Foussier and Lynn have been selected in the Enterprise Technology category for their disruptive approach to executive coaching that Boston-based AceUp brings to the training and professional development market. AceUp offers personalized, one-on-one executive coaching that is scalable, measurable, and impactful. Foussier and Lynn are laser-focused on helping companies address the rapidly evolving nature of work by equipping employees with the power skills they need to manage change, foster collaboration and lead innovation. Boston-based AceUp joins the ranks of other future-of-work enterprises like Catalant Technologies , Predictive Index and Experfy , each of which is also headquartered in Boston.
Foussier and Lynn have been selected to the Enterprise Technology category for their innovative approach to executive coaching that Boston -based AceUp brings to the training and professional development market. Given that Forbes' theme for this year's 30 Under 30 in Enterprise Technology is the future of work, it's no coincidence that AceUp has found a home in this category. Foussier and Lynn are laser-focused on enabling the next generation of leaders to thrive in an environment of constant change. Coaching made all the difference for me in my own professional development, so we are working to extend that tremendous benefit to employees at all levels of the organization and at all stages of their careers. Foussier and Lynn launched AceUp in anticipation of the growing demand for leadership development among the rapidly rising Millennial and Gen Z populations, which will comprise at least 70 percent of the workforce by Their numbers are swelling at a time when executive leadership is acknowledging that power skills such as adaptability, time management, communication and collaboration, are in short supply and of greatest need. The recent IBM report, The enterprise guide to closing the skills gap, underscores this new perspective: Power skills now dominate the list of core competencies that global executives seek in employees, supplanting technical skills for the first time.