presence. 

I want to give a heartfelt shoutout and express my deepest gratitude all to my incredible clients. It's your unwavering dedication and tireless efforts and commitment to excellence that make this all worthwhile. I find myself learning valuable lessons from you each and every day, and I truly cherish our partnership. Thank you for being amazing!

Once again, thank you from the bottom of my heart for this incredible honor. I look forward to continuing to hopefully inspire and empower others in their leadership and career journeys.

Thank you to all who support and value our coaching profession.

#coaching #leadershipcoaching #career #ICF #gratitude #CoachKrumpak
  • In the name of love... we have to drive results. 💪 And we can't do that with Sugar Coated Conversations.  In today's leadership realm, I see a pressing need to foster an environment of openness and directness, even when it might feel uncomfortable for us and our employees. 😅

We as leaders need to become more comfortable with being uncomfortable. 🤔 And our employees need to realize that if we make them uncomfortable, it might actually be a good thing AND there is a way to still maintain a psychologically safe environment. 🧠✨

I see many managers sugar-coating, and it just delays the inevitable - AND can make things worse. 🍬🚫

Look, I'm not saying we shouldn't be polite, but I think sometimes we dial politeness up too much. 👔 We must dial down the traditional confines of politeness for more substantive, courageous conversations - by avoiding Cowardly Conversations. 🙊👎

This isn't about being confrontational, arrogant, or pushy - but rather it's about embracing a leadership style that prioritizes honesty, empathy, and understanding. 🤝 It has to be done in a healthy way, but at times, might make your employee feel uncomfortable. But this discomfort can be healthy and it can lead to amazing things. 🌱💫

Being direct does not negate the need to be friendly. Quite the contrary, the friendliness here lies in our willingness to support our team members through difficult situations with difficult conversations. 👥💬

As leaders, we might consider creating a welcoming atmosphere that encourages dialogue, fosters mutual respect, and nurtures a sense of belonging - but in a productive way, that at times, might be a little uncomfortable. 🧘‍♂️💡
In my role as a coach, I've witnessed the transformative power of asking the right, but often tough questions. It's not merely about obtaining information; it's about sparking introspection, challenging assumptions, and eliciting self-awareness. 🌟🔍

It's about exploring, not invading, motivating, not coercing. It's about understanding, not interrogating, inspiring, not criticizing. 🚀 But it takes work, and it takes courage. 💼🦁

#leadership #pcc #coaching #conflictresolution #professionaldevelopment #coachkrumpak
  • Morning coffee at the beach. Wearing my Holy shirt. 

#rehobothbeach #coachkrumpak #labordayweekend
  • Rehoboth Beach, DE for the weekend.
  • Say cheese Brody.
  • Mexican writing week continues...

Wring a new chapter today for my forthcoming book 
 "Why Smart Leaders Do Stupid Things:  Lessons Learned from Lousy Leasers."

Researching Billy McFarland and the FYRE Festival for lessons we can learn....lots of lessons there...

#author #leadershipdevelopment #lessons #career #coach #leadership #leadershipdevelopment
  • Today marks my second day in paradise, secluded on a private beach in Mexico, completely engrossed in writing my book. 📚 Despite the rain brought by Hurricane Hillary yesterday, I took the time to reflect on the order of my chapters and the valuable lessons imparted by the many leaders I've had the privilege to work with.

Interestingly, over 97% of people who start writing a book never finish. As a coach, I help people overcome their fears, push through transformation, and navigate the challenges that arise on their journey to success. I strive to be a role model in the same way, but I won't deny that it can be tough.

We all get stuck in our $hit.

As an author, I feel the weight of trying to craft the perfect story in the perfect order. However, I'm pushing myself to move past that mindset. "Just write, Michael. Don't edit, and don't spell check. Just write." Easier said than done, but I'm already eight months into this project, and I need to pause and appreciate the progress I've made, even when my inner perfectionist tries to stress me out. But it's getting better. I say to myself, "I am a successful author."

