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Excellent Executive Coaching: Growing Your Business and Enhancing Your Craft.

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Excellent Executive Coaching podcast will examples of leadership coaching issues and challenges. Excellent Executive Coaching will provide leadership coaching tips, strategies and resources that can resolve leadership issues. Subscribe today to learn about coaching top global leaders and their trials and successes. The Excellent Executive Coaching podcast is a platform of discussion and a source of knowledge sharing between professional coaches and leaders. It promotes continued education for executive coaches and leaders around the world. This podcast is mostly devoted to personal development and leadership coaching. The host is Dr. Katrina Burrus. She is a First Master Certified Coach from the International Coaching Federation in Switzerland and founding Board Member for ICF Switzerland. She has served as an adjunct professor to several universities and speaks around the world on the topics of leadership coaching and Global Nomadic leadership and has been working as an executive coach for global leaders since 1994.
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EEC 319: How to Be More Productive and Prioritize What Matters Most to You, with Gerald Leonard

Gerald J. Leonard, is a leading figure who has revolutionized the way we approach maximizing our potential. Gerald is an international Keynote Bassist and Culture Change Expert.  How can you be more productive, and prioritize? How do you figure out what matters most, and how do you schedule your priorities? How can you take time off while getting more done and feeling less stressed? What can you do to become more heart and brain-centered? How do you overcome limiting beliefs? How did you prepare for your TEDx talk? Gerald Leonard Gerald J. Leonard, is a leading figure who has revolutionized the way we approach maximizing our potential. Gerald’s insights have been featured on platforms such as NPR and Jack Canfield’s show, among others. A professional bassist, Gerald J. Leonard offers a unique approach to accomplishing more productivity in the workplace. Gerald is an international Keynote Bassist and Cul
27/02/202422 minutes 8 seconds
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EEC 318: Focus and Align for Sustainable Improvement, with Chad Bareithet

As the owner and principal consultant of Bareither Group Consulting, Chad Bareithet enables organizations for sustainable continuous improvement. Chad partners with his clients to clarify and deploy their strategy, make process improvements to achieve those goals, and establish a system for daily management of the business. Why do most companies not achieve their strategic goals? How should a leader think about starting their continuous improvement journey? How do I identify problems? What is the key to sustaining performance? How do you create a culture of continuous improvement? Chad Bareithet As the owner and principal consultant of Bareither Group Consulting, Chad Bareithet enables organizations for sustainable continuous improvement. Chad partners with his clients to clarify and deploy their strategy, make process improvements to achieve those goals, and establish a system for daily management of the busine
20/02/202424 minutes 44 seconds
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EEC 317: Mastering Multifaceted Marketing, with Casey Fuerst

Casey Fuerst is the owner of Tic Tac Toe Marketing and supports nonprofits and small businesses in creating powerful marketing messages, strategic marketing plans, and impactful marketing materials. How can a company effectively differentiate itself from competitors through branding strategies? What are the essential components of a high-converting website? In the digital age, how can print marketing remain relevant and effective? What are the best practices for building and maintaining a strong social media presence? How can businesses leverage various social platforms? As a marketing consultant, how do you approach helping businesses identify their unique marketing challenges and opportunities? Casey Fuerst Casey Fuerst is the owner of Tic Tac Toe Marketing and supports nonprofits and small businesses in creating powerful marketing messages, strategic marketing plans, and impactful marketing materials. She is
13/02/202419 minutes 14 seconds
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EEC 316: Igniting Your Confidence when Speaking, with Karen Laos

Karen Laos, Communication Expert, and Confidence Cultivator is fiercely committed to her mission of eradicating self-doubt in 10 million women by giving them practical strategies to ask for what they want in the boardroom and beyond. How can you use your voice as a woman leader that radiates confidence and credibility? How can you ask for what you want and get it? Ex. raises in pay, lighter or heavier workload, flexible hours at work. How can I speak with confidence in the boardroom? How can I stop rambling and get to the point? What 9 words should I avoid to sound more confident as a leader? What should I say instead? Karen Laos Karen Laos, Communication Expert, and Confidence Cultivator is fiercely committed to her mission of eradicating self-doubt in 10 million women by giving them practical strategies to ask for what they want in the boardroom and beyond. Coached by her father, Karen first recognized the pow
06/02/202430 minutes 6 seconds
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EEC 315: Executive Coaching in the Age of AI, with Samiur Rahman

Samiur is an AI expert. He has been building artificial intelligence tools for the past decade and is now focused on building AI tools to enhance coaching as the CEO and co-founder of Heyday. Why should coaches be excited about the intersection of coaching and AI? Will AI replace coaches? What challenges will AI create for coaches? How should coaches think about AI and privacy? How should coaches begin experimenting with AI tools? What AI tools are best at helping coaches enhance their work and create more value for clients? Samuir Rahman Samiur is an AI expert. He has been building artificial intelligence tools for the past decade and is now focused on building AI tools to enhance coaching as the CEO and co-founder of Heyday. Excellent Executive Coaching Podcast If you have enjoyed this episode, subscribe to our podcast on <a href= "https://itunes.apple.com/ch/podcast/excellent-executiv
31/01/202426 minutes 1 second
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EEC 314: Trademark or Disappear, with Andrei Mincov

Andrei  Mincov has helped large multi-national companies like Apple, Microsoft, Google, Dreamworks, and Ford, and helped celebrities like J.K. Rowling and Dan Lok. He also has trademarked for individual authors and small business owners. How did you get into trademarks and why? Why are trademarks so important to businesses of all sizes? What, when and where should business owners trademark? What are the biggest mistakes you see around trademarking? What are the most common reasons trademark applications get denied? Andrei Mincov Andrei became an intellectual property lawyer when his father, Mark Minkov, a famous Russian composer, caught a radio station stealing his music to make an ad for Samsung. While still a law student, Andrei took this case all the way up to one level below the Supreme Court of Russia—and won! Andrei helped large multi-national companies like Apple, Microsoft, Google, Dreamworks, and
23/01/202422 minutes 43 seconds
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EEC 313: No Such Thing as Failure, with Stephen Sacks

Stephen worked 30 years in the fashion industry and created a brand that was being sold in over 30 countries generating £30 million a year in revenue before being acquired. What is the number one reason why businesses fail? What was your business experience after Brexit? What is the advantages and disadvantages of Venture Capital? What do you recommend: Equity or debt? What type of grants are available? Stephen Sacks Stephen worked 30 years in the fashion industry and created a brand that was being sold in over 30 countries generating £30 million a year in revenue before being acquired. His furniture business generated millions of pounds of debt and he had no idea how to dig his way out. Wanting to save others from experiencing what he went through, he founded Funding Nav that helps business owners who have more ambition than cash. To date they have provided in excess of £100 million for hundreds of businesses.
16/01/202421 minutes 54 seconds
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EEC 312: Communication Strategies For Leaders To Build A Productive Team, with Alex Morgan

Alex Morgan is a podcast host, speaker and presenter and is currently writing his 4th book, called The Transformative Power of NLP. How can executives handle stress and their anger in high stakes situations? How can leaders communicate with ease so their team can be on the same page? What can leaders do to eliminate turnover? How can leaders create effective meetings? What are the 5 beliefs leaders should have before leading others? Alex Morgan Alex Morgan currently lives in Athens, Greece and is a certified hypnosis instructor with the ICBCH, certified NLP trainer with the ABNLP and NLPEA. He is an author of three books, his latest is called The Transformative Power of Suggestion. Alex is a podcast host, speaker and presenter and is currently writing his 4th book, which will be called The Transformative Power of NLP. Excellent Executive Coaching Podcast If you have enj
09/01/202421 minutes 33 seconds
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EEC 311: How to Get More Out of Your Life and Business, with Dianna Kokoszka

Dianna Kokoszka is an Entrepreneur, Keynote Speaker, Author and Mentor. As an award-winning business leader, she has established herself as a prominent figure in the business world, developing many leaders during her longevity. How does one differentiate between mindset and attitude, and why do you believe the former holds such power in determining our achievements? What can you do to have a positive mindset? Why is it important to put into action a goal you have within 24 hours? You propose to not be hard on yourself. Tell our listeners how you to implement that attitude? You have been training a lot, how do you transition from trainee to a successful leadership coach? You were mentored by John Maxwell, how has that helped you rewrite your story? Dianna Kokoszka Dianna Kokoszka is an Entrepreneur, Keynote Speaker, Author and Mentor. As an award-winning business leader, she has established herself as a
02/01/202419 minutes 36 seconds
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EEC 310: Helping Leaders Conquer Doubt and Build Leadership, with Rico Nasol

Rico Nasol honed his leadership skills at Zappos and continued to refine them as an innovator at Netflix, where he built the Netflix Creative Studio from scratch. Rico believes that anyone can become a successful leader with the right mindset and skills. How did he find success at Fortune 100 companies while being an introvert with imposter syndrome? Why did he believe that leaders are born vs being made? What is his acronym to conquer the imposter syndrome and what does it stand for? How did he build a culture with teams across multiple regions and countries? Rico Nasol Rico Nasol created a 90-day program to help executives, aspiring leaders, and entrepreneurs improve their leadership skills, vision, and team environment while creating more engagement and productivity. He honed his leadership skills at Zappos and continued to refine them as an innovator at Netflix, where he built the Netflix Creative Studio from scratch
26/12/202322 minutes 20 seconds
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EEC 309: Unleashing Potential: By Making Better Decisions Faster with Paul Epstein

Paul Epstein has spent nearly 15 years as a professional sports executive for multiple NFL and NBA teams, a global sports agency, and the NFL league office, where he has broken every premium revenue metric in Super Bowl history, opened a billion-dollar stadium, and founded the San Francisco 49ers Talent Academy, where he became known as the “Why Coach”. What are the common themes elite performers and great leaders have? What is your proven process for confident decision-making? If we could master one thing in life, what would it be? How can people overcome self-doubt, stress, and anxiety when making a big decision? Paul Epstein Paul Epstein has spent nearly 15 years as a professional sports executive for multiple NFL and NBA teams, a global sports agency, and the NFL league office, where he has broken every premium revenue metric in Super Bowl history, opened a billion-dollar stadium, and founded the San Francisco 49ers
19/12/202326 minutes 12 seconds
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EEC 308: Writing Your New Story, with Olivia Smith

Olivia Smith, Transformation Expert, founder of Write a New Story and Master Certified Professional Coach (MCPC), specializes in personal and professional strategies for growth. What was your learning on your career path? What type of risk do you take when you start a non-profit vs a for profit business? Why is knowing yourself your most valuable asset? How can you turn your obstacles in opportunities? What has your certification on trauma brought to your coaching career? Olivia Smith Olivia Smith, Transformation Expert, founder of Write a New Story and Master Certified Professional Coach (MCPC), specializes in personal and professional strategies for growth. Olivia started her career as a Registered Nurse and transitioned to the corporate world. Due to a life-changing volunteer experience at The Tennessee Prison for Women, she shifted her focus to the nonprofit world. She paired her passion for helping those he
12/12/202317 minutes 47 seconds
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EEC 307: The 10 Step Process To Leading High-Integrity, High-Conversion 1-On-1 Sales Calls, with Justin Janowski

Justin Janowski has helped hundreds of coaches build their dream businesses from the ground up. Driven by his faith, he founded Faith2Influence to help people learn what it takes to turn coaching into a profitable business venture. What is your 10 step sales process? Tell  us more about each step 1) Getting into a positive emotional state 2) Rapport building 3) Reframing 4) Mid call objections 5) Discovery 6) Vision 7) GAP 8) Potential futures 9) Commitment 10) Closing Justin Janowski Justin Janowski has helped hundreds of coaches build their dream businesses from the ground up. Driven by his faith, he founded Faith2Influence to help people learn what it takes to turn coaching into a profitable business venture. Justin has guided Christian and non-Christian coaches alike through the rewarding process of optimizing business models, pricing, and sales strategies so that they can scale their income alongside their impact. He has a passion fo
05/12/202320 minutes 26 seconds
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EEC 306: How Best to Handle Your Fibromyalgia and Continue Working, with Julie Hamilton

Julie Hamilton is a Certified Fibromyalgia Coach and Life Coach who helps professionals maintain their career and regain their active social life. She has 20+ years of Human Resources Management/Director experience. What is a chronic illness like Fibromyalgia? What are the systems? How can it be detected? What policies and laws are in the US to take advantage of or to make your job work for you? Do you work with companies or just 1:1 clients? Julie Hamilton Julie Hamilton is a Certified Fibromyalgia Coach and Life Coach who helps professionals maintain their career and regain their active social life. She has 20+ years of Human Resources Management/Director experience. So, when she was diagnosed with fibromyalgia in 2009, she knew what policies and laws to take advantage of to make her job work for her. Excellent Executive Coaching Podcast If you have enjoyed this episode, subscribe to our podcas
28/11/202318 minutes 47 seconds
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EEC 305: Data Leadership in the Age of AI, with Edward Chenard

Edward Chenard has over 20 years in the data and analytics space and has worked at Fortune 500's and startups, running teams of analysts, data scientists and engineers. How is AI going to change the way we work and shop? How is Personalization impacting the way companies engage customers? What is the role of data and analytics in an AI world? What are the key skills of a data leader? What do data leaders need to learn to be successful? Edward Chenard Edward Chenard has over 20 years in the data and analytics space and has worked at Fortune 500's and startups, running teams of analysts, data scientists and engineers. He build the first data science and data engineering team at Best Buy, led the marketing innovation team at Target and built the data science and data engineering teams at CH Robinson. In all three he built products that brought in real change and bottom line impact. Currently Edward leads the data a
21/11/202322 minutes 17 seconds
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EEC 304: How to Make the Best Decisions, with Cheryl Einhorn

Cheryl Einhorn is the founder of Decisive, a decision sciences company that trains people and teams in complex problem solving and decision-making skills using the AREA Method. How did you become an expert in decision-making? Tell us about each of the Problem Solver Profiles? How do you develop other types of ways to problem solve? Why is Intellectual diversity important in a team? What impact does the way you grew up have on your decision making? Cheryl Einhorn Cheryl Einhorn is the founder of Decisive, a decision sciences company that trains people and teams in complex problem solving and decision-making skills using the AREA Method. AREA is an evidence-based decision-making system that uniquely controls for and counters cognitive bias to expand knowledge while improving judgment. Cheryl developed AREA during her two decades as an award-winning investigative journalist writing for publications ranging from The
14/11/202320 minutes 8 seconds
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EEC 303: Debunking Common Misconceptions Leaders Have About Appreciation in the Workplace, with Dr. Paul White

