RENEÉ ERLICH is an entrepreneur and founder of two multi-million dollar businesses. In 2011, Reneé launched Prosperi Leadership Coaching, an Executive Coaching Practice working one on one with successful leaders helping them define, plan and achieve their personal and professional goals.
Prior to Prosperi, Reneé founded Girlfriend Consulting, a company committed to helping organizations understand and strengthen their corporate cultures. Prior to that, Reneé built two event firms: Star Trax: an event entertainment, product and audio visual firm and pulse220: a corporate event, meeting planning and experiential marketing firm working with Fortune 500 companies.
Reneé is one of Crain’s Detroit Business’s “40 Under 40” award recipients. She served as the first woman on the board of the Detroit chapter of EO, the Entrepreneurs Organization. Reneé is extremely active in a variety of community boards and committees. She is a graduate of Michigan State University and the International Coaching Academy.
Most importantly, Reneé is on a mission to create space for people to find, design, and generate personal and professional growth.
LEADERSHIP COACHING is a process of self-discovery and transformation. A coach helps you perform sustainably at the highest levels by helping you skillfully manage your physical, emotional and spiritual energy while developing actionable strategies to help you set, plan and achieve your personal and business goals.
Reneé works one-on-one with executives and leaders helping them:
Who in your life has inspired you? I ask this for one reason... because those who have made an impact on your past can help frame your future. My personal story of inspiration is:
I was a very shy child who struggled in school. One day, my 6th grade Spanish teacher asked me to join her musical production called Foreign Festival. She assigned me a role in the Tuba song. Another classmate would play the tuba, and I would sing solo in front of a live audience. She was determined to show me what I didn’t see in myself. Soon after, she recommended I try out for cheerleading. This was ambitious and daunting for a shy child like me. But she encouraged me, believed in me and inspired me.
I became that cheerleader. I cheered throughout high school, became captain of my teams, gained confidence, leadership skills and continue to cheer on my colleagues, teammates, community and family every day.
This is my story of gratitude and inspiration.
My 6th grade Spanish teacher continues to inspire me every day... Her name is Mrs. Prosperi.