Category: Executive Coaching

Are You a Growth-Oriented or Execution-Oriented CEO?

One question you may want to ask yourself is, “What kind of CEO am I?” My observation over the years is that most CEOs fall into two categories. The first category consists of those that are very growth-oriented, focusing mainly on sales and marketing activities. They find money everywhere. Remember my “Revenue is vanity, profit…

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How Does Impatience Affect Leadership?

Every leader has a behavioral style that defines how they are seen by others. No matter what that behavioral make-up is, you will find that it has positive and negative traits. Some of those negative traits can have a significant impact on one’s ability to lead others. One trait I have found prevalent among people…

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Why Purpose Matters?

The day you start your business, you should place “Purpose” at its forefront. This is a critical issue that fails to get enough attention. Many business owners that are asked, “What is the purpose of your business?” will answer “to make money” (or something similar). You might be thinking, “Isn’t that the purpose of being…

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Executive Coach Helps You Write Your Story

Do you ever wonder what an executive coach does? I get this question all the time. A coach’s job is to help you write your story. What do I mean by this? Whether you want to improve your business, career, or personal circumstances, the coach’s role is to provide a forum and process to help…

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Do Your Team Members Trust You?

Do you believe your entire team trusts you? How do you know? If you could increase their trust level would it increase performance? If you pay attention, you will notice that you expect everyone to trust you all the time while you give only varying degrees of trust to everyone else. Interestingly, your team operates…

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10 Ways Leaders Destroy Employee Motivation

If you are honest, you are probably thinking right now about how to motivate some or many of your employees. Maybe you’ve tried the common quick fixes such as motivational speakers, group outings, training, team-building exercises, changing compensation programs, adjusting organization structure, adjusting the office space, and other such low-impact maneuvers. You may see some…

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