Exert Visionary Communication Leadership
22 Aug

Exert Visionary Communication Leadership

It’s not the deck of dozens of catchy PowerPoint slides that makes you more qualified than the next person…it’s your original thought leadership. Whether it’s to an audience of one or one thousand people, you are expected to consistently engage and inspire, while you predictably persuade people to say “yes.” That’s when you know your […]

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Dramatically Boost Executive Leadership Presence
14 Mar

Dramatically Boost Executive Leadership Presence

All leaders want to improve their executive presence skills…and that is what their companies want, too. From my experience, speaking almost daily to senior decision makers, I know that boosting your executive presence can completely overhaul your career…and open doors for you all the way to the top. Executive presence, when it is genuine, makes […]

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Leadership Presence Keys to Supercharge Your Career
23 Feb

Leadership Presence Keys to Supercharge Your Career

I have spent my entire career coaching, consulting, and speaking in order to enhance the value of leaders through intentional cultivation of their executive presence. Even before “EP” became a buzzword, I had helped hundreds of leaders leverage it for greater success. But many consultants focus only one or two elements of executive presence, which […]

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Proven Solutions to 3 Huge Leadership Blunders
14 Feb

Proven Solutions to 3 Huge Leadership Blunders

Working in many Fortune 500 companies…and helping them create successful corporate DNA… I’m often referred to as the “career acceleration” coach. That’s because I spend a great deal of time coaching senior-level management or high potentials preparing to move to the next level and into the C-suite. The great thing is that since I am […]

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Are You Ready To Toot Your Leadership Horn?
23 Aug

Are You Ready To Toot Your Leadership Horn?

Most people I’m hired to coach are humble enough that they don’t focus on their own accomplishments, and I respect that. But as a leader it is important to support those you lead in their careers with pride and enthusiasm. The fringe benefit, of course, is that you get credit for their achievements, so embrace […]

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Powerfully Communicate to Engage, Influence, & Persuade
26 Apr

Powerfully Communicate to Engage, Influence, & Persuade

One of the most pervasive obstacles to superior communication success that I have observed is that many people hear the word “persuade” or “sell” and they think that it is a manipulative behavior. Don’t let doubts undermine your communication power, and remember that persuasion is not manipulation. If you believe that you are promoting and […]

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20 Jan

High Performance Leadership Feedback Fuel

Today’s leaders are hired not just to manage people but to coach them and develop their potential. If you can’t do that you probably won’t be promoted. Here’s a case in point: Forward-thinking companies like General Electric and Microsoft are moving away from annual performance reviews. For one thing, they’ve figured out that for feedback […]

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13 Oct

Is Your Career Starved for Feedback?

    Feedback is critical to career success, and if you are not getting the kind of insightful and helpful input or critiques that you need, you may be slowly starving your development. Before you know it your value can wither away as more informed competitors take the right steps to move themselves forward while […]

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Today’s Top Leadership: How to Accelerate to New Heights
06 Oct

Today’s Top Leadership: How to Accelerate to New Heights

  Listen to the podcast       Skill development is a huge area of opportunity. Just as organizations profit by promoting talent from within, you as an individual leader can reap tremendous rewards when you invest in developing your leadership from the inside. The main reason leaders aren’t moving ahead is their lack of […]

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29 Sep

Exude Powerful Presence Leading Influential Meetings

Nowhere is your status and capability as a thought leader more conspicuous than when you stand up to lead a meeting or give a presentation. Unfortunately, most people enter these situations unprepared to take advantage of this kind of golden opportunity. Instead of exuding outstanding executive presence they do just the opposite and shoot themselves […]

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