Dr. Paul White is a licensed psychologist who has worked with individuals, businesses and families in a variety of settings for over 20 years. He is the co-author of The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace which has been published in 25 languages. Most companies have employee recognition programs; why is there still such a struggle with negative workplaces? What are common misconceptions by leaders about appreciation in the workplace? What practical results can teaching team members how to communicate authentic appreciation have on an organization? How does staff feeling appreciated relate to decreasing turnover and making one's workplace desirable for new employees? In your research with remote employees, what did you learn about similarities/dissimilarities with onsite team members with regards to communicating appreciation to them effectively? Dr. Paul White Dr. Paul White, PhD, is a licensed psychol
07/11/202322 minutes 17 seconds
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EEC 302: A Framework for Peace in this Stress Filled World, with Billy Mandarino

Billy is an author , speaker and Now-ist, teaching people to become more aware of the gifts in the present moment. His hit book, The Now-ist is full of wisdom from his own journey. How do you answer the questions... Who Am I? What are the most frequent questions in your self talk? Where does stress settle in your body? Check in right now. What are your morning rituals? How do you use your imagination daily? Billy Mandarino Billy is an author, speaker and Now-ist, teaching people to become more aware of the gifts in the present moment. His hit book, The Now-ist is full of wisdom from his own journey. The inspiration and truth Billy Mandarino presents in his new book, The Now-ist is a life-changing creation. Billy dives deep into the essence of us all and breaks down present moment living in a very unique way. Excellent Executive Coaching Podcast If you have enjoyed this episode, subscribe to our p
31/10/202323 minutes 40 seconds
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EEC 301: How Does Influence Really Work, with Sarah Walton

Sarah Walton is a business coach and sales expert who’s been featured on The Today Show, speaks at women’s conferences all over the world and has helped hundreds of women start and grow businesses they LOVE. What is influence and what is it not? How does influence really work? What do people need to practice daily in order to become influential? What are the 3 keys to building more influence? Why do you care if women have more money and influence? Sarah Walton From growing up in a low-income household with a single mom to helping moms turn their passion into a business they love that can support their families, Sarah’s lived experience shows how women can powerfully change their lives and the lives of their families and communities. Sarah’s transitioned from being “just another coach” to being a change-maker. It’s time to put more money in the hands of more women, and Sarah is all i
24/10/202321 minutes 16 seconds
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EEC 300: Biggest Mistakes Bad Communicators Make, with Ben Guttmann

Ben Guttmann is a marketing and communications expert and author of Simply Put: Why Clear Messages Win — and How to Design Them. He’s an experienced marketing executive and educator on a mission to get leaders to simplifying their message to connect effectively. What are the biggest mistakes that bad communicators make? What are the tenants of effective messaging? Why do we always complicate things? How can we develop practices to simplify our work? How should we design our messages visually? Ben Guttmann Ben Guttmann is a marketing and communications expert and author of Simply Put: Why Clear Messages Win — and How to Design Them. He’s an experienced marketing executive and educator on a mission to get leaders to more effectively connect by simplifying their message. Ben is former co-founder and managing partner at Digital Natives Group, an award-winning agency that work
17/10/202321 minutes 46 seconds
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EEC 299: What are the Obstacles for Women Working Their Way to the C-Suite? with Teresa Rand

Teresa Rand, former President and CEO of the YMCA and founder of Teresa Rand Consulting, is an expert on teaching work-life balance, how to maneuver the shifts we experience in life, and helping organizations develop better leadership and communication skills. How can women work their way up to the C-suite? What are some of the obstacles they face? How does one juggle a good work-life balance and avoid burnout? What are some tips on structuring your work day so that you don't burn out? How can employers show their appreciation for their employees? Should employers be more open to letting employees work hybrid or remotely? Teresa Rand Teresa Rand, former President and CEO of the YMCA and founder of Teresa Rand Consulting, is an expert on teaching work-life balance, how to maneuver the shifts we experience in life, and helping organizations develop better leadership and communication skills. Excellent Exec
10/10/202322 minutes 53 seconds
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EEC 298: How Fulfilled Founders are Returning Back to Their Most Important Work, with Alyson Caffrey

Alyson Caffrey is the ‘Wolf’ that helps streamline the back-end operations for digital and creative agencies. She is the founder of Operations Agency, the co-creator of the Operations Simplified™ Framework, and the author of The Sabbatical Method: Create a business that can function without you. How can your book, The Sabbatical Method, help the struggling entrepreneur? How did you develop the critical actions highlighted in your method? What is the sabbatical method? Why is systemizing our business the key to sustainable growth? What are common systems most entrepreneurs ignore? Alyson Caffrey Alyson Caffrey is the ‘Wolf’ that helps streamline the back-end operations for digital and creative agencies. She is the founder of Operations Agency, the co-creator of the Operations Simplified™ Framework, and the author of The Sabbatical Method: Create a business that can function without you. She is also the host of th
03/10/202320 minutes 47 seconds
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EEC 297: How to Create an Unforgettable Conference Event, with Phil Mershon

Phil Mershon is the director of experience for Social Media Examiner. He's been designing the Social Media Marketing World experience for over a decade. Drawing from over 25 years in creating customized events, Phil loves to create memorable moments and transformational experiences. What makes an event unforgettable? How do you apply neuroscience when creating an event? What are the different types of data you use to create an unforgettable event? What is the Social Media Marketing World event's avatar and how do you make sure your avatars are catered to? Ten to fifteen person of your clients are International, how do you address their needs? Phil Mershon Phil Mershon is the director of experience for Social Media Examiner. He's been designing the Social Media Marketing World experience for over a decade. Drawing from over 25 years in creating customized events, Phil loves to create memorable moments and transfo
26/09/202323 minutes 15 seconds
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EEC 296: Executive Coaching by John Maxwell adapted by Anthony Dicks

Anthony A. Dicks, Jr. is an executive coach. His passion for leadership development is seen through his work with emerging leaders across a multitude of industries. He has spent over two decades preparing people with diverse responsibilities to reach their optimal leadership potential. How has your experience coaching executives helped you as a leader? How the John C. Maxwell certified trainer helped you as a coach? Explain to our listeners the DISC assessment and what you use it for when coaching? What is the Maxwell framework and how have you adapted it through story-telling? How do you give the leader space to change concretely? 5. What are some of the changes coaches have gone through in the last decades? Anthony Dicks Anthony A. Dicks, Jr. is a leader’s leader! His passion for leadership development is seen through his work with emerging leaders across a multitude of industries. He has spent over two decade
19/09/202320 minutes 22 seconds
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EEC 295: Unlocking Your Leadership Style from Your Assumptions, with Stephen Barden

Stephen Barden is a renowned leadership coach and mediator with over a decade of experience at CEO and executive board level in the media, technology and communications sectors. He has been in private practice since 2001, working across Europe and the USA, helping both individual senior leaders and organisations develop sustainable and ethical cultures aligned with their strategy and overall purpose. Why did you write your book, "How Successful Leaders do Business with their World?" How do you define organizational culture and why is it important for leaders to understand it? What is the "Navigational Stance" approach? Stephen Barden Stephen's approach is pragmatic and holistic, emphasising the value of treating the organisation as an eco-system with both internal and external linkages and interdependencies. He also advises senior management and HR departments on Governance and sustainable work practices. Stephen is the au
12/09/202321 minutes 35 seconds
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EEC 294: Transforming Leadership Starts with You, with Susan Freeman

Susan S. Freeman, MBA, PCC, NCC, is an accredited executive coach, team coach, author, sought-after speaker, and leadership development consultant who brings more than three decades of corporate, entrepreneurial, and nonprofit business management and leadership experience to her clients. Her groundbreaking approach to Western leadership transformation integrates Eastern wisdom that is derived from more than 25 years of studying yoga and yogic philosophy. Why did you decide to write, "Inner Switch?" How Yoga influenced your approach coaching? What is the "Inner Switch" method? What do you think of work/life balance? Susan Freeman Through Susan’s novel Inner Switch™ method, leaders learn how to shift from simply “acting” in the world to first “being” within themselves so they can authentically influence others. In May 2023, Susan will launch Inner Switch: 7 Timeless Principles to Transform Modern Leadership with Entreprene
05/09/202321 minutes 37 seconds
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EEC 293: Making Work a Game Worth Playing, with Eric Beck

As the former International Director of Training for E-Myth Worldwide, Eric Beck has helped 960 businesses generate over $240 million in additional revenue, guiding companies to exit at seven times their revenue. How do you help entrepreneurs, solo-preneurs, and wanna-preneurs get their business to full potential? Employees: Malicious Compliance vs. Self Management? How can I get out of time debt - more to do than time to do it? Why does the current way we compensate our team perfectly create turnover and dissatisfied customers? What it is the highest purpose for business and why should anyone care? Eric Beck As the former International Director of Training for E-Myth Worldwide, Eric Beck has helped 960 businesses generate over $240 million in additional revenue, guiding companies to exit at seven times their revenue. Eric’s clients include one of the largest non-profit organizations in California helping them s
29/08/202321 minutes 18 seconds
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EEC 292: AI Content Marketing without Risking Your Brand, with Alexander De Ridder

Alexander is the Co-Founder, Visionary, CTO at INK, the world’s first AI-powered content optimization software. Alexander crafts magical tools for web marketing. He is a smart creative and a builder of amazing products. He loves to study the “how” and “why” humans and AI make decisions. How can one bootstrap and scale a business to investor funding-ready level? What are the dangers and potential risks of AI and the future of marketing for businesses? How can business owners craft content that will perform better on any platform, to scale their businesses faster in an increasingly competitive marketplace? How can a business effectively market and promote a product? What are the challenges and opportunities in the current marketing landscape? Alexander De Ridder Alexander is the Co-Founder, Visionary, CTO at INK, the world’s first AI-powered content optimization software. Alexander crafts magical tools for web mar
22/08/202320 minutes 18 seconds
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EEC 291: Translating Life Lessons into Business Success, with Charles McCarrick

Charles D. McCarrick is an entrepreneur, inventor, and lead visionary of Micro-Ant. With more than 10 patents to his name, he pioneers and supplies unique equipment to the communications industry. What makes “Lessons My Brothers Taught Me” different from other business books for beginner entrepreneurs? What are the qualities of an effective leader? What posed the greatest threat to growing your business? What does a healthy company culture look like, and why is this so important? Was there a defining moment that success had arrived for you, or was it gradual? Charles McCarrick Charles D. McCarrick is an entrepreneur, inventor, and lead visionary of Micro-Ant. With more than 10 patents to his name, he pioneers and supplies unique equipment to the communications industry. Charles' most defining characteristic is enthusiasm—for new ideas, for the people who work with him, and for continuous improvement. By cultivat
15/08/202324 minutes 32 seconds
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EEC 290: Finding Freedom From Yesterday, with Richard Flint

Richard Flint is a powerhouse Chairman and CEO of Flint Inc, a highly sought-after company that specializes in the transformative training and development of individuals, companies, and associations. At the age of 16 you were left on a street corner with just a suitcase. How has that shaped whom you are today? You talk about 6 fears one will struggle with from the day they are born to the day they die. What are those 6 fears? You talk about how a company's environment is made up of 3 groups. What are those 3 groups? You talk about 3 A's that business owners must use today to get their business back in sync. What are those 3 A's? You have authored 19 books. Which of your books would you say is the most important for today's business environment and why? Richard Flint With over 35 years of experience in the field of human behavior and development, Richard has cemented himself as a renowned keynote speaker and semi
08/08/202324 minutes 3 seconds
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EEC 289: Personal Branding: The Ultimate Competitive Advantage in the Digital Economy, with Vladimer Botsvadze

Vladimer Botsvadze is a world-renowned digital transformation and social media influencer and keynote speaker who initiates change, drives growth, and positions brands as market leaders in their industries. What is your business all about? Tell us about your background? What would you say are the top 3 skills needed to be a successful entrepreneur? What are your plans for the future? Tell us about your marketing process? Vladimer Botsvadze Ranked as the No. 1 Global Marketing, Social Media and Retail Thought Leader by Thinkers360 in 2023 with over 130,000 followers across his social media platforms, Vladimer Botsvadze is a world-renowned digital transformation and social media influencer and keynote speaker who initiates change, drives growth, and positions brands as market leaders in their industries. He has more than 15 years of international experience with a proven track record and has enjoyed an outstanding
01/08/202318 minutes 16 seconds
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EEC 288: How to Stay Inspired When You Are So Tired, with Christine Cashen

Christine Cashen is more than just an author and speaker- she's a force of nature. With over two decades of experience entertaining crowds, Christine has earned a reputation as one of the best in the business. With all the terrible things in the news, how do you overcome the feeling of dread and sadness? How do you stay energized when you want to crawl back into bed at noon? Do you have any ideas to deal with difficult people? What do you do when you work with a negative person? Do you have any ideas on dealing with stress? Christine Cashen Christine Cashen has a talent for finding humor in everyday situations is unmatched, and her ability to turn those moments into something magical is nothing short of amazing. Christine's unique perspective on life is relatable, refreshing, and insightful. Christine is not just a funny lady - she was inducted into an elite group of speakers who have met the rigorous cri
25/07/202319 minutes 54 seconds
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EEC 287: The Art of Transformational Coaching, with Dr. Keith Merron

Dr. Keith Merron is the Managing Partner of Leadership Pathways, a consulting firm dedicated to helping organizations with bold visions achieve sustainable high performance and industry leadership. What inspired you to become a consultant? How would you characterize your clients? Where did you receive your doctorate? How do people describe your work? What inspired you to write the book The Art of Transformational Coaching Dr. Keith Merron As an organization effectiveness and executive development consultant, Dr. Keith Merron has more than 35 years of experience assisting executives and managers in business, government, and education. Keith has designed and led over 100 seminars and workshops for leaders. He has helped create some of the most innovative leadership training programs in the country. Keith received his Doctorate from Harvard University in 1985, where his studies spanned the fields of
18/07/202326 minutes 13 seconds
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EEC 286: Distinguish Your Brand in a Sea of Competition, with Randy Herbertson

