What is Cultivator's Corner?
Cultivator's Corner is a virtual community that provides both professional and personal transformation. The Corner's primary goal is to provide a virtual safe space for leaders to explore ways to manage change without losing sight of their own vision. Change can be paralyzing and frustrating, but as an accomplished exec, you don't have time to stand still. You desire more. You deserve more. And Cultivator's Corner will help you unleash your potential so you can accomplish your goals.
Cultivator's Corner offers professional development courses, monthly power strategy sessions, (Cultivator's Circle), quarterly Mastery Series, all virtually, connecting you to tools, resources, and other thought leaders from the comforts and convenience of your office or home.
Join Cultivator's Circle
Connect with leaders from around the world (monthly) by joining Cultivator's Circle. Hosted by Angela R. Garmon, CEO and Business Strategist of ARG Coaching & Consulting Group. The Circle is a community of innovative thought leaders who share ideas, expand visions, and hold each other accountable as we navigate this ever-changing world.
Reinforce your resilience and confidence as you lead others through change.
ARG'S Social Responsibility:
Giving back is important to Angela, ARG's founder. By joining Cultivator's Circle, you are also contributing to something far greater. A portion of the proceeds from Cultivator's Circle will go to support three foundations: ARG Cultivators Community our 501(c)3 that fosters business development for emerging women business owners, Women Enterprise Foundation (WEF), and the American Cancer Society.
To show up at our best, we have to have balance in our lives. A part of ARG's mission is to be a conduit through change. As a community, we have to support each other in health and business in order to thrive. There continues to be a disparity gap for women business owners and an even larger one for minority women-owned businesses. The aforementioned foundations strengthen the well being of women in personal and professional ways, ensuring that women have the resources they need to manage what life throws their way.
Angela understands the impact that these organizations can make on the lives of people in the community. Being a women business owner (WBO), WEF supported her with scholarship and grant funds to assist with business development. As a cancer conquerer, she recognizes the importance of organizations like the American Cancer Society and gives back to support others through their cancer journey.