🌅 Every day is a fresh start, and I'm grateful to be able to share my stories and the experiences of those who have faced the hardships of working with ineffective leaders. In these stories, we can all find hope, healing, and inspiration to become better, more authentic leaders and individuals. To assist in my writing process, I rely on the online tool Scrivener to refine and reorganize my work, incorporating writing, citations, and useful links. It's been a helpful tool. 💻

During this period of self-discovery, I've come to realize the importance of sharing my thoughts on LinkedIn and maintaining consistency. 

You can see more on linkedin, and link in bio to get there.

#coaching #coachkrumpak #lessonslearnedfromlousyleaders #author #leadership #leadershipdevelopment #pcc #career
Happy halloween!!
Happy halloween!!
1 month ago
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Got the new booster today!

#covidvacccine
Got the new booster today! #covidvacccine
2 months ago
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2/9
I am incredibly grateful, humbled, and appreciative to be recognized as the  Best Americas Coach Bronze Winner for 2023, for the second consecutive year!

I extend my heartfelt thanks to all those who nominated, voted, supported, and encouraged me throughout this journey.  Thank you to Philip Cohen, MCC and Paulette Rao, MCC, BCC as well as the ICF South Florida Charter Chapter for their mentoring, guidance, encouragement and inspiration and support.

I wake up every morning feeling incredibly blessed and fortunate to do what I truly love – coaching and cultivating leaders. This award serves as the the cherry on top which is nice to further affirm my passion and dedication.

I would like to express my sincere gratitude to the esteemed panel of judges this year, including the globally renowned Marcia Reynolds, PsyD, MCC, whose invaluable inspiration has greatly impacted my coaching and career.

Thanks to all those nominees and winners.  I'm honored to be part of the CoachAwards nominees and to stand in your presence. 

I want to give a heartfelt shoutout and express my deepest gratitude all to my incredible clients. It's your unwavering dedication and tireless efforts and commitment to excellence that make this all worthwhile. I find myself learning valuable lessons from you each and every day, and I truly cherish our partnership. Thank you for being amazing!

Once again, thank you from the bottom of my heart for this incredible honor. I look forward to continuing to hopefully inspire and empower others in their leadership and career journeys.

Thank you to all who support and value our coaching profession.

#coaching #leadershipcoaching #career #ICF #gratitude #CoachKrumpak
I am incredibly grateful, humbled, and appreciative to be recognized as the Best Americas Coach Bronze Winner for 2023, for the second consecutive year! I extend my heartfelt thanks to all those who nominated, voted, supported, and encouraged me throughout this journey. Thank you to Philip Cohen, MCC and Paulette Rao, MCC, BCC as well as the ICF South Florida Charter Chapter for their mentoring, guidance, encouragement and inspiration and support. I wake up every morning feeling incredibly blessed and fortunate to do what I truly love – coaching and cultivating leaders. This award serves as the the cherry on top which is nice to further affirm my passion and dedication. I would like to express my sincere gratitude to the esteemed panel of judges this year, including the globally renowned Marcia Reynolds, PsyD, MCC, whose invaluable inspiration has greatly impacted my coaching and career. Thanks to all those nominees and winners. I'm honored to be part of the CoachAwards nominees and to stand in your presence. I want to give a heartfelt shoutout and express my deepest gratitude all to my incredible clients. It's your unwavering dedication and tireless efforts and commitment to excellence that make this all worthwhile. I find myself learning valuable lessons from you each and every day, and I truly cherish our partnership. Thank you for being amazing! Once again, thank you from the bottom of my heart for this incredible honor. I look forward to continuing to hopefully inspire and empower others in their leadership and career journeys. Thank you to all who support and value our coaching profession. #coaching #leadershipcoaching #career #ICF #gratitude #CoachKrumpak
2 months ago
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In the name of love... we have to drive results. 💪 And we can't do that with Sugar Coated Conversations.  In today's leadership realm, I see a pressing need to foster an environment of openness and directness, even when it might feel uncomfortable for us and our employees. 😅