Randy Herbertson is a recognized brand strategist, conceptor and creative director with over twenty years of marketing and innovation experience in the client, agency and media worlds, from entrepreneurial to corporate environments. What is the upside of a changing environment? How do you build a "Communication Code" with your brand's audience? How do you distinguish your brand in a sea of competition? What are some brand essentials for new and growing brands - for your investors, and your customers? How can you understand yours and others' "creative DNA" and how to optimize communication with everyone? Randy Herbertson Randy is a recognized brand strategist, conceptor and creative director with over twenty years of marketing and innovation experience in the client, agency and media worlds, from entrepreneurial to corporate environments. <p data-pm-slice="1 1 []"
11/07/202323 minutes 24 seconds
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EEC 285: Fulfilling your Purpose as a Leader, with Kvon Tucker

Kvon is the Co-Founder and CEO of Consciously, a purpose-driven firm that helps executives and organizations do work with more purpose. Until early this year, Kvon was the Global Head of Leadership Development at Google. What were some of the lessons you learned about leadership, coaching Fortune 500 executives at Amazon, Netflix, and Google? Could you describe the difference in cultures at these Fortune 500 companies? How do you develop leadership presence by using your body, feelings, and emotions? What tips are there to a develop contemplative practice? Why leaders need to lead with purpose and how can they develop purpose statements. Kvon Tucker Kvon is the Co-Founder and CEO of Consciously, a purpose-driven firm that helps executives and organizations do work with more purpose. Until early this year, Kvon was the Global Head of Leadership Development at Google. 
03/07/202320 minutes 53 seconds
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EEC 284: Use Experiential Intelligence for Leadership Success, with Soren Kaplan

Soren Kaplan is an award-winning author, former corporate executive, co-founder of Praxie.com, a columnist for Inc. Magazine and Psychology Today, and an affiliate at the Center for Effective Organizations at the University of Southern California. What is Experiential Intelligence? How does "XQ" complement IQ (intellect) and EQ (Emotional Intelligence)? What is the role of Experiential Intelligence in leading teams and organizations? How can leaders uncover and fully leverage their experiential intelligence? You share some very personal and poignant stories in the book. What inspired you to reveal so much about yourself? Soren Kaplan Soren Kaplan is an award-winning author, former corporate executive, co-founder of Praxie.com, a columnist for Inc. Magazine and Psychology Today, and an affiliate at the Center for Effective Organizations at the University of Southern California. He is an international keynote spea
27/06/202322 minutes 17 seconds
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EEC 283: Using Inclusion Management to Lead in the 21st Century, with Dr. Lauren Tucker

Dr. Lauren Tucker combines her extensive experience in DEI, data science, and relationship marketing to help clients build inclusive, positive employee relationships in a multicultural, transcultural, and global world. Why do your employees hate you? What is inclusion management and how can leaders use it to manage humans for the 21st century? Employee activism is on the rise. What does that mean for companies and how can they turn employee alienation into engagement and high employee NPS? How do you define and evaluate NPS, Net Promoter Score? How can leaders bridge the talent divide and turn employees into business partners. Lauren Tucker Dr. Lauren Tucker combines her extensive experience in DEI, data science, and relationship marketing to help clients build inclusive, positive employee relationships in a multicultural, transcultural, and global world. Frustrated with the myopic and transactional approaches o
20/06/202319 minutes 34 seconds
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EEC 282: Demystify AI for Your Business, with Kavita Ganesan

Kavita Ganesan is the author of The Business Case for AI: A Leader's Guide to AI Strategies, Best Practices & Real-World Applications and the founder of Opinosis Analytics, an AI advisory and consulting company. What's True, What's Hype, and What's Realistic to Expect from AI in Your Business? How can coaches use AI? Can AI be used to determine the emotional state of an individual? How do corporation use Artificial Intelligence AI? What is the HI-AI discovery Framework? What are the 4 Steps to uncover AI opportunities for your business? Kavita Ganesan Kavita Ganesan is the author of The Business Case for AI: A Leader's Guide to AI Strategies, Best Practices & Real-World Applications and the founder of Opinosis Analytics, an AI advisory and consulting company. With over 15 years of experience in AI, Kavita holds a master’s degree from the University of Southern California, and a Ph.D. f
13/06/202319 minutes 53 seconds
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EEC 281: The Storytelling Secrets Every Marketer Must Master

Michael Hauge is one of Hollywood’s top story experts and consultants, and uses those same storytelling principles to help speakers, authors, entrepreneurs, and business leaders generate millions of dollars in revenue. Why must authors, speakers and business leaders tell great stories? What are the essential components of a great story? If I'm not a celebrity, why would anyone want to hear my story? What is the biggest mistake storytellers make, from the stage or on the page? You've worked with both Will Smith and Russell Brunson. In terms of storytelling, what do they have in common? Michael Hauge Michael Hauge, author of the best-selling book Storytelling Made Easy, has made in person and online presentations to more than 500,000 participants worldwide. He is one of Hollywood’s top story experts and consultants, and uses those same storytelling principles to help speakers, authors, entrepreneurs, and
30/05/202328 minutes 51 seconds
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EEC 280: How Do You Create Engagement, with Kerry Stover

Kerry is the COO at Pariveda Solutions, a leading management consulting firm that specializes in developing talent that helps numerous businesses, from small startup ventures to Fortune 500 companies, solve complex technology and business problems. How to build a market-leading company through people development? How to rediscover your purpose at work as a leader in your company? What are top trends in employee development that should interest HR managers and company leadership in all industries? What is the significance of investing in people within your business? What are the benefits of c-suite executives when grooming members of their teams to be better than them? Kerry Stover Kerry is the COO at Pariveda Solutions, a leading management consulting firm that specializes in developing talent that helps numerous businesses, from small startup ventures to Fortune 500
23/05/202324 minutes 15 seconds
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EEC 279: How to Resiliently Bounce Back from Set Backs, with Jaymie Pottinger

As CEO and founder of Pottinger and Associates Consulting, Jaymie has worked tirelessly and successfully with start-up businesses, as well as Fortune 500 companies to develop leaders and teams at every level of the organization. What does the FACE of Leadership Framework mean? To which level of leadership does the FACE of Leadership Framework Apply? What strategies do you recommend for a leader who struggles with failure and setbacks? How can a leader who is not naturally confident, improve their follower-ship and influence? How does your organization help leaders to implement the FACE of Leadership framework? Jaymie Pottinger Jaymie Pottinger is on a mission to change the world – one workplace at a time. He is a passionate, dynamic, high-energy thought-leader who is passionate about adding value to people's lives. Jaymie lives in Orlando, Florida along with his wife, and three children. As CEO and founde
16/05/202315 minutes 4 seconds
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EEC 278: How a Call Center CEO Can Give Us Insights to Connecting with a Person on a Cold Call, with Richard Blank

With a mix of motivational public speaking style backed by tactful and appropriate rhetoric, Richard shared his knowledge and trained over 10,000 bilingual telemarketers. You are CEO of one of the largest call centres in San José in Costa Rica. What made you, a US citizen travel, live and work in Costa Rica? You trained 10,000 bilingual telemarkers. What makes a good telemarketer? How does phonetic micro expression reading help you become a good telemarketer. Please provide us with a good and a bad example? What are the viral tell signs? What is the Buffer Boomerang technique? Richard Blank Richard’s journey in the call center space is filled with twists and turns. When he was 27 years old, he relocated to Costa Rica to train employees for one of the larger call centers in San Jose. With a mix of motivational public speaking style backed by tactful and appropriate rhetoric, Richard shared his knowledge and train
09/05/202325 minutes 20 seconds
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EEC 277: The Spirit of Excellence Always Expects Opposition, with Mac McNeil

Mac McNeil has been a leader in the financial industry for seventeen years in various leadership roles. He is currently the Senior Vice President of Operations for the Community Reinvestment Fund, USA where he leads Enterprise Operations. What does My Great Aunt EDNA stand for, and how did this leadership platform come into existence? When did you first come to know about the spirit of excellence? What do you mean by leadership wilderness, and how can leaders that my feel that they are there escape it? Explain Excellence - Confidence = Mediocrity. You have a section in your book called "Broken Mirror." How can this concept help leaders continue to improve? Mac McNeil Mac McNeil is the author of My Great Aunt EDNA book and weekly newsletter that highlights the leadership topics of Excellence, Doing Things the Right Way, No Shortcuts, and Accountability. He began his career with JPMorgan Chase in Branch Banking, a
02/05/202320 minutes 11 seconds
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EEC 276: Keeping the Talent You Can't Afford to Lose, with Cara Silletto

Cara Silletto, MBA, CSP, works with organizational leaders to reduce employee turnover and make managers at every level more effective in their roles. What's the status of today's talent pool? Why has the workforce changed so dramatically in the last five years? What can organizations and leaders do today to reduce any excessive employee turnover they have? How should they prepare for future workforce challenges? What's one strategy every leader should do to become a more magnetic leader? Cara Silletto Workforce thought leader and keynote speaker, Cara Silletto, MBA, CSP, works with organizational leaders to reduce employee turnover and make managers at every level more effective in their roles. She's been named a Game Changer by Workforce Magazine and Recruiter.com listed her in their Top 10 Company Culture Experts to Watch list. She's the owner of Magnet Culture, a leadership development training firm, and she
25/04/202323 minutes 33 seconds
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EEC 275: What it Takes to Speak with Confidence, with Mike Acker

Mike Acker is an executive communication coach, a keynote speaker, and the author of ten books, including Speak with Confidence, published by Wiley in December 2022. What led you to write a book called “Speak with Confidence”? You use an interesting analogy about two weights you carry as a communicator and how that relates to insecurity. Can you describe what that means and how that affects confidence? You have developed a framework for Executive Presence and Speaking with Confidence. Can you explain it? How did growing up in a different setting (Mexico) affect your communication and leadership? Mike Acker Mike Acker passionately coaches business professionals to lead and speak with confidence. His books have been translated into several languages and appeared on numerous booklists, with his first book being designated as the #1 book on overcoming fear of speaking on Forbes.com. Excellent Executive Coachin
18/04/202323 minutes 25 seconds
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EEC 274: Restoring Shattered Relationships in Business and in Life, with Douglas Bouey

Douglas R. Bouey (dougbouey.com) is an author, facilitation veteran and award-winning coach with TEC/Vistage - a global organization with 25,000 president members. He is a renowned mentor in his private practice with Catalyst Strategic Consultants, encouraging presidents in their trials, growth and victories. Tell me about some of your experiences mending relationships with families in business? What is your framework in your book? How do you implement your framework to rebuild the relationship? How do you test the relationship that has just been rebuilt to overcome life's pressure? How to transform messy relationship breakdowns back into health? Douglas Bouey ‘Fixing Fractures: Restoring Shattered Relationships in Business and in Life’ - Doug’s latest book - was launched in 2022. Fixing Fractures contains incisive guidance for leaders and entrepreneurs who have broken with someone central to their fortunes. Whe
11/04/202323 minutes 23 seconds
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EEC 273: The Unparalleled Plight of New Leaders, with Bill Treasurer

Bill Treasurer founder of Giant Leap Consulting (2002) has worked with thousands of leaders in the U.S., including NASA, eBay, Lenovo, UBS Bank, Saks Fifth Avenue, and many more. What got you interested in the field of leadership in the first place? You write about 3 areas of leadership fitness. What are they? One of your chapters is Cultivate Composure. Why is that important to leadership? What are you hoping that readers come away with from reading this book? What important question to ask yourself when you feel angry, frustrated, or emotionally charged How long have you been a leader and what triggered you to write your book? Bill Treasurer Bill Treasurer founder of Giant Leap Consulting (2002), and has worked with thousands of leaders in the U.S. and beyond, including NASA, eBay, Lenovo, UBS Bank, Saks Fifth Avenue, and many more. His new book, Leadership Two
04/04/202317 minutes 31 seconds
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EEC 272: How to Shift into Selling to High End Clients, with Jessica Yarbrough

Jessica is a genius at showing entrepreneurs how to build an expert platform, rapidly raise their value, build their credibility online and attract high-paying clients. She travels the world teaching and inspiring entrepreneurs and helping them grow their influence and make the income and impact they desire. The most overlooked aspect of creating ultra high end offers How to move from soloprenuer to CEO and reclaim your time freedom How to master the art of high end sales The "Myth of the Ascension Model" and how to take a top down approach to growing your business How to rapidly build your credibility and attract high paying clients Jessica Yarbrough Jessica Yarbrough has quickly developed a reputation of being one of the best business strategists for coaches and consultants who want to sell and scale ultra-high-end services. Her background is in international business and she has built multiple companies.
28/03/202318 minutes 14 seconds
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EEC 271: From Speaker to Community Builder, with Ed Rigsbee

Ed Rigsbee is a Collaboration Architect, Nonprofit CEO, Virtual Communities Leader, Member ROI Valuation Research, Keynote Speaker, author of 5 books (Topics: Strategic Alliance Development & Membership Growth) When did you start your professional speaking career? Tell me about the Association & Society Speaker Community Tell me about Cigar PEG Philanthropy through fun Future projects?Ed Rigsbee Ed Rigsbee Ed Rigsbee, (CSP) Certified Speaking Professional, (CAE) Certified Association Executive, is the ROI Guy. He is obsessed with helping individuals and organizations to both receive and give more return on investment (ROI) in everything that they do. He will help your organization to elevate your business relationships from ordinary to extraordinary; in service, results and profitability. Ed is the originator of the “Member ROI Valuation Process” and term, “Member ROI-Centric Organization.” Ed is the President of
21/03/202321 minutes 9 seconds
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EEC 270: Culture and What it Can Do for Your Company, with Jessica Kriegel

