Ways to Optimize Leadership Presence & Value Today
23 Apr

Ways to Optimize Leadership Presence & Value Today

One of my areas of expertise is helping high-level leaders in Fortune 100 companies. By elevating their leadership presence I am able to give them a springboard right into a senior management position or even the C-Suite. The higher you rise up in the leadership ranks, the more vital your magnetic presence becomes. A few […]

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To Boost Your Career, Dramatically Boost Leadership Growth
12 Mar

To Boost Your Career, Dramatically Boost Leadership Growth

When I’m working with a senior-level client that I’m grooming to achieve a Predictable Promotion®, we start with personal growth. You have to rid yourself of old burdens and baggage in the form of belief systems that hold you back. Those aren’t apparent to us, otherwise we’d have fixed them long ago. But as the […]

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Follow My Leadership Success Resolution to Not Make Any
03 Jan

Follow My Leadership Success Resolution to Not Make Any

Here’s a an easy but highly effective New Year’s resolution for you. Start the year off without making any. While many people will begin 2019 with New Year’s resolutions, I gave up making those years ago. Did you know that 80% of the ones people make are broken within the first month? That leaves them […]

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Boost Valuable Leadership Brand During Performance Reviews
09 Jan

Boost Valuable Leadership Brand During Performance Reviews

As many organizations begin closing out the fiscal year, leaders will be asked to write a performance recap. This is a great opportunity for you to proactively showcase your accomplishments and elevate your leadership brand. Boast about your team, and how it contributed to the organization. Engage in a meaningful dialogue with your boss about […]

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Key Leadership Strategies to Deploy Upon Promotion
08 Aug

Key Leadership Strategies to Deploy Upon Promotion

I’m sure you have observed how, at times, someone succeeds at winning a promotion, but then struggles in that position and fails to lead with influence. The strategies that worked in their former position aren’t effective, or the team dynamics lack synergy. They may hunker down in their office, unable to shoulder the new responsibility, […]

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