We as leaders need to become more comfortable with being uncomfortable. 🤔 And our employees need to realize that if we make them uncomfortable, it might actually be a good thing AND there is a way to still maintain a psychologically safe environment. 🧠✨

I see many managers sugar-coating, and it just delays the inevitable - AND can make things worse. 🍬🚫

Look, I'm not saying we shouldn't be polite, but I think sometimes we dial politeness up too much. 👔 We must dial down the traditional confines of politeness for more substantive, courageous conversations - by avoiding Cowardly Conversations. 🙊👎

This isn't about being confrontational, arrogant, or pushy - but rather it's about embracing a leadership style that prioritizes honesty, empathy, and understanding. 🤝 It has to be done in a healthy way, but at times, might make your employee feel uncomfortable. But this discomfort can be healthy and it can lead to amazing things. 🌱💫

Being direct does not negate the need to be friendly. Quite the contrary, the friendliness here lies in our willingness to support our team members through difficult situations with difficult conversations. 👥💬

As leaders, we might consider creating a welcoming atmosphere that encourages dialogue, fosters mutual respect, and nurtures a sense of belonging - but in a productive way, that at times, might be a little uncomfortable. 🧘‍♂️💡
In my role as a coach, I've witnessed the transformative power of asking the right, but often tough questions. It's not merely about obtaining information; it's about sparking introspection, challenging assumptions, and eliciting self-awareness. 🌟🔍

It's about exploring, not invading, motivating, not coercing. It's about understanding, not interrogating, inspiring, not criticizing. 🚀 But it takes work, and it takes courage. 💼🦁

#leadership #pcc #coaching #conflictresolution #professionaldevelopment #coachkrumpak
In the name of love... we have to drive results. 💪 And we can't do that with Sugar Coated Conversations. In today's leadership realm, I see a pressing need to foster an environment of openness and directness, even when it might feel uncomfortable for us and our employees. 😅 We as leaders need to become more comfortable with being uncomfortable. 🤔 And our employees need to realize that if we make them uncomfortable, it might actually be a good thing AND there is a way to still maintain a psychologically safe environment. 🧠✨ I see many managers sugar-coating, and it just delays the inevitable - AND can make things worse. 🍬🚫 Look, I'm not saying we shouldn't be polite, but I think sometimes we dial politeness up too much. 👔 We must dial down the traditional confines of politeness for more substantive, courageous conversations - by avoiding Cowardly Conversations. 🙊👎 This isn't about being confrontational, arrogant, or pushy - but rather it's about embracing a leadership style that prioritizes honesty, empathy, and understanding. 🤝 It has to be done in a healthy way, but at times, might make your employee feel uncomfortable. But this discomfort can be healthy and it can lead to amazing things. 🌱💫 Being direct does not negate the need to be friendly. Quite the contrary, the friendliness here lies in our willingness to support our team members through difficult situations with difficult conversations. 👥💬 As leaders, we might consider creating a welcoming atmosphere that encourages dialogue, fosters mutual respect, and nurtures a sense of belonging - but in a productive way, that at times, might be a little uncomfortable. 🧘‍♂️💡 In my role as a coach, I've witnessed the transformative power of asking the right, but often tough questions. It's not merely about obtaining information; it's about sparking introspection, challenging assumptions, and eliciting self-awareness. 🌟🔍 It's about exploring, not invading, motivating, not coercing. It's about understanding, not interrogating, inspiring, not criticizing. 🚀 But it takes work, and it takes courage. 💼🦁 #leadership #pcc #coaching #conflictresolution #professionaldevelopment #coachkrumpak
3 months ago
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Morning coffee at the beach. Wearing my Holy shirt. 

#rehobothbeach #coachkrumpak #labordayweekend
Morning coffee at the beach. Wearing my Holy shirt. #rehobothbeach #coachkrumpak #labordayweekend
3 months ago
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Rehoboth Beach, DE for the weekend.
Rehoboth Beach, DE for the weekend.
3 months ago
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6/9
Say cheese Brody.
Say cheese Brody.
Say cheese Brody.
Say cheese Brody.
3 months ago
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7/9
Mexican writing week continues...

