Wise ConferenceHi there! We’re Barton and Megan Cutter.

When was the last interaction that left you looking at the world
in a completely new light?

Wouldn’t it be amazing for your own leadership to and leave others with that same transformative feeling?

Take a moment to think about it.

Words, action, and presence all have the potential to empower and dis-empower others, whether they are our co-workers, potential clients or neighbors.

 

Here’s the Deal:

What we say does matter, and how we say it matters even more.

With so much chatter out there, it’s important to know how to show up and connect with those who share your passion to make the ripples out in the world that envision.

Whether through organizational consulting, team and individual coaching, speaking, or group workshops, we will reveal a world of new possibilities, to give you the tools to bring out the best in your professional partnerships.

Not only do we offer we work hands-on to provide clients with experiential learning opportunities, and leadership development, we also provide exceptional program design and content development services.

Our inclusive leadership coaching and workshops unveils the tools you need to empower every relationship with impeccable clarity, communication, and action.

Potential clients don’t just want to know about your services any more, they want to know about you. Everyone has challenges they’ve had to overcome to get to where they are. What are yours?

We’ve had experience speaking and leading others in an inclusive environment that values each member of the community, utilizing their strengths and overcoming challenges.

We’ve also had our fair share of challenges.

As an inter-ability couple, we’ve overcome assumptions that Megan is Barton’s caretaker, and that we would never make it, as a couple nor in our business. Yet, through our coaching, consulting, and writing, we inspire others to realize that transformation and success is possible.

Barton Cutter

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At a young age, Barton was told by his college advisor not to apply to college, that with his disability of Cerebral Palsy, it would be too hard.

A disruptor by nature, Barton’s irreverent wit cuts directly to the heart of any issue while illuminating spaciousness within paradox. He is a Certified Professional Co-Active Coach, inclusion expert, and international speaker who provides powerful change agents, organizations, and their teams the essential tools to hone impeccable clarity, unshakable presence, and integrated leadership within the workplace and beyond.
 
With a flair for mind-blowing humor and a tangible passion that touches all he meets, Barton’s field expertise includes 10+ years in development of human capital, inclusive program design, and competency-oriented whole-brain learning.
 
After graduating from The University of Arizona, Barton spear-heading Youth Leaders in Action, an advocacy and leadership program for junior high and high school age youth with disabilities, before going on to serve as the Communications Director and Advocacy Development Ambassador for The North Carolina Council on Developmental Disabilities. From 2011-2012, he was a monthly columnist for The News & Observer Our Lives Column. 
 
Today, Barton serves as Accessibility Consultant for the Coaches Training Institute while offering leadership development coaching and consulting to organizations and private clients globally.

Megan Cutter

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In elementary school, Megan’s teachers thought her writing between classes was distracting, and took her writing notebooks away from her.

Megan Cutter is a professional editor, writer and social media strategist with over 18 years of experience in the field. Her expertise includes e-marketing campaigns for product and program launches, manuscript and article editing, as well as copy writing for websites, newsletters, magazines, and social media campaigns. In addition, Megan has organized trade shows and event launches for corporations and non-profit organizations.

After 9 years of developing content for corporate public relations campaigns and organizing trade shows, Megan followed her passion launched Cutter's Edge Consulting in 2005 to assist organizations and authors to communicate their stories through writing, the visual arts, or storytelling.

With a BA in English/Creative Writing from Randolph-Macon Woman's College, Megan has focused her writing efforts by organizing local literary events and supporting the local writing community.

Megan has published clips in Natural Awakenings, Empower Magazine, Med Monthly, News & Observer (North Raleigh News), Circa, and Jubilation. Her writing features local community organizations, emphasizes local sustainability, and brings together different communities into common goals.

Together, we speak nationally about perseverance, inclusive leadership, and creating healthy relationships. 



 

In our latest memoir, Ink in the Wheels: Stories to Make Love Roll, we dive into themes of family influences and dynamics, creating external and internal support networks, direct support staff and the balance of care giving, losing faith in one another and ourselves-and finding it again. 

We bring a dynamic passion to our work in helping organizations reach their potential clients, assisting writers in marketing their work, and our service to empower under-served communities.

Intrigued? Want to find out more?

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