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  A “We” Attitude
by Suzanne Bates - Dec, 2010
I once had an employee who took one of our new folks to a client meeting. When it was over, this veteran insisted they take the afternoon to go shopping and out to lunch. When the new employee raised an eyebrow and said perhaps they should get back to the office, the veteran cajoled her into compliance. ”Don’t worry,” this employee said, “It’s no big deal. You and I deserve this.” Please don’t get me wrong; we all goof...
 
  3 Keys to Leadership Success
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Dec, 2010
I’ve learned over the years that my most effective executive coaching leadership clients know the “why” of what they are passionate in achieving. They get excited in my office telling me inspiring stories of their hopes and struggles. They are optimistic and forward thinking. One of my law firm Managing Partner clients confided in me this week that he was struggling to convince several of the partners on a new strategy for th...
 
  Leadership Character and the Greater Good – Character Matters
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Dec, 2010
My most effective executive coaching leadership clients know the “why” of their business. They are open, optimistic and forward thinking. Emotionally intelligent leaders know that creating a workplace culture and climate where emotions are appropriately expressed increases engagement and productivity. In order for people to be fully engaged and happy, they need to feel they are following leaders who inspire them emotionally....
 
  Change Your Hiring POV to Eliminate 50 Percent of All Hiring Errors
by Lou Adler - Dec, 2010
I have a brilliant nephew — Harvard grad, etc., — who is, shall we say, a bit left of center. He has an executive position in the California state government, which is enough to further pinpoint his political persuasion. While I love him dearly, during the holiday season we have some rather contentious discussions regarding the politics of the moment, given I’m his somewhat right-of-center uncle. While civil, at least in most...
 
  Essential Traits of a Trusted Advisor
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Dec, 2010
Enlightened businesses today hire leadership consultants and executive coaches to help with their leadership development programs. However, increasingly a number of my clients now prefer me to help them in the role of trusted advisor rather than expert consultant. This special partnership based on mutual respect and collaboration produces sustained results. The role of trusted advisor is collaborative, transparent and fierce...
 
  Create a Career Strategy
by Wendy Adams - Dec, 2010
With millions of college graduates entering the legitimate job market within the next year, the main question employers will be asking is, "How skilled and prepared will this workforce be?" Many undergrads will be compelled to stay in school, increasing the school loan burden and attempting to improve their chances of being hired. Without a clear career strategy or focus, however, it is likely that this first "real" job will...
 
  Cleaning Out The Gutters
by Suzanne Bates - Dec, 2010
As I write this I’m gazing (lovingly) out the picture window at my husband on a ladder, cleaning out the gutters. For those of you who live in condos or climates where trees don’t shed, this is an annual fall sport for men. They do it because they ARE men and it makes absolutely no sense to them to pay someone a couple of hundred bucks when they have a ladder, a pair of work gloves, and about an hour and a half between their...
 
  The Trusted Advisor Relationship – Developing Empathy
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Dec, 2010
Enlightened businesses today hire leadership consultants and executive coaches to help with their leadership development programs. However, increasingly a number of my clients now prefer me to help them in the role of trusted advisor rather than expert consultant. This special partnership based on mutual respect and collaboration helps clients achieve desired results. The role of trusted advisor is open, transparent and fier...
 
  Why Executives Hire Coaches?
by Maureen Cullen - Dec, 2010
Most successful people are self-directing and self-managing. They take initiative, they know what they want to achieve, and they have discipline. They have self-knowledge and know their strengths and weaknesses. They have action plans to follow in order to avoid procrastination and keep on track with goals. Then why would successful people seek out the services of a coach? Why do so many executives – who are already in top...
 
  A Checklist for Sourcing and Recruiting Top Talent
by Lou Adler - Dec, 2010
In his book Checklist Manifesto, Atul Gawande contends that good people underperform largely due to errors of ineptitude — not doing what we know needs to be done — rather than errors of ignorance or inability. With this as a backdrop, he goes on to demonstrate that the proper use of checklists can minimize ineptitude-related problems to maximize performance. Using doctors, pilots, and construction managers he shows how to use...
 
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