1-25 employees
Seed
B2B
eCommerce & Marketplaces
EdTech
SaaS

Ace-Up Company Overview

Based out of the Harvard Innovation Launch Lab, Ace-Up aims to close the skill gap between where employees are and where they want to be, to grow personally and thrive professionally. Our online marketplace & SaaS platform provides a central location to find high-quality, vetted professional coaches and engage with specialized coaching programs within a structured, accountable framework. This hybrid solution between one-on-one coaching and technology-enabled learning ensures commitment and accountability, while offering a lasting learning experience to our users.

Jobs at Ace-Up

 
1 Jobs Listed
Boston
ACE-UP offers quality customized on-demand coaching programs to develop the skills that make better leaders. Based out of the Harvard Innovation Labs in Boston, Ace-up was founded by two Harvard & MIT alumni who wanted to make talent management simple and provide effective solutions for companies to attract, retain, and grow high-potential employees. With Ace-up, businesses and individuals can: Access a vetted network of 100+ professional coaches specialized in executive management, leadership, development, sales, screening and hiring, and communication Customize coaching and...
Sales & Business Development
114 Western Ave #100
Boston, MA 02134

At Ace-Up, our company values are the keystone of our culture and our success. Every single day, everyone in our team is committed to :

  • Empowering People

  • Always Learning & Growing

  • Be open-Minded & Tolerant

  • Embrace Adversity & Drive Postitive Change

 

 

 

Blog

August 16, 2018
Wouldn’t you want to be excited to wake up on Monday morning to go to work? We all want that! We want and deserve meaningful work where we feel valued and where our talents and strengths are being maximized. However, this meaningful work can be so hard to find, and for those of us who find it, really scary to pursue....
August 14, 2018
One of the most common questions I hear from frustrated leaders regarding their teams who work in Agile frameworks, such as Scrum or Kanban, is that leaders feel: They no longer have insights into what their teams are doing. They no longer can ask what their teams are working on (teams must be protected from outside interference, including management). Teams are given full freedom to deliver what they want, when they feel like it, and how they want to. ...
August 7, 2018
Most successful people have long track records of high performance – whether it’s attending a prestigious college, achieving high grades and multiple degrees, excelling in their technical or functional areas of expertise, and progressing rapidly in organizations. The key to this success is often having the right answers at the right time. We’re conditioned to be the “smartest” person in the room, to have answers to complex problems, and to make sure everyone knows we have t...
July 27, 2018
When I was a consultant at Sundridge Park Management Centre in the UK, Chris Bonington came to speak to several groups about Leadership. He would use his experiences as a mountaineer as anecdotes on how to lead, especially in times of challenge and difficulty. At that time, he focused on the importance of the leader working with his team....