Wring a new chapter today for my forthcoming book 
 "Why Smart Leaders Do Stupid Things:  Lessons Learned from Lousy Leasers."

Researching Billy McFarland and the FYRE Festival for lessons we can learn....lots of lessons there...

#author #leadershipdevelopment #lessons #career #coach #leadership #leadershipdevelopment
Mexican writing week continues... Wring a new chapter today for my forthcoming book "Why Smart Leaders Do Stupid Things: Lessons Learned from Lousy Leasers." Researching Billy McFarland and the FYRE Festival for lessons we can learn....lots of lessons there... #author #leadershipdevelopment #lessons #career #coach #leadership #leadershipdevelopment
3 months ago
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8/9
Today marks my second day in paradise, secluded on a private beach in Mexico, completely engrossed in writing my book. 📚 Despite the rain brought by Hurricane Hillary yesterday, I took the time to reflect on the order of my chapters and the valuable lessons imparted by the many leaders I've had the privilege to work with.

Interestingly, over 97% of people who start writing a book never finish. As a coach, I help people overcome their fears, push through transformation, and navigate the challenges that arise on their journey to success. I strive to be a role model in the same way, but I won't deny that it can be tough.

We all get stuck in our $hit.

As an author, I feel the weight of trying to craft the perfect story in the perfect order. However, I'm pushing myself to move past that mindset. "Just write, Michael. Don't edit, and don't spell check. Just write." Easier said than done, but I'm already eight months into this project, and I need to pause and appreciate the progress I've made, even when my inner perfectionist tries to stress me out. But it's getting better. I say to myself, "I am a successful author."

🌅 Every day is a fresh start, and I'm grateful to be able to share my stories and the experiences of those who have faced the hardships of working with ineffective leaders. In these stories, we can all find hope, healing, and inspiration to become better, more authentic leaders and individuals. To assist in my writing process, I rely on the online tool Scrivener to refine and reorganize my work, incorporating writing, citations, and useful links. It's been a helpful tool. 💻

During this period of self-discovery, I've come to realize the importance of sharing my thoughts on LinkedIn and maintaining consistency. 

You can see more on linkedin, and link in bio to get there.

#coaching #coachkrumpak #lessonslearnedfromlousyleaders #author #leadership #leadershipdevelopment #pcc #career
Today marks my second day in paradise, secluded on a private beach in Mexico, completely engrossed in writing my book. 📚 Despite the rain brought by Hurricane Hillary yesterday, I took the time to reflect on the order of my chapters and the valuable lessons imparted by the many leaders I've had the privilege to work with. Interestingly, over 97% of people who start writing a book never finish. As a coach, I help people overcome their fears, push through transformation, and navigate the challenges that arise on their journey to success. I strive to be a role model in the same way, but I won't deny that it can be tough. We all get stuck in our $hit. As an author, I feel the weight of trying to craft the perfect story in the perfect order. However, I'm pushing myself to move past that mindset. "Just write, Michael. Don't edit, and don't spell check. Just write." Easier said than done, but I'm already eight months into this project, and I need to pause and appreciate the progress I've made, even when my inner perfectionist tries to stress me out. But it's getting better. I say to myself, "I am a successful author." 🌅 Every day is a fresh start, and I'm grateful to be able to share my stories and the experiences of those who have faced the hardships of working with ineffective leaders. In these stories, we can all find hope, healing, and inspiration to become better, more authentic leaders and individuals. To assist in my writing process, I rely on the online tool Scrivener to refine and reorganize my work, incorporating writing, citations, and useful links. It's been a helpful tool. 💻 During this period of self-discovery, I've come to realize the importance of sharing my thoughts on LinkedIn and maintaining consistency. You can see more on linkedin, and link in bio to get there. #coaching #coachkrumpak #lessonslearnedfromlousyleaders #author #leadership #leadershipdevelopment #pcc #career
4 months ago
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