I’m fortunate to have worked for over 20 years at two international market-leading companies, overseeing global organizational/leadership development and human resource functions at an executive level. I’ve spent the last seven years as CEO and owner of Wisconsin’s premier mental wellness/mental health benefit company. During that time, I’ve become a professional speaker, specializing in leadership and mental health topics, as well as a sought-after Executive Coach, which led me to creating my consulting company, Steve Baue, LLC.
My coaching is designed for leaders with a fierce desire to learn and grow, who want an external partner they can trust to offer expertise and hold them accountable. It’s a proven process with clear goals that achieve guaranteed outcomes.Learn More
My keynotes and workshops are authentic, educational, and entertaining with relatable examples and a bit of my signature humor. Participants leave every presentation with tangible tools and a stronger sense of how to be true to themselves, but greater.Learn More
I would strongly recommend Steve as an Executive Coach. He is a careful listener, incredibly effective in helping you see a situation for what it is, and has an innate ability to ask the right questions to help you stay focused on what is most important, not only for yourself, but the company as a whole.
– Rhonda Ivaska
Director of Finance, Wausau Supply Company
[Steve’s] approach allowed me to stay true to my personal values while making my daily behaviors exactly that–behaviors that have now become a natural part of my routine, how I support the team, and how I am leading the firm. I cannot thank Steve enough for his contributions to my development as a successful leader.
– Jeff Pierce
Principal and CEO/President of Wipfli Financial Advisors
I’ve heard many speakers, and Steve stands out in engaging the audience and providing the dose of reality we all need. Steve has an amazing ability to blend content with humor from real-life stories to share ideas to his audience, using his personal experiences to convey straightforward content.
– Chris Kalk
Board Member, United Way Emerging Leaders
As a guy whose title has included “development” for most of his career, it’s a tough call. This idiom makes it a bit simpler to decide.
It took me almost 25 years, but I’ve found a healthier way to frame personal growth.
I’ve found that no matter the company, culture, or decision-makers, these three things always get noticed.
Let’s have a conversation about helping you be you, but greater!