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7 Key Traits of Outstanding Executive Coaches

Like athletes, business leaders and CEOs need coaches to be successful. When you reach a certain level in your career, objective insight is hard to come by, and fewer people are willing to give you their feedback. However, executives can leverage constructive observations given by executive coaches to learn and grow in their roles. Especially […]

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7 Ways Executive Coaching Can Help Your Company

Many executives today are looking for new ways to enhance and manage their business. If you or your business are interested in learning about the benefits of executive coaching, there are many programs to choose from. The first step is to find one that fits your needs, personality, and goals. One benefit of executive coaching […]

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Anxiety in the Workplace

If you are an anxious person, then this situation would seem familiar: you are at work, concentrating only on your work, when suddenly anxiety begins to creep into your consciousness. Whether you are worrying about something major, such as a looming deadline, or simply have a vague sense of fear, you may be saying to […]

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Executive Coach – 8 Reasons Why You Should Work with one in 2020

In recent years, executive coaching has grown from being a practice perceived with curious skepticism to a billion-dollar industry. Many of the world’s biggest companies including Google and Goldman Sachs invest in an executive coach for their upper management. But despite its rising popularity, there are still many people in leadership positions who are unfamiliar […]

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Imposter Syndrome Only Affects the Successful

“im·pos·tor syn·drome   noun noun: imposter syndrome the persistent inability to believe that one’s success is deserved or has been legitimately achieved as a result of one’s own efforts or skills.”   Imposter Syndrome is the belief that you are not as good as what other people think you are. It may be an incessant […]

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Geek to Chic

Do you need to become more self-aware? Do you have social anxiety? Do you struggle to “fit in?” My Geek to Chic™ program is for professionals who feel alone when they are in a crowd, struggle to connect and have a desire to learn a better way to work with others.  If so, this program […]

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How To Empower Your Employees

Let’s face it. The working world is changing. More and more jobs are becoming remote, but outside of that, the structure of the workday is also changing and becoming more fluid. Along with these changes come challenges for those in leadership positions. How do you, as a leader, adapt to the changing workforce? Furthermore, how […]

Business, Career Advice, Leadership, Motivation

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FREEBIE: Top 4 Reasons Your Team is Unmotivated

Summertime blues are beginning to roll in as your team realizes that they’re going to spend much of their summer working inside, rather than being outside enjoying the beautiful weather. If you think this is the reason you’re starting to feel like your team is unmotivated, you may be right. On the other hand, an […]

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New Leader + Team Assimilation

What problems does this program solve? All new leaders and their teams have a learning curve. This program accelerates that learning curve by as much as six months through team participation, shared experiences and insights, and group learning. This program leads to shared understanding and self-actualization for all participants, and ultimately increases success and support […]

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5 reasons working is good for you (and it’s not just about the paycheck)

It’s not uncommon to hear people talk about work like its all drudge and not much else. But popular studies reveal that nearly 87% of Americans actually enjoy most, if not all, aspects of their work. Part of the reason work may get a bad rap is that for many, people the typical 40-hour workweek […]

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