Leverage Passion into Profit

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March 5, 2015
Leverage Passion into Profit

Everyone knows that if you do what you love you will find your career more rewarding, and you’ll likely find more success. But too often what we start out wanting to do in life changes. Our curiosity wanes. We lose interest or that feeling that we are fulfilling a greater purpose with deeper meaning. Then…

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Coaching to Aggressively Mine Top Leadership Value

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January 27, 2015
Coaching to Aggressively Mine Top Leadership Value

If you want to be viewed as an exceptionally gifted leader, here’s a tip. Just focus on ways to take what you’ve been handed and make it more valuable. Take what looks like a chunk of dull stone and expose the right characteristics while polishing the various facets. Voila! You can transform a diamond in…

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Women Leaders are Seizing Positive Power Today

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January 13, 2015
Women Leaders are Seizing Positive Power Today

Any woman in a leadership role understands the unique challenges that we women leaders face in today’s fiercely competitive business world. But if you take a moment to reflect on how far we’ve come – and where we stand today – it may give you a boost of confidence and a radiant glow of pride!…

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Finding the Courage Within to Advance Your Life

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October 28, 2014
Finding the Courage Within to Advance Your Life

In these uncertain times many otherwise powerful professionals are becoming paralyzed by fears and insecurities. They want to overcome the challenges to their executive presence, their leadership brand, their professional image, and the advancement of their career. But to get to where they want to be requires a level of courage that they haven’t yet…

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6 Ways to Expand Your Leadership & Experience Greater Career Velocity

September 30, 2014
6 Ways to Expand Your Leadership & Experience Greater Career Velocity

Companies hate to see valuable human resources not being utilized to the optimum degree. So any organization will give extra leadership responsibility to anyone who demonstrates that they are ready to handle it. #1 Expand Your Capability That’s why the trick to ensuring your predictable promotion is to develop your leadership skills beyond your current…

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4 Ways to Leverage Executive Presence Into Positive Change

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September 16, 2014
4 Ways to Leverage Executive Presence Into Positive Change

Real leadership means being a positive change agent for your organization. To exude that kind of contagious and persuasive influence it takes a well-defined and developed executive presence. A huge component of that is intentionally cultivated emotional intelligence. Here are four ways to continually raise your emotional I.Q. and utilize your executive presence as a…

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Shopping for the Magic Pill for Fast Promotion?

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July 29, 2014
Shopping for the Magic Pill for Fast Promotion?

I have watched many smart and talented people get nowhere because they spent their most critical “prime time” looking for some easy fix. But there is no cakewalk to greatness. Exit the Comfort Zone It’s easy to rationalize, “I can’t afford to hire a private coach” or “I need to wait until I have a…

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Acquiring the Emotional Intelligence of Executive Presence

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July 8, 2014
Acquiring the Emotional Intelligence of Executive Presence

Emotional intelligence is basically measured by taking an inventory of your genuinely empathic people skills. Do you know how to accurately interpret body language or consistently engage audiences when making a presentation or giving a speech? Are you poised under pressure, controlling your own mindset and range of emotions? Does walking into the board room…

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Look and Act the Part You Want

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June 17, 2014
Look and Act the Part You Want

According to a recent study conducted by the Center for Work-Life Policy, a major think tank based in New York, one of the keys to executive presence is to act the part. The research found that those who demonstrate perceptible executive presence act confident, decisive, assertive, and strategic. Does that sound like you? Go from…

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