Dr. Jessica Kriegel is the Chief Scientist of Workplace Culture for Culture Partners, leading research and strategy in best practices for driving results through culture. How do you define culture? Why is corporate culture important? How does it drive results? What is the biggest mistake that leaders make? You do research work on corporate culture, what is your process? Dr. Jessica Kriegel Dr. Jessica Kriegel is the Chief Scientist of Workplace Culture for Culture Partners, leading research and strategy in best practices for driving results through culture. She is a Fortune 100 Thought Leader and keynote speaker as well as author of Unfairly Labeled: How Your Workplace Can Benefit From Ditching Generational Stereotypes. Her upcoming book, The Culture Equation will be published in 2023 and is based on her 15+ years of guiding global and national organizations on the path to creating intentional workplace cultures
14/03/202321 minutes 59 seconds
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EEC 269: An Entrepreneur's Unconventional Marketing, with Dave Valentine

Dave Valentine owns 7 businesses that have generated over ONE BILLION dollars collectively for over 1000 clients, including major brands and Fortune 100 companies like Target, Time magazine, and American Express. What inspired you to become an entrepreneur and what were your biggest challenges? You mentioned you have unconventional Marketing. What is the difference between developing brand and getting direct response? What is "Conscious Capitalism" and how do you implement it across all of your companies? What is your goals and how do you see yourself reaching that goal? How do you partner with the companies you acquire? Dave Valentine Dave Valentine owns 7 businesses that have generated over ONE BILLION dollars collectively for over 1000 clients, including major brands and Fortune 100 companies like Target, Time magazine, and American Express. At the age of 29, his doctor said, “Are you prepared for your
07/03/202323 minutes 44 seconds
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EEC 268: With Bill Stainton

Bill Stainton helps smart leaders think differently about their business so that they can see new possibilities for their challenges and opportunities. What did you learn about innovation from producing a comedy TV show? What would you qualify as good questions? How would you leverage a creative team differently? What is the leader's role within a creative team? What is the difference between innovation and creativity? How can someone become more innovative? Bill Stainton For 15 years, innovation expert and Hall of Fame speaker Bill Stainton produced the longest-running, highest-rated, and most award-winning regional comedy TV show in the United States—winning 29 Emmy Awards in the process. Today he helps smart leaders think differently about their business so that they can see new possibilities for their challenges and opportunities. Excellent Executive Coaching Podcast If you have enjo
28/02/202322 minutes 41 seconds
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EEC 267: Hope Is Not A Business Strategy, with Chuck Knabusch

Chuck Knabusch is the founder and principal of 13Ten Business Solutions, LLC. He spent nine years in the US Army and learned key processes that the military could help run an efficient operation. You come from a background in Manufacturing what are some principles of lean manufacturing that non-manufacturers could implement to improve their processes? What did you learn from the military that you can apply to the business world? It is safe to say that most people are too busy and, thus, their leadership suffers because of it. What are 1 or 2 principles that you cover in your book, that could help the average person? What have you found to be the most challenging leadership challenges? Chuck Knabusch Chuck Knabusch spent twenty-eight years in various positions and functional departments including IT, Materials, Quality, Logistics, and Manufacturing Operations at La-Z-Boy Incorporated, a multi-billion-dollar manufacturing
21/02/202314 minutes 41 seconds
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EEC 266: How Do Joint Ventures Actually Work and How To Get Started, with Mac Attram

Mac Attram is an International Best Selling Author and Award-Winning World-Class Trainer & Coach. He is also the CEO & Founder of MindSpace Coaching a UK based Coaching Company. What really is a Joint Venture, and who are they for? How do you know if you’re "ready" and what is possible with Joint Ventures? What are some of the biggest mistakes to make sure you can avoid? Where do Businesses go wrong in sales? Mac Attram Business Coach & Millionaire Entrepreneur Mac Attram is an International Best Selling Author and A ward-Winning World-Class Trainer & Coach. He is also the CEO & Founder of MindSpace Coaching a UK based Coaching Company that has supported 1000’s of Business Owners & Entrepreneurs to grow their business, often by as much as 200% or more in LESS than 6 to 12 months. Excellent Executive Coaching Podcast If you have enjoyed this episode, subscribe to our podcast on <a href= "https://itunes.app
14/02/202324 minutes 26 seconds
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EEC 265: Finding Your Voice as a Leader, with Neil Gordon

Neil Gordon is a communications expert who helps executives, influencers, and thought leaders to get six-figure book advances, be seen on shows like Ellen and Dr. Oz, and double their speaking fees. What are the most common mistakes among public speakers? What is one thing that a public speaker can do to ensure their speech is unforgettable? How do you get someone interested in your expertise in under 30 seconds? How can someone get across their or their company's unique value in the marketplace? How can someone convey a solution that most people don't know they need? Neil Gordon Neil Gordon is a communications expert who helps executives, influencers, and thought leaders to get six-figure book advances, be seen on shows like Ellen and Dr. Oz, and double their speaking fees. Prior to becoming a communications expert, he worked on the editorial staff of Penguin Random House where he worked with New York Times bes
07/02/202321 minutes 27 seconds
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EEC 264: Learning Is Not Only for Entry Level Staff, with Dr. Carrie Graham

Dr. Graham helps businesses improve learning outcomes by strategically integrating adult learning best practices. A published author, researcher, and conference presenter with 25+ years’ experience in learning, instructional design and leadership development across industries. What is adult learning theory and why should leaders care about it? How can companies benefit from integrating it in their strategic plan for learning outcomes? What are the biggest breakthroughs you help clients achieve? What happens when adult learning best practices are not integrated into the strategic plan? What is a current corporate trend that could be replaced by adult learning theory? Dr. Carrie Graham Owner of Carrie O. Graham Learning & Solutions, Dr. Graham helps businesses improve learning outcomes by strategically integrating adult learning best practices. A published author, researcher, and conference presenter with 25+ year
31/01/202319 minutes 55 seconds
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EEC 263: How to Succeed with a Great Executive Coach with Dr. John Reed

John Reed founded and has been a Managing Principal since 2005 at Quinn Reed Associates. He has undergraduate and MBA degrees from Dartmouth and, as an organizational psychologist, a PhD from the University of Georgia with an internship at Emory University. You are the leading advocate for higher standards and competency requirements for practicing executive coaches to professionalize the industry. How did that happen? What are your goals in writing "Pinpointing Excellence: Succeed with Great Executive Coaching and Steer Clear of the Rest"? Could you describe the Top Executive Coach 4 (TEC4) evaluation system? You have expertise in executive coaching but also in business and psychology. Can you describe that, and why is that important in working with senior leaders? For executive coaches who are not already strong in the TEC4 areas of business, psychology, ethics and coaching, what would you recommend? </ul
24/01/202326 minutes 21 seconds
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EEC 262: Delete the Beliefs that Defeat You with Lion Goodman

Lion Goodman, PCC, is the founder and CEO of Clear Beliefs Institute. He has 40 years’ experience as an executive coach, teacher, and Subconscious Pattern Detective. How did you come to focus on beliefs as the core of your transformational coaching method? You had a near-death experience at the age of 26. How did that affect your view of yourself and the world? What does your Clear Beliefs Method do that standard coaching methods don't do or can't do? It sounds like you're doing therapy, which is certainly frowned upon by the ICF. Is it therapy? What is the distinction that makes it coaching? Lion Goodman Lion Goodman is the creator of The Clear Beliefs Method, a proprietary process for shifting beliefs at the core of the psyche, healing childhood wounds, and resolving trauma. More than 600 coaches, therapists, healers, and change agents around the world have graduated from his Clear Beliefs Coach
17/01/202324 minutes 29 seconds
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EEC 261: How to Overcome the Misconnection in Order to Engage Your Audience with Jason Thomson

Jason Thomson has fueled the trajectory of some of the world’s most important and smartest brands, helping leaders explore, develop and sell with engaging and clear presentations that inspire action and enhance your brand. Why and how are we misconnecting with the audience? What key strategies should we be adding to our keynotes? How do we create emotion for our audiences? What are your favorite tactics to communicate and connect? What medium do you recommend to use to communicate? Jason Thomson As a professional thinker, copywriter, and speaker, Jason has fueled the trajectory of some of the world’s most important and smartest brands, helping leaders explore, develop and sell with engaging and clear presentations that inspire action. His powerful perspective on what it takes to imagine, develop and sell an idea transforms audiences, leaving them prepared to think faster, better, and brigh
10/01/202324 minutes 56 seconds
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EEC 260: The Need for an Agile Leader in Today's Market with Chuck Mollor

Chuck Mollor is the founder, CEO, advisor, and executive coach at MCG Partners, an organization that helps develop leaders and teams, which optimizes both businesses and individual talent. What are the biggest challenges businesses face today? What are the biggest challenges facing leaders today? For a leader to get to the next level in their career, what do you suggest? Explain your roadmap to leadership Success? What is the future of leadership? What would you advise a young leader today that is entering in today's market? Chuck Mollor Chuck Mollor is the founder, CEO, advisor, and executive coach at MCG Partners, an organization that helps develop leaders and teams, optimizing both businesses and individual talent. His new book and best-selling book, The Rise of the Agile Leader: Can You Make the Shift?, is a guide for the aspiring, mid and seasoned c-leader and executive that introduces a new leader
03/01/202322 minutes 29 seconds
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EEC 259: Money Secrets: How to Combine Wealth and Purpose? with Kim Curtis

Kim Curtis is the bestselling author of Money Secrets: Keys to Smart Investing and Retirement Secrets. She is a nationally recognized wealth management advisor and President and CEO of Wealth Legacy Institute. As a woman, how did you become an owner/leader of a wealth management firm? What are the key messages in your book called, "Money Secrets: Keys to Smart Investing and Retirement Secrets"? If you are looking for someone to manage your money, what are some of the key questions to ask? What are some of the retirement money secrets? When combining money management and retirement, what are some of the questions to ask? What is important when you want to make money and have the lifestyle you want? You say there are two laws of money: The human and the natural? What does that mean? Kim Curtis Kim Curtis is the bestselling author of Money Secrets: Keys to Smart Investing and Retirement Secrets. She is a n
27/12/202225 minutes 55 seconds
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EEC 258: How to Use Technology to Become a Superhuman Coach, with Sam Isaacson

Sam Isaacson is an enthusiastic coach, coach supervisor, and adviser on coachtech and organizational coaching. He was the first person in the world to offer coaching in virtual reality, with a habit of exploring the edges of what's possible with technology to maximize that truly human profession of coaching. How can technology help coaches? Coaching is a relational. How can AI be of any help when coaching? First define Artificial Intelligence. Where and when do you think Artificial Intelligence can help and where is it limited? You have coached in a virtual reality. How was that experience? Is it a gimmick? If coaches want to us AI where should they start and what can your book Superhuman Coaching tell them? Sam Isaacson An enthusiastic coach, coach supervisor, and adviser on coachtech and organizational coaching. The first person in the world to offer coaching in virtual reality, with a habit of exploring the e
20/12/202223 minutes 16 seconds
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EEC 257: How Your Self-Image Drives Your Results with Stephanie Hessler

Stephanie Hessler is a Mindset and Performance Coach. She helps high-achieving corporate leaders and business owners who want to rapidly advance their careers, but are tired of feeling stuck. As a mindset coach give us examples of how your self-image influences your behavior? How did you make the decision to leave the corporate world and become a coach? What are the biggest mistakes that leaders are making? How can leaders advance their careers more rapidly? What are some of the most common challenges that get in the way of success? What's the #1 mindset tool you can share to help people be more impactful? Stephanie Hessler Stephanie Hessler is a Mindset and Performance Coach. She helps high-achieving corporate leaders and business owners who want to rapidly advance their careers, but are tired of feeling stuck. Therefore, she guides them through an intensive coaching program, the BLISS Accelerator, to
13/12/202223 minutes 14 seconds
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EEC 256: Executive Coaches have value, Charge for it with Mark Stiving

Mark Stiving has been a pricing practitioner, educator, and advisor for 28 years. His most recent book, Selling Value: How To Win More Deals at Higher Prices, applies his knowledge of pricing and value to help salespeople be more successful. In what situation is pricing essential in the decision process? Your book is called selling value. What does a pricing person know about sales? According to you how should an executive coach determine their value to the client and to the organization? Why do coaches not charge enough? Mark Stiving As a child, Mark wondered why grocery stores priced their products with numbers that ended in 9. In a doctoral program at UC Berkeley, his research answered that question and he has been addicted to understanding how people use prices to make decisions ever since. Mark Stiving has been a pricing practitioner, educator, and advisor for 28 years. His most recent book, Selling Val
06/12/202225 minutes 4 seconds
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EEC 255: Taking Strategic, Laser Focused Action as the Key to Entrepreneurial Success with Sara Sabin

Sara Sabin is a former tax accountant, who founded two start-up companies (one successful, one not) and then, built a multi six-figure coaching practice. Could you tell me more about your career journey and what lessons did you learn on your entrepreneurial journey? Why is laser focus so key to success (and why is it so difficult)? What factors do entrepreneurs need to look at to help them decide what to focus on? How does "gut feel" feed into the decision making process (for better decisions)? How do small steps add up to HUGE goals Sara Sabin Sara Sabin is a former tax accountant, who founded two start-up companies (one successful, one not) and then, built a multi six-figure coaching practice. Sara works with successful leaders and entrepreneurs of high-growth 6 and 7 figure businesses, as well as guiding coaches and consultants wanting to build their own businesses to 6 figures, using simple and effective str
29/11/202221 minutes 46 seconds
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EEC 254: Bias, Racism, and the Brain in the Workplace with Jason Greer

Jason Greer is the author of, "Bias, Racism and the Brain.” He is the founder of Greer Consulting, the #1 firm that does diversity training for startups, Fortune 500 companies, and government agencies. Why is diversity and inclusion important in the workplace? Why do most diversity-training programs fail to foster D&I? What can you tell us about Bias, Racism, and the Brain? How did your personal experiences with racism and bias inspire you to pursue your career? What advice do you have for leaders and executives to reduce bias, increase diversity, and foster inclusion? What positive effect does improved D&I have on your business? Jason Greer Jason Greer is the author of Bias, Racism, & the Brain and the founder of Greer Consulting, the #1 firm that does diversity training for startups, Fortune 500 companies as well as government agencies. The truth is that most diversity-
14/11/202225 minutes 55 seconds
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EEC 253: Playing The Integrity Game with Jeffrey Klubeck

Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC interviews Jeffrey Klubeck. Jeffrey Klubeck is a retired Professor of Communication, Founder of Get A Klu, Inc. and Author of an Amazon #1 Selling New Release, The Integrity Game. If everyone knows that communication is important, why do so many people (talented jerks, especially) mess it up? What isn't so obvious about why communication is such a make or break skill-set for emerging leaders? If communication wasn't the word for communication, what do you believe would be the next best word for it that helps us get better at it? You just came out with a book called The Integrity Game, is it about improving communication? Beyond obvious things like being perceived as trustworthy, honest or having morality ... what else is so important about Integrity for leaders to be known for? Jeffrey Klubeck Jeffrey Klubeck is a retired Professor of Communication, Founder of Get A Klu, Inc. and
08/11/202221 minutes 5 seconds
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EEC 252: Great Hires Are Not Great Candidates with Lou Adler

Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC interviews Lou Adler. Lou is the CEO and founder of Performance-based Hiring Learning Systems – a consulting and training firm helping recruiters and hiring managers around the world source, interview and hire the strongest and most diverse talent. What is Performance-based Hiring? How did you develop PbH? How did you become a recruiter? What's the biggest problem with hiring top talent today? What is the impact of HR Tech on improving the hiring process? Lou Adler Lou Adler is the CEO and founder of Performance-based Hiring Learning Systems – a consulting and training firm helping recruiters and hiring managers around the world source, interview and hire the strongest and most diverse talent. Lou is the author of the Amazon top-10 best-seller, Hire With Your Head (John Wiley & Sons, 4th Edition, 2021), The Essential Guide for Hiring & Getting Hired (Workbench Media, 2013) and LinkedIn Le
01/11/202222 minutes 8 seconds
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EEC 251: How to Create a Community of Entrepreneurs with Tien Wong

Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC interviews Tien Wong. Mr. S. Tien Wong is Chairman of Opus8, Inc., a private investment, strategic advisory, and conference management firm based in the Washington, DC area. How did you create the Community you have? What is your number one advice for entrepreneurs? How did you build such a huge network of High net worth / wealthy private investors? What is the most important thing early stage private investors evaluate when making an investment? Tien Wong Mr. S. Tien Wong is Chairman & CEO of Tech 2000, Inc. a Herndon, Virginia-based world leader in technology training, mobile virtual education, and mobile content management software. The company leverages its patented mobility technology to create products and solutions for organizations including Fortune 100, Federal Government, nonprofit, and SMB clients around the world. He is also Chairman of Lore Systems, Inc., a Silver Spring, Maryl
25/10/202222 minutes 9 seconds
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EEC 250: How Executives Can Expand Their Influence and Accelerate Their Impact with Ernie Sander

Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC interviews Ernie Sander. Ernie is a senior strategist at Pioneering Collective, a communications agency that provides executive PR, thought leadership, coaching and networking to transform leaders' hard-earned wisdom into heavyweight impact. How can executives use storytelling to better connect with their audiences? What are three personal stories that all leaders need to be able to tell about themselves? Once you start building your personal brand, how do you amplify that work? What are the components of a robust social strategy for a leader? Why are podcasts an important outlet for executives? Ernie Sander Ernie Sander is a former media executive who has worked at big, legacy publications as well as startups, and across different types of digital media. Ernie spent a decade as an editor at the Wall Street Journal, managing teams of reporters and coverage areas. He also helped launch two
18/10/202222 minutes 49 seconds
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EEC 249: Anything But Typical Leadership Approach to Growing Your Businesses with Gary Frey

Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC interviews Gary Frey. Gary is a connector, “MacGyver,” for CEOs as well as the co-host of the ‘Anything but Typical Podcast’ featuring behind-the-scenes stories of entrepreneurs encouraging others. What are the most important attributes of successful leaders today? How does this apply to Alfred Hilton's theory that there are 3 types of leaders, leaders that do best in star-ups situations, or leaders with mature companies and leaders that excel in restructuring companies? How does your coaching help business owners? Are leaders born as leaders or are they developed? What was your key driving force to become an entrepreneur? Gary Frey Gary Frey has served as president of four successful companies, including Bizjournals.com, a business news portal which he helped transform from a three-person organization to a $100 million company. He has done two turnarounds and held executive positions in two Fortu
11/10/202225 minutes 48 seconds
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EEC 248: Why Retreats are important for Leaders to find Clarity, Balance and Purpose with Fabrice Desmarescaux

Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC interviews Fabrice Desmarescaux who works with CEOs and their teams to help them reach higher levels of performance and consciousness. What personal challenges do CEOs and senior execs face today? How do you help your clients specifically? Why is our traditional management science falling short in today's world? What do you take from the Eastern and Western approaches? Why is our deterministic mindset not adapted to thriving in a complex world? What are the benefits of creating short solo retreats, how to do them and what do you mean when you say short? Fabrice Desmarescaux Fabrice Desmarescaux works with CEOs and their teams to help them reach higher levels of performance and consciousness. A former partner at McKinsey & Company, Fabrice has practiced meditation, taught yoga, and led spiritual retreats for two decades. Integrating Eastern spiritual traditions with Western modern
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EEC 247: How to Win With Business Storytelling with Park Howell

Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC interviews Park Howell who is known as The World’s Most Industrious Storyteller having grown purpose-driven brands by as much as 600 percent.  What did you study in college to prepare you for where you are today? Why did you pivot away from your ad agency of 20 years to coach storytelling in business? What have you learned about why storytelling works in business? What do you think the effectiveness is of The Hero's Journey, Pixar Way and other longer-form storytelling? Where do you see storytelling in business and leadership headed? Park Howell Park Howell is known as The World’s Most Industrious Storyteller having grown purpose-driven brands by as much as 600 percent. He is a 35+ year veteran of the advertising industry and hosts the popular weekly Business of Story podcast, author of Brand Bewitchery, and co-authored The Narrative Gym for Business. He is sought after internationally to
27/09/202227 minutes 40 seconds
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EEC 246: Life is Managed, Not Balanced, with Otis McGregor

Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC interviews Otis McGregor who leads Tribe and Purpose as the principal leadership and success coach. With decades of experience as a leader, coach, and team member, Otis embodies the values and principles of Tribes and Purposes. How do people figure out who they are? How can life be managed and not balanced? What is your favorit leadership story? What are you passionate about? What is your purpose? Otis McGregor Otis McGregor is driven both by values and principles of Tribes and Purposes. Better leaders and tribes create better organizations, and a better world. Otis has empowered businesses and individuals to find their purpose and their tribes. Otis leverages the unique blend of heart, passion, and experience. He was one of the elite commanders of the Green Berets and was trusted with some of the highest missions of the US. He thinks from both the 10,000-foot view point to ensure he and
20/09/202217 minutes 49 seconds
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EEC 245: Producing Content Where There are More Leads and Opportunities with Thom Singer

Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC interviews Thom Singer who is a keynote speaker and professional EMCEE who combines a robust mix of actionable content with a high-energy delivery style. He is the author of twelve books on the power of business relationships, networking, presentations skills, legal marketing, and entrepreneurship. You are the author of 12 books on the power of business. What motivated you to write 12 books? What habit did you have to have to write 1000 words a day and get those 12 books written? You shifted your energy into producing a podcast and are now a host for three associations Why? What is a better lead to new clients, podcasting or writing books? How can you become a thought leader if you are not specialised in any particular area? How do you define your expertise? Thom Singer Thom Singer is a keynote speaker and professional EmCee who combines a robust mix of actionable content with a high-energy delive
13/09/202219 minutes 13 seconds
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EEC 244: Why Networking on LinkedIn Is More Important Now Than Ever, with Donna Serdula

Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC interviews Donna Serdula who with her team of over 40 writers have helped thousands of executives, entrepreneurs, sales stars, business leaders, and professionals from around the world create professionally branded LinkedIn profiles. How to optimize your LinkedIn profile to get found. Why networking on LinkedIn now is more important than ever. How to attract employees with your LinkedIn. How to create and update your LinkedIn profile for personal branding. What new tools on LinkedIn can you leverage when marketing or developing your profile? What recommendations do you give executives about developing their Linkedin profile? Donna Serdula A job change in 2006 led her back to LinkedIn as Donna looked for tools to help her build a sales territory. It was during this time she had her LinkedIn epiphany and forged her LinkedIn 4 point methodology. By integrating LinkedIn into her sale
06/09/202223 minutes 32 seconds
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EEC 243: How to Overcome the Fear of Selling with Dr. Nadia Brown

Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC interviews Dr. Nadia Brown who brings over fifteen years of leadership experience, powerful conversations, achieving goals, and respect for people to develop a comprehensive sales process to increase closing rates and satisfied client retention. How to turn self-doubt into confidence? What is the #1 secret to relationship-driven sales? How to overcome the fear of selling? What are the 5 ways you can increase your sales courage? How do you handle differently a buyer that is ready to buy and one that is gathering information? Dr. Nadia Brown Dr. Nadia Brown is a sales strategist, consultant, trainer, and founder of The Doyenne Agency. A sales agency that works with business owners, companies, and corporations to multiply revenue and awaken the consistent closer within your sales team using the Consistent Sales Method. Nadia helps women learn to play the career game in business to advance th
29/08/202226 minutes 7 seconds
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EEC 242: The Connection Between Trauma and the Body in Your Business Life with Mandy Harvey

Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC interviews Mandy Harvey who is a leader in the field of trauma healing as well as an in-demand inspirational speaker. She specializes as a healing guide for highly sensitive, overachieving leaders who are ready to transform their physical and emotional pain into purpose. As a trauma healing guide for coaches and business owners, why do you feel trauma healing is important? Does every business owner have trauma in their past? What ways do you see trauma showing up in someone's business? What are symptoms in the body that business owners and coaches can look for that are actually unresolved trauma? Mandy Harvey Partnering with the largest corporations in the world, Mandy trains and coaches at the director level and above to help leaders clear past trauma from their body and respond to office triggers in a whole new way. She also shares a powerful process to replace chronic fatigue and stress with en
23/08/202224 minutes 15 seconds
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EEC 241: Bring Your Culture Alive To Drive Performance with Will Scott

Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC interviews Will Scott who founded The Culture Fix Academy and has helped hundreds of businesses fulfill their corporate culture dreams. What do you teach that is different from other teachers of corporate culture? Is there any way to measure culture? What questions do you ask in your survey? How do you pick culture champions to enhance an engaging culture? How do you use Behaviour based questions to hire people aligned to the company culture? What brings a culture Alive? What makes the culture thrive and how does it drive performance? Will Scott Author of The Culture Fix & The Gift of Culture, Will founded The Culture Fix Academy and has helped hundreds of businesses fulfill their corporate culture dreams. He leads workshops and speaks regularly using his Alive, Thrive & Drive methodology and is host of The Culture Fix podcast. His 25 year span as an entrepreneur include
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EEC 240: How to Have Sustainable Success with Tutti Taygerly

Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC interviews Tutti Taygerly who is an executive leadership coach and professional speaker, supporting CEOs and tech leaders to embrace their unique leadership style to achieve professional impact. What triggered the move away from a comfortable corporate career as a tech executive to becoming a coach? How have your goals and approach to professional achievement changed through the years? Can you talk about your book and motivated you to write it? What has the role of design thinking played in your leadership? You're a surfer. How has that passion / hobby served you in life? Tutti Taygerly Tutti Taygerly is an executive leadership coach and professional speaker, supporting CEOs and tech leaders to embrace their unique leadership style to achieve professional impact. She's previously spent 22 years as a design leader at design firms, startups, and large companies including Disney and Facebook
09/08/202219 minutes 16 seconds
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EEC 239: Is Good Leadership the Same Across National Countries? with Salomé Trambach

Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC interviews Salomé Trambach who provides coaching and advice to leaders & entrepreneurs by elevating and empowering them so they can create more of an impact in life across cultures. What have you learned about leadership from working in 7 very different countries and cultures across the globe? How can leaders show up authentically in their day-to-day leadership role? Why is self-awareness important for leadership success? What questions should leaders be asking themselves daily to develop self-awareness? Salomé Trambach Salomé Trambach offers years of extraordinary success in a series of high level roles at top tier companies that include HybridLedelse.dk, Mentoring Club, LifeX, Softbank's Emerge Accelerator, China Experience, PriceWaterHouseCoopers Mexico, P.20, Gaia Solar, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark. Being the Founder for Salomé Trambach Leadership Coaching & Training, she pro
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EEC 238: How to Build a Large Audience Strategically with Erik Jensen

Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC interviews Erik Jensen who is the Co-Owner of Predictive ROI—an agency helping business coaches develop and monetize their position of authority. How to can coaches be recognized as an authority in their industry? How can coaches determine which type of content they should be creating? How can coaches generate revenue from the content they produce? How can coaches build an audience around their content? How can coaches turn leads into clients? Erik Jensen Erik Jensen has been a business owner since the age of 14, when he formerly operated a national juggling business that took him and his brother around the country. Now the Chief Strategy Officer at Predictive ROI, Erik developed the podcasting strategy that made the agency over $2M, which was featured in the book Profitable Podcasting. Excellent Executive Coaching Podcast If you have enjoyed this episode, subscribe to our
26/07/202229 minutes 24 seconds
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EEC 237: How to Embrace Risk Taking for Better Results with Angie Morgan

Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC interviews Angie Morgan, who served as a Marine Corps officer and led in pharmaceutical sales for Merck and Pfizer. Angie is an avid athlete — her competitive nature and motivation to win shows up in every client engagement as she inspires others to be their best. How do you define risk taking and why is it important? You wrote a book called leading from the front, what do you mean by that? How do you see would you see the expression of women's leadership different then men's leadership? What did you learn from the ROTC corporate marine training on leadership and how was it being a woman in a male dominated environment. What did you need to learn? What have you applied in the corporate world that you learned in the marine corps. What are the misconceptions about risk and why does it matter? Angie Morgan After serving as a Marine Corps officer, Angie led in pharmaceutical sales fo
19/07/202223 minutes 14 seconds
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EEC 236: How to Attract and Retain Employees Today with Andrew Bartlow

Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC interviews Andrew Bartlow who has 25 years of Human Resources and Talent Management experience at organizations across a wide spectrum of sizes, maturity stages, and industries. How do you help organizations articulate their HR people Strategy? What are the most common issues that HR leaders are encountering? How do you convince top management that they are the cause of high turnover? Why do you call your company Series B Consulting? You say there is no best HR practice. What do you mean? How to prioritize in high-growth organizations? Andrew Bartlow Andrew Bartlow has 25 years of Human Resources and Talent Management experience at organizations across a wide spectrum of sizes, maturity stages, and industries. He is the co-author of “Scaling for Success: People Priorities for High Growth Organizations,” has a master’s degree from the top program in his field, and has been
12/07/202223 minutes 31 seconds
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EEC 235: "What’s Your Next Best Move: A Franchise or Do-It-On-Your-Own,” with Rich LeBrun

Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC interviews Rich LeBrun who is the founder and CEO of LeBrun Advisory group Inc. and owner in the Franchise Consulting Company, working with clients around the US and many parts of the world. I am a senior executive who is thinking of ways to transition to another business. What are my options? What are 5 options for executives in transition? What are the differences between starting my own business or starting a franchise? What are the advantages and disadvantages of a franchise compared to starting a business without a franchise? What business profiles work best with franchises? Rich LeBrun Rich LeBrun is the founder and CEO of LeBrun Advisory group Inc. and owner in the Franchise Consulting Company, working with clients around the US and many parts of the world. Rich is an author of “What’s My Next Move”. Rich is a certified franchise broker (CFB) and commercial investment manager (CCIM
05/07/202222 minutes 15 seconds
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EEC 234: Leadership Made Simple With Four Pillars with Nils Vinje

Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC interviews Nils Vinje who accelerated from individual contributor to Vice President in 30 months. Every team he ran became a high-performing team. How to become the CEO of your career by applying the 4 Pillars of Leadership leading yourself leading others communication metrics How do you overcome feelings of the impostor syndrome? How can someone save 5 hours a week? Nils Vinje Nils Vinje accelerated from individual contributor to Vice President in 30 months. Every team he ran became a high-performing team. The process behind how he did this formed the foundation of his leadership coaching. Once Nils’ clients started using his playbook, the results were remarkable. Nils is offering FREE digital copies of his best selling 30 Day Leadership Playbook: Your Guide To Becoming The Leader That You Have Always Wanted To Be at <a href= "ht
28/06/202224 minutes 33 seconds
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EEC 233: Psychological Safety Through Improv Comedy with Michael Seelman

Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC interviews Michael Seelman who served in leadership roles at the White House, FBI, U.S. Department of Justice, and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. How did you get in to FBI? How did you first get involved with improv comedy? How does improv comedy relate to psychological safety? How do you use these principles in your own company? Did you perform improv comedy at the FBI? What made you go back to doing a PhD? Michael Seelman Over two decades, Michael served in leadership roles at the White House, FBI, U.S. Department of Justice, and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. He was often called upon to start up high-profile offices and initiatives. At the White House in Vice President Al Gore’s reinventing government office, he led a new gun violence reduction effort in collaboration with mayors and police chiefs. At the FBI, he was selected as the first global ch
21/06/202217 minutes 44 seconds
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EEC 232: Performing Better Together with Jeff Hunt

Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC interviews Jeff Hunt. Jeff has run both public and private companies, and sold, acquired, and merged numerous businesses. His expertise in employee performance management has helped clients improve engagement, experience, workforce alignment, and profitability. What strategies can organizations implement to improve goal achievement? Why is the traditional performance review broken and what should be done about it? How can teams change from "feedback" to "feedforward"? What is social capital and why is it so important for leaders? What are the best practices when managing remote teams? Jeff Hunt Jeff is President & CEO at GoalSpan, a performance management software as a service and consulting company in the San Francisco Bay Area. He founded GoalSpan in 2008, where his team has been assisting SMBs to improve performance and workforce alignment since. Jeff is a Certified Management Consulta
14/06/202223 minutes 48 seconds
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EEC 231: How to Make More Money and Make the World Better Place! with Derrick Kinney

Derrick Kinney is changing how you feel about money. He believes money is not bad and good people should have more of it. Listen in as Dr. Katrina Burrus talks to Derrick on this episode of Excellent Executive Coaching Podcast. You are a successful financial planning business, what made you decide to sell your business in 2020? How did you differentiate yourself from all the other financial advisors? You say that wealthy people aren’t the enemy. You say money is good and people should have more of it. Why do you mean by that? You wrote a new book, Good Money Revolution, which changes the way people think about money. You mentioned the 3 Good Money Levers. What are those and how can they help us make more money? Derrick Kinney Derrick Kinney is changing how you feel about money. He believes money is not bad and good people should have more of it. After applying these proven principles with thousands of clients, K
07/06/202218 minutes 57 seconds
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EEC 230: How to Lead Your Organization Through a Crisis PR Event with Dave Oates

Dave possesses more than 25 years of strategic public relations experience dealing with a wide array of adverse public events.  What are some examples of crisis situations? What are the two MUST DOs in any Crisis Communications matter? What are the two NEVER DO's in a Crisis Communications event? How does one prepare for a Crisis Communications matter? What is the best process to implement? Dave Oates Dave possesses more than 25 years of strategic public relations experience dealing with a wide array of adverse public events. Starting as a U.S. Navy Public Affairs Officer and later as a Corporate Chief Marketing Officer and Non-Profit President, he excels in expertly addressing a myriad of crises spans military, government, corporate, charity, and start-up environments. His Crisis Communications experiences, including handling employee and executive misconduct, cybersecurity attacks, product recalls, mass layoffs, large-
31/05/202226 minutes 18 seconds
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EEC 229: UNMUTED Leaders and Organizations with Heather Hansen

Heather Hansen will improve your communication and relationship-building skills that will help people advance in our post-pandemic, globally-dispersed world. What are the secrets to successful global communication? How do accents impact hiring decisions? How can the English accent be a form of bias? What are the consequences of not being understood as a North American going abroad as a leader for the first time? What advice can you give a leader to make sure his or her English is understood by foreigners speaking English? Heather Hansen Heather helps top global leaders show up, speak up, and inspire action in a changing world. She focuses on fostering unmuted communication across cultures where every voice is heard, resulting in greater inclusion, innovation and efficiency across remote and global teams. Excellent Executive Coaching Podcast If you have enjoyed this episode, subscribe to our podca
24/05/202224 minutes 49 seconds
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EEC 228: How High Performance Starts by Leading Yourself with Michael Sahota

Michael K. Sahota, CEC, controversial thought leader and keynote speaker revealing the truth about organizational realities and what it takes to create high performance. What is a shift of consciousness at the individual level as a leader and within an organization ? What are the tools and concrete examples to create that shift? How does this translate at the organizational level? How do you define consciousness? Michael Sahota Michael K. Sahota, CEC, controversial thought leader and keynote speaker revealing the truth of organizational realities and what it takes to create high performance. Michael is the founder and CEO of SHIFT314 Inc - a leadership training and consulting organization, specializing in new ways of working, Agile, Digital, Lean and Evolutionary Leadership. He is the co-creator of the SHIFT314 Evolutionary Leadership Framework (SELF) , an integrated system for organizational transformation that has the
17/05/202224 minutes 12 seconds
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EEC 227: How to Be at Peace Despite when Everything Seems to Go Wrong?

Don Joseph Goewey is the Executive Director of the Center for Spiritual Exchange and author of "Stop Fixing Yourself" "Wake Up, All is Well" and "The End of Stress: Four Steps to Rewire Your Brain". Find out how to rewire your brain to extinguish stress and be happy in today's episode. What is the key message from your book, Stop Fixing Yourself? What do you mean when you say, "All Is Well Even When Everything’s a Mess"? What is the relationship between neuroscience and happiness? What is Happiness As Your Natural State. How can you access it even if you are feeling anxiety, fear and depression? Don Joseph Goewey Don Joseph Goewey is the Executive Director of the Center for Spiritual Exchange, the official archive for the works of Anthony De Mello. Don is the editor of a new book entitled Stop Fixing Yourself / Awake Up, All is Well, based on Anthony DeMello’s practical spirituality (released b
10/05/202229 minutes
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EEC 226: Becoming a Leader of Transformation

Are you looking for a trasformation and not revert back to prior behavior? Listen as Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC interviews Nicole Jansen and find out how your transformation can start. Where does true transformation begin? When your 8-figure business failed, what did you do to have a resilient mindset? What essential qualities do you feel are lacking in leadership today? Nicole Jansen As a strategic advisor and leadership coach, Nicole Jansen has been empowering business leaders and entrepreneurs for over 30 years. Her vast experience in business, leadership and human behavior has uniquely equipped her to bring out the best in others. Her clients span 5 continents and range from start-up entrepreneurs focused on growing their business to industry leaders looking to use their influence to make a greater impact in the world. She is the founder of Discover The Edge and host of the Leaders Of Transformation Podcast, reaching listeners i
03/05/202226 minutes 58 seconds
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EEC 225: Executive Transitions - How to Successfully Transition into a New C-Suite Role

Are you taking on a new leadership job and you want to make sure you do not fail into the 40% of leaders that fail? How about the First 90 Days, isn’t that enough of an onboarding book? Can you walk the audience through the Double Diamond Framework© of Executive Transitions? What are the most common executive transitions challenges, why is there such a high failure rate & what is the true cost of failure to organizations? Navid Nazemian When it comes to executive transitions, Navid Nazemian speaks with an authority that is grounded in research and complemented by authentically demonstrated experience. His ICF accredited coach education took him on a three year journey across three continents in Europe, Africa and America. Working with 100+ C-level coaching clients worldwide, Navid distills key insights, guidance and coaching for maximizing leadership impact in this book. Using strategies designed to avoid and overcome obstacles quickly,
26/04/202227 minutes 55 seconds
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EEC 224: How to Come Back in the Face of Adversity with David Neagle

Do you know how you would respond when facing adversity? David Neagle in his interview with Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC will discuss a first hand experience with major adversity and how to get back on your feet. You have experienced a 5 million dollar embezzlement factor in your company that took you from being at the top to being at ground zero. What did you learn from that experience and how did you get back on your feet? How did you change your attitude and what was the consequences on your business? What did you learn that made the biggest difference? What was the biggest risk that you took and how did you get to that point? What do you think is the biggest determining factor whether a person succeeds or fails? David Neagle David as the President of Life Is Now, he helps clients gain the confidence and find the right mindset to increase their revenue, turning their endeavors into seven- and eight-figure ventures
19/04/202223 minutes 2 seconds
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EEC 223: How Can Men Support Women Leaders with Mark Grainger

Would you like to become a bold and courageous leader and be present at the decision-making table? Learn how to add your experience and perspective to be heard. What is the biggest challenge with the emerging of women leadership models? What's are three simple tools that women leaders can embrace to have more income, impact and influence? How can women leaders best support the impact economy? What is conscious capitalism and the possibilities it presents to women? Mark Grainger Mark Grainger is the Co-Founder of BigImactHQ - Providing more income, impact & influence for women experts who love to speak. Their "Speak Your Path To Cash" system has helped their clients generate over $51 Million in revenue for their own businesses while also being asked to speak on some of the world's most coveted stages including Tony Robbins, Good Morning America, TEDx Talks and "The View". Excellent Executive Coaching Podcast
12/04/202221 minutes 59 seconds
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EEC 222: Entrepreneur Success Strategies

How are your Communication and Presentation Skills? How does this effect your success as a leader? Learn how to move purposefully in your leadership role with Cheryl Wood. How to position yourself to get high ticket clients when you first start? How could anyone find endless speaking opportunities? How to scale your biz by creating your brand story. What are the top 5 elements of an unforgettable speech? How to become a Best Selling Author and land high ticket clients? Cheryl Woods Dr. Cheryl Wood is an international motivational speaker, best-selling author, and master speaker development coach for women. She is committed to empowering and equipping women with the tools to courageously share their unique voice, their story, and their subject matter expertise. Wood provides specialized speaker training for both corporate and entrepreneurial women who are ready to articulate their message in a manner that
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EEC 221: What Propagandists and Cult Leaders Can Teach US About Success

Are you susceptible to propaganda and persuasion? Hype truly runs our world today. What effects does it have on entrepreneurs? with Michael F. Schein. Hype is a word that often has a negative connotation. Why did you choose it for the title of your book? What key messages do you communicate in your book, the Hype Handbook? You've publicly called out a number of prominent gurus, including Gary Vaynerchuk, Tony Robbins, and Simon Sinek. What is your point of view about them? Why did you choose coaches and consultants for your company's target market? Why do you shy away from the word "marketing" in describing what you do? Is it really more helpful for your clients to promote themselves rather than doing the work for them? Michael F. Schein Michael F. Schein is the founder and president of MicroFame Media, a company that specializes in making idea-based companies famous in their fields. Some of his clients have i
29/03/202224 minutes 28 seconds
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EEC 220: How to Create Opportunities by Handing Over Control

Peter Docker in his interview with Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC will discuss how leaders can interact with others that will make the process of handing over control a smooth transition. "Leading From The Jumpseat," Share with us a leadership story where you transitioned from being the leader to helping other leaders. How did you transition from knowing? You talk about Humble Confidence in your book, what does that mean and why is it so effective? What was the cause of the plane accident in Tenerif where 500 people died? What can happen when we allow our team to choose to take responsibility? As a leader, what should we do when you are a leader of people that are more experienced than you are? Peter Docker Drawing on his 25-year career in the Royal Air Force, Peter Docker has spent over 14 years partnering with businesses around the world and encouraging them to Lead from the Jumpseat. Co-author of "Find Your Why," an
22/03/202222 minutes 38 seconds
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EEC 219: How Much Freedom Are You Willing to Experience?

Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC interview Ben Easter and discusses obstacles that may exist in the minds of entrepreneurs. When you develop a new business. You can often feel overwhelm, stuck-ness, procrastination, burnout imposter syndrome. How should you handle this? What happens when your business is going so well that you become boredom or complacent? How do you handle the fear of failure or rejection? What are the dangers of wanting to please people and not setting boundary? Ben Easter Benjamin Easter is the Founder and Head Coach at Lucid Shift Coaching where he helps freedom-seekers to develop the resources, strategies, and mindsets they need to build authentic businesses so that they can experience more meaning, fulfillment, and impact. Excellent Executive Coaching Podcast If you have enjoyed this episode, subscribe to <a href= "https://itunes.apple.com/ch/podcast/excellent-executive-coaching/id896373955?l=en&mt
15/03/202226 minutes 25 seconds
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EEC 218: Coaches Can Avoid Financial Pitfalls

Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC interviews Jessica Blasingame about how entrepreneurs should not overlook finances when structuring their business and setting their goals. What are the top areas most entrepreneurs tend to overlook when it comes to finances? How can entrepreneurs structure their business to be able to forecast better? How do you help your clients financially? How can entrepreneurs use financial reports to make key business decisions? What information is most important to review in a financial report? If you want to hire someone, what do you need to do financially to make sure this goes smoothly? How can entrepreneurs best prepare for tax season? Jessica Blasingame Jessica Blasingame is a CPA who specializes in financial services for creative entrepreneurs. She founded Beam Financial Group after working a corporate accounting gig that eventually took a toll on her health. She initially l
08/03/202219 minutes 22 seconds
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EEC 217: How to Decode Workplace Bias

Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC interviews Arthur Woods about being where you need to be with the knowledge of diversity hiring. How can companies reduce bias when hiring? What are the biggest problems you see in most companies’ diversity hiring efforts? What are the advantages of workplace diversity? What is the difference in approach to diversity in Europe and in the US? What personal experience has led you to focus on this area? How can HR teams improve their job descriptions to be less biased? What valuable insight can you share from work with YouTube’s Education division? Arthur Woods Arthur Woods is a social entrepreneur, LGBTQ+ advocate working at the intersection of equity and technology. He is the author of the up & coming book Hiring for Diversity and most recently co-founded Mathison, a venture-backed technological platform equipping employers with all they need to manage their diversity hir
01/03/202219 minutes 36 seconds
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EEC 216: Power to Say No and Get More Done!

Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC interviews Emily Ransome about establishing priorities so that you can achieve your goals for your business and your team. How do we get more done? How do we know what to say no to? How can I run a better business, instead of feeling like the business is controlling me? How do I get more accountability and self-discipline from my team? How do I leverage Social Styles to get more out of communication with others? Emaily Ransone Emily Ransone loves to say she is enjoying a very multi-faceted career these days. As a business owner, EOS® Implementer (business coach), Peer Group Facilitator with Twelve Mavens, published author, sought-after speaker and workshop facilitator, and active community volunteer, Emily has developed a passion for helping clients, friends and colleagues get more of what they want from life. As an entrepreneur and business owner, Emily and her two partners have b
22/02/202218 minutes 40 seconds
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EEC 215: If You Are A Speaker and NOT On YouTube, You are Leaving 6-figures on the Table

Do you struggle with the use of YouTube? What are the 3 keys to getting the YouTube Machine to Promote Your Content? What is the process to get people off of YouTube? How can you get paid to post content on YouTube? What are some strategies to help you on your YouTube journey? Drew Hitchcock Drew Hitchcock is the Owner of a YouTube Strategy Agency, focused on helping Authors, Speakers, and Entrepreneurs grow their audience and vision on YouTube. Drew has been featured in Forbes as well as the Evan Carmichael YouTube Channel. He is a guest instructor for Evan Carmichael's Movement Makers and Brandlytics Programs. Drew works with a wide range of clients from small business owners to Celebrity Authors, Speakers with over 1MM+ Subscribers. Excellent Executive Coaching Podcast If you have enjoyed this episode, subscribe to <a href= "https://itunes.apple.com/ch/podcast/excellent-executive-coaching/id896373955?l
15/02/202220 minutes 20 seconds
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EEC 214: The Vigilant Leader: Ensuring Your Past Success Doesn't Jeopardize Your Future with Len Herstein

Are you a complacent leader? What is complacency and why is it so dangerous to leaders and businesses? Why did you get involved in law enforcement and what did you learn? How does past success make us vulnerable? Isn't the opposite of complacency just paranoia? What are some things we can start doing right away to identify complacency and fight it with vigilance? Len Herstein Len Herstein has over 30 years of experience in business and brand marketing. Prior to founding his marketing and events company (ManageCamp Inc.), Len innovated, managed, and grew brands for major consumer packaged goods marketers, including Coca-Cola, The Campbell Soup Company, and Nabisco. Since 2015, Len has served as a Reserve Deputy Sheriff in Douglas County, Colorado. In his book, Be Vigilant!, Len combines all his experiences to provide a detailed roadmap for individuals and organizations to stop complacency, improve performance, an
08/02/202223 minutes 41 seconds
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EEC 213: Coaching Below the Surface: Diversity, Equity and Inclusion with LaTonya Wilkins

Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC interviews LaTonya Wilkins on how to become more inclusive. How do we truly create cultures of belonging in our workplace? What are organizations getting wrong when taking on diversity, equity, and inclusion? How do you distinguish between diversity, equity, and inclusion? What recommendations do you give leaders to be more inclusive? Why were we all born to exclude? What are the three biases that are destroying our relationships at the workplace? LaTonya Wilkins Founder of The Change Coaches and Author of Leading Below the Surface, LaTonya Wilkins partners with executives, upwardly mobile professionals, and teams to build cultures of belonging through highly customized coaching and learning experiences. She is a sought-after keynote speaker and has inspired audiences all over the world. She built her career working in HR, talent management and learning & development at Fortune 5
01/02/202217 minutes 54 seconds
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EEC 212: How Facial Coding Can Even Tell You If a President is Likely to Succeed or Fail with Dan Hill

Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC interviews Dan Hill answering the following questions about the importance of having facial expressions that truly reveals your thoughts. Which of the 7 emotions revealed through facial coding are the dominant ones? Which emotions are most likely to predict failure vs. success? From your work evaluating world leaders how do you identify a tendency to be either autocratic or inclusive? What emotional pattern suggests a bully or a dictator? What emotional combinations evoke attention, allow you to be memorable, and attract followers? How do you define contempt and what does it tell us about a person? Dan Hill Dan Hill, PhD, is the author of nine books, including Emotionomics, which was an Advertising Age top 10 must-read selection and features a foreword by Sam Simon, co-creator of The Simpsons. In 1998, Dan founded Sensory Logic, Inc. whose clients represent over 50% of the world'
25/01/202222 minutes 41 seconds
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EEC 211: Powerful, Persuasive Presentations with Patricia Fripp

Learn how to make life-changing, career-building, and truly unforgettable presentations as Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC interviews Patricia Fripp. What does it take to give a memorable presentation? How to get more results by speaking in public. How to be persuasive. What does it take to connect to every audience? How to build credibility. Patricia Fripp As a presentation skills expert Patricia Fripp helps leaders, engineers, and technical experts develop presentations that drive results. She is a Hall of Fame keynote speaker, executive speech coach, and sales presentation skills expert. Her online learning program, FrippVT.com Powerful, Persuasive Presentations, is embraced as a “must-have” by speakers and companies worldwide. Kiplinger’s Personal Finance wrote that learning presentation skills from Patricia Fripp is one of the best ways to invest in you. She is the author of three books and co-author of another thr
18/01/202228 minutes 32 seconds
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EEC 210: Do You Have GRIT? (Hint - It's not your typical grit!) with Laurie Sudbrink

Roll up your sleeves and get ready to tackle your workplace challenges as Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC interviews Laurie Sudbrink. What does GRIT stand for? How did you decide to write your book on GRIT? What is the biggest challenge you see in leadership development? Do you see any differences in coaching on GRIT with an individual leader verses with a team? Laurie Sudbrink Leadership expert and author, Laurie Sudbrink. has seen effective leadership that makes people want to step up and do more. She has also seen down-right terrible leadership that only inspires people to tell stories of the monstrous boss they have! Laurie developed the GRIT® system (Generosity, Respect, Integrity and Truth), which has participants to take control of their own happiness and productivity at work. Excellent Executive Coaching Podcast If you have enjoyed this episode, subscribe to <a href= "https://itunes.apple.com/ch/podcast/e
11/01/202227 minutes 7 seconds
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EEC 209: Igniting the True Nature of Money with Jennifer Love

Find your financial freedom as Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC interviews Jennifer Love, CEO of The Living Wealthy Institute. What got you into Money Therapy? Why do you think it’s important for business leaders, even those who may not be company founders, to work through their limiting beliefs about money? Can you tell me a little about the typical money mindsets you see across your various clients? What does Living Wealthy mean to you? If you could give your top 3 tips for business leaders and owners going into 2022 regarding money mindset, what would those be? Jennifer Love Jennifer Love is a wealth philosopher, money therapist and the founding CEO of The Living Wealthy Institute. She is a sought after advisor to world leaders and an international speaker, author and educator weaving the aspects of our humanity into her garden conversation about the nature of wealth. She’s an award winning, 5x career entrepreneur wit
04/01/202221 minutes 2 seconds
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EEC 208: Sell with Love with Finka Jerkovic

Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC, interviews Finka Jerkovic, President of FINKA Communications Inc. How is love the antidote to the fear that is holding us back in our business? How do you align what you LOVE to do with what is most valuable to your client to grow your business? How do you help your clients align with what they love? How can you transform your introversion into an asset in your life? Finka Jerkovic Finka Jerkovic is an author, international speaker, workshop leader and coach. As President of FINKA Communications Inc., she consults with clients in areas of personal branding, leadership, sales, client experience and employee engagement. She brings over two decades of experience in corporate Canada in the financial services industry, with an expertise in sales, leadership, communication, and coaching. Finka believes when you bring authentic leadership and a mission-based mindset to business, you can achieve inner fu
28/12/202120 minutes 39 seconds
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EEC 207: Rethink How You Reengage with Your People with Pamela Hackett

Pamela Hackett, a management consultant is interview by Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC. What is employee engagement all about given the post-pandemic environment? How to raise your head from technology and connect with your people using simple yet innovative practices. How to systematically address the festering employee gripes that cause teams to disengage. Simple principles you can start using today to boost workplace connectedness. Pamela Hackett Pamela Hackett has advised, led, and supported people through major change within some of the world's most prominent companies and brands throughout her 35 years in management consulting. She is the Global CEO of the international consultancy Proudfoot. Hackett is on a quest to help all companies build engagement. Her new book, Manage to Engage: How Great Managers Create Remarkable Results (Wiley; April 6, 2021), is a compendium of ideas and resources. Excellent Executive Co
21/12/202117 minutes 47 seconds
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EEC 206: Have More Bang for Your Book: Making Informed Publishing Decisions with Milli Brown

Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC interviews Milli Brown about her vision and goals to provide responsive publishing solutions for entrepreneurs, executives, thought leaders, and corporations. What is your story? How did you get into publishing? What is the most rewarding aspect of this job? How do you develop award-winning books for those who wish to retain the rights to their intellectual property? What is a hybrid Publishing system? What is the benefit to authors? Where do you see the business going in the next five to ten years? Milli Brown Ms. Brown forged a New Era in Publishing® in 1994 by launching a fiercely independent publishing house with an innovative business model that is now recognized by the industry as The First Hybrid Publisher. Milli Brown’s commitment to authors--building successful relationships and developing award-winning books for those who wish to retain the rights to their intellectual property—is the co
14/12/202127 minutes 45 seconds
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EEC 205: How to be Authentic without Losing Credibility with Elaine Bennett

Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC talks with Elaine Bennett about the importance of “being you” in all communication as they answer the following questions. What are the top communications mistakes that keep executives from advancing? How can clients position themselves for growth through speaking? Why you shouldn't try to be Oprah (unless you're Oprah) Why do you hate bullet points so much? What kind of humor works best in a business setting? Elaine Bennett Elaine Bennett’s name may sound familiar. She is an award-winning speechwriter and definitely not the lady from Seinfeld, whose last name was Benes. Elaine is a strategic messaging consultant. She advises clients from Fortune 50 CEOs to entrepreneurs on their messaging. She also creates and delivers trainings on how to improve the writing of everything from internal communications to speeches. Her 2019 TEDx Talk tackles the topic of how language can change the
03/12/202121 minutes 5 seconds
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EEC 204: Grow Stronger Leaders and Teams with Effective Communication Skills by Meredith Bell

Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC interviews Meredith Bell about the importance of sharpening your communication so that your leadership skills improve as well as the cohesiveness of your team. I’ve noticed that the name of your company is Performance Support Systems. What is the No. 1 thing organizations should be focused on improving to boost their performance? Which communication skills are most essential for effective leader-team interactions? Why is it that most learning and development programs don't produce lasting improvement in performance, and what's the solution? Frustrations are inevitable while learning a new skill, so what will motivate people to stick with it? What do you mean by “peer coach” and what does it take to be effective in that role? Meredith Bell Meredith Bell is co-founder and President of Performance Support Systems, a global software company providing assessment and development tools for the w
29/11/202122 minutes 16 seconds
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EEC 203: How to Write A Best-Selling Book with Vikrant Shaurya

Vikrant Shaurya shares his expertise in how to get a book published as he answers the following question during his interview with Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC. Why should anyone write a book? How do you build authority in your area of expertise? What do you need to do to create a best-selling book from scratch? How do you go from writing a book to winning high-value clients? What can your business do to help my listeners to get a best selling book? Vikrant Shaurya Vikrant Shaurya is the CEO and founder of BestsellingBook.com and is also a bestselling author. Back in 2017, Vikrant wrote P.O.W.E.R: The Success Mantra, which became a number one bestseller in one of the most competitive categories on Amazon, the Entrepreneurship category. It basically talks about how success has a lot to do with loving your job. Vikrant's latest book <e
23/11/202123 minutes 15 seconds
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EEC 202: Choose to Be Great. Get the Results You Want! with Sean Ryan

Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC interviews Sean Ryan as he shares his success in guiding organizations to develop strategies that lead to results. How do you align everyone in the organization? What are the seven gears that help organizations outperform? How do you help someone develop their strategy to create unique value? How do you help leaders engage their team to get results? Sean Ryan Sean Ryan is a world-renowned business consultant, speaker, trainer and executive coach. As the founder of Whitewater International Consulting, he has worked internationally with companies such as Disney, Nucor Steel, FedEx and Nestle Waters of North America/Perrier Group of America. With more than two decades of industry experience, Sean is highly regarded for his ability to guide organizations through complex transformational change in what he describes as “a world of perpetual whitewater.” His new book is Get in Gear: Seven Gears that Driv
15/11/202126 minutes 12 seconds
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EEC 201: How Could Your Business Use a Transformation, with Matthew Mottola

Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC interviews Matthew Mottola as he explains how entrepreneurs will be shifting to the “Human Cloud” to conduct business in the future. What are the benefits and drawbacks of building your business with freelancers? What will the world of work look like in 5 years? How to gain control over your career by hiring freelancers? How can companies reinvent themselves through hiring freelancers? How do you hire freelancers? Matthew Mottola Matthew R Mottola is a leading voice and entrepreneur building the ‘Human Cloud’, the remote and independent model of work that over half the US workforce will transition to within the next five years. As the author of #1 New Release The Human Cloud, he sets the standard for the Future of Work. As the CEO of Venture L, he enables freelancers and clients to execute remote outcomes at scale. As a Forbes Contributor, he shares the stories and operating insigh
09/11/202118 minutes 36 seconds
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EEC 200: The Leadership Journey in Our New World with Robert Mixon

Robert Mixon shares his strategies of empowering leadership styles in his interview with Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC. What has your leadership journey been like since you entered West Point in July of 1970? What did you learn by working for the army 33 years, then you worked for corporations for 22 years and now you are an independent for the last 5 years? What are your “Big 6” Leadership Principles? What are the leadership development program that Level Five offers individuals and teams? Tell us about your latest book," Who Saw This Coming: Now What Do We Do?" Robert Mixon Major General Robert W. Mixon, Jr. has achieved over three decades of extraordinary leadership success in diverse organizations, including the United States Army where he commanded the 7th Infantry Division and Fort Carson, Colorado prior to his retirement in 2007. Subsequently, he served in executive leadership positions in both for-profit and n
02/11/202121 minutes 28 seconds
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EEC 199: Mindfulness is Not "Just a Soft Skill" it's a Success Strategy with Janet Fouts

Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC interviews Janet Fouts about how individuals often get in their own way of reaching their full potential. You transition from being a digital marketer for 20+ years to being a Mindful Coach. What instigated this transition? How do you define mindfulness-based emotional intelligence? As a marketer, how has mindfulness helped you? What do you mean by "Microdosed Mindfulness"? How do those small moments impact the day-to-day of running of a business? How does compassion affect leadership skills and how is it different from empathy? Janet Fouts After 20+ years in the digital marketing industry, Janet's seen some things. She combines her love for entrepreneurship, communication, leadership, and community to offer approachable and real-world ways to deepen engagement in the workplace through mindfulness-based emotional intelligence. Excellent Executive Coaching Podcast
25/10/202118 minutes 46 seconds
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EEC 198: Accelerate Your Results with Ford Saeks

Ford Saeks share his strategies for helping entrepreneurs improve their results and dominate their market as he answers the following questions in his interview with Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC. What recommendations can you give to grow your business? What is the mindset for success? How important is digital marketing for business? What do you consider to be a thought leader vs an expert? What is the difference in pitching to the media versus doing marketing? Ford Saeks Ford Saeks, CSP, CPAE - Hall of Fame Speaker, is a founding member and past chair of NSA’s Million Dollar Speakers Group, he runs his own 7-figure speaking business, and has helped many well-known professional speakers, past presidents, CSP’s, CPAE’s, authors and consultants grow their businesses. From start-ups to Fortune 500’s, Saeks is widely recognized as a Business Growth Innovator. With over 20 years’ experience (ranging from retail to wholesal
19/10/202121 minutes 31 seconds
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EEC 197: Build a Winning Team That Will Ride Your Company to Victory with Erin Jewell

Erin Jewell explains to Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC her techniques on how to implement learning, coaching and organizational effectiveness. What instigated you to transition from healthcare to being a Mindset coach? What are some of the key components for a winning team? How can we developing a winning language? — that covers everything from creating a self-talk “script” to shifting the terms we use with teammates. How can we identify isolation in the team and in ourselves? What are 2 mindfulness techniques that we can apply as leaders to shift from stress to rest within a few minutes? Erin Jewell Erin Jewell, is an Executive Mindset and Performance Growth Coach, an International Speaker and a Professor of Leadership at Villanova University. She has over 20 years of leadership experience in the healthcare sector at fortune 500 companies like Pfizer, Boston Scientific, and Medtronic, and was the founder of her own he
12/10/202123 minutes 20 seconds
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EEC 196: What Can We Learn from a Match-Maker like Pari Livermore?

Pari Livermore shares her match-making strategies and insights with Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC and Pari answers the following questions. What made you start as a match maker? How do you match people together and on what criteria? What makes a good match maker? How do you get remunerated? What satisfaction do you get from being a match maker? How do you select your charities to donate what you make match making? According to you what are men and women looking for in their partner? How has that changed? Garland Vance Television host and charity fundraiser Pari Livermore is one of the nation’s most famous matchmakers. She is the author of, "How to Marry a Fabulous Man" and is best known as the host of Everybody’s Angels. She is often referred to as the <a href="https://parilivermorematchmaker.com/" target="_blank" rel= "noop
04/10/202125 minutes 20 seconds
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EEC 195: Kill Busyness Before It Kills You with Garland Vance

Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC talks with Garland Vance on how busyness does not always mean success for leaders as they discuss the following questions. What is busyness and how is it affecting us physically, emotionally, and relationally? What is busyness doing to leaders who we might coach? What are the 5 steps to get (un)busy? What are the four best practices of highly productive people who aren't busy? Garland Vance Dr. Garland Vance is an author, speaker, coach, and consultant. He cofounded AdVance Leadership to help overwhelmed influencers and leaders live with purpose, productivity, and peace. He is the author of Gettin' (un)Busy, which Forbes named as "one of the seven books everyone on your team should read." He lives in Knoxville, Tennessee with his wife of twenty years, Dorothy, their three kids and turtle. Learn more at AdVanceLeadership.live<
28/09/202124 minutes 47 seconds
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EEC 194: Transforming Success into Significance with Dan Clark

Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC talks with Dan Clark on how to create powerful and positive momentum shifts in your personal and professional lives as they discuss the following questions. How did you become a professional speaker? How did you transition from the HOW to the WHY? What is the Art of Significance? How do you turn a struggling organization around? What makes a good speech? What I need to do to go from where I am to where I want to be? Dan Clark Professor; High Performance Business Coach; Alumnus of the University of Utah (Psychology); Podcast Host; Gold Record Songwriter; Film Maker; an Award Winning Athlete who fought his way back from a paralyzing injury that cut short his football career; New York Times Best Selling Author of 36 books; a primary contributing author to the Chicken Soup For The Soul series; and was named 2012 Utah Father of the Year. Since 1982, Dan has spoken to more than 6000 au
21/09/202128 minutes 26 seconds
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EEC 193: Leadership for the Post-Pandemic Future: Adapting to a New Business World with Atholl Duncan

Atholl Duncan shares with Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC his strategies for success that will help leaders transform what they do and how they do it. What are the most memorable stories of, “Leaders in Lockdown”? How will the world of business change after COVID? What have global business leaders said about change? Will people want to get back to the way things were? Will the pandemic change what it means to be a successful business leader? Atholl Duncan Atholl Duncan is an evangelist for change in the post-COVID world of business. He is Chair of Black Isle Group, a group of leadership performance development specialists. Atholl is an executive coach. His new book is, "Leaders in Lockdown: Inside Stories of COVID-19 and the New World of Business." You can learn more at: www.athollduncan.com, <a href= "https://blackislegroup.com/lockdown/" target
14/09/202123 minutes 21 seconds
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EEC 192: What Is the Link Between Entrepreneurship, Relationships and Sex? with Joli Hamilton

Dr. Joli Hamilton talks with Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC about finding the game-plan in your relationships that will lead to better business results. Why is an entrepreneur's personal relationship different? What can someone do when they are struggling to decide whether to stay or leave a relationship? How does this relate to Brilliant Jerks? Is there a secret to having a fantastic sex life even if you have a massively busy life? How does relationships impact our lives and the business bottom line? How should one wait for a great relationship and instead plan for it? What advice would you give regarding jealousy? Joli Hamilton Dr. Joli Hamilton is a research psychologist, best-selling author, TEDx speaker, and AASECT (pronounced ay-sect) certified sex educator. She has spent the past two decades balancing a wild entrepreneurial spirit with a deep desire to have a secure, passionate partner (and she
07/09/202121 minutes 18 seconds
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EEC 191: Unleash Your Primal Brain to be a Better Leader with Tim Ash

Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC interviews Tim Ash and discusses the actions of entrepreneurs and explains the reasoning behind those as he answers the following questions. You wrote a book called "Unleash Your Primal Brain" What enticed you to write the book? Why should executives care about evolutionary psychology? How do you get more in-tune with your operational brain? What is important for your operational brain to function optimally? How does storytelling fit into creating powerful companies and brands? Can a corporate culture be created? How can a new leader identify the corporate culture in his new position? How do you relate digital marketing to evolutionary psychology? Tim Ash Tim Ash is an acknowledged authority on evolutionary psychology and digital marketing. He is a sought-after international keynote speaker, and the bestselling author of, “Unleash Your Primal Brain.” Tim has been mention
25/08/202122 minutes 15 seconds
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EEC 190: Business growth for 2022 and Beyond with Dr. Mary Kelly

Dr. Mary Kelly talks with Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC on how she guides professionals to navigate the economy, build their business and be true leaders. What do business owners and speakers need to know about the economy right now? What can businesses do right now that will increase revenues in 2022? How can business leaders and owners immediately increase team productivity? How should business leaders hold themselves accountable? How did being in the Navy equip you for running a business? Dr. Mary Kelly Dr. Mary Kelly improves profit growth. As an economist, corporate strategist, former Navy intelligence officer, and leadership development expert, Mary translates economic data into relevant information that business leaders can use to make the right decisions and grow their organizations. Author of 15 business and leadership books including The Five Minute Leadership Guide, 15 Ways to Grow Your Business in Every Ec
20/08/202119 minutes 41 seconds
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EEC 189: How To Make A Plan To Achieve The Financial Year Of Your Dreams with Mark Butler

Mark Butler shares with Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC his tips and insights of how he can help entrepreneurs achieve their financial goals as he answers the following questions. You work closely with people's money. How did you start your career taking care of coaches booking? What would you say about a client’s relationship with money? How does a person's mindset regarding money affects the success or non-success of an entrepreneur? How do you shift their perceptions to foster a more effective relationship with money? Too many entrepreneurs avoid looking at their financials because they’re terrified that the numbers might confirm their subconscious fear that their business is going to fail. How do you handle this and what are the advantages of being clear about your company's financial situation? Mark Butler Mark Butler is the founder of the accounting startup Let’s Do the Books, as well as the bookkeeper, CFO, and c
17/08/202119 minutes 39 seconds
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EEC 188: Lead From Within with Elie Dagher

Helping individuals discover their deepest leadership potential is the goal of Elie Dagher. Elie shares his insight with Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC as they discuss the following questions. What made you shift from your corporate job to founding your own business, "Lead From Within?" How did your coach certification help your career? How do you define leadership? What are your core values and how do you integrate your client's core values in their coaching journey? How has traveling and speaking several languages influenced your coaching? Tell us about your coaching retreats? Elie Dagher Elie is a Lebanese entrepreneur, business coach, and founder of Lead From Within. In the last couple of years, Elie has been invited as a guest teacher in universities and start-up incubators in the US and the Middle East (of which for example Columbia University). He has also been coaching high-achieving professionals and
09/08/202125 minutes 56 seconds
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EEC 187: How Do You Win High-Stakes Presentations with Ed Tate

Ed Tate presents his expertise in becoming a high-stake presenter with Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC as he answers the following questions. What is a high-stakes presentation? What does it take to become a high-stakes presenter? How do you help your clients become high-stakes presenters? Give us examples of how you helped non-sell people to win big contracts. How do you research information on the people you are presenting to? How can you use personal stories to make a difference? Ed Tate Ed Tate is an award-winning international keynote speaker, trainer, and author. To date, he has spoken professionally in 50 states, 25 countries, and on five continents. Using the principles he teaches, Ed Tate won the “American Idol of Public Speaking.”. He became the 2000 World Champion of Public Speaking - Toastmasters International’s most prestigious speaking award among its 357,000+ members. In 2008, Ed earned the Certi
03/08/202121 minutes 11 seconds
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EEC 186: How To Coach Family-Owned Businesses With Jonathan Goldhill

Jonathan Goldhill shares his strategies of guiding family-owned businesses with Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC as they discuss the following questions. Tell us about your background with your family's business? Tell us about your experience with consulting and coaching? How do you define the difference? What are the biggest challenges of a family-owned business? What is your approach to coaching family-owned businesses? Tell us about your 7 P's Playbook (or framework) for coaching? What is the name of your book? Jonathan Goldhill Jonathan Goldhill is a masterful business coach and personal strategist specializing in guiding next-generation leaders of family businesses to scale up their business as they take control over the leadership and ownership of the family business. Jonathan left New York for California at age 20 after his family’s large, privately-held men’s apparel manufacturing company—started by his
26/07/202123 minutes 41 seconds
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EEC 185: Leadership Coaching in Asia and China with Dr. Marjorie Woo

Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC talks with Dr. Marjorie Woo, MCC answering the following questions as they discuss Marjorie’s coaching styles and techniques in Asia and China and how they different from those in the US. What are your successful strategies for initiating coaching engagements? How do you involve key stakeholders differently in Asia and the US? How to help younger Chinese leaders to develop their leadership and what are the different challenges they have? What tips can you give to other coaches? Dr. Majorie Woo, MCC? Marjorie Woo, Ph.D., is the founder of Keystone Group Shanghai, Inc., a coaching service in China and Asia has worked with companies such as General Electric, IBM, Microsoft, and many more. She is the co-editor of LEADERSHIP COACHING IN CHINA. Excellent Executive Coaching Podcast If you have enjoyed this episode, subscribe to <a href= "https://itunes.apple.com/ch/podcast/excellent-execu
20/07/202124 minutes 9 seconds
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EEC 184: Use Passive Income to Increase Revenue with Lisa Johnson

Lisa Johnson talks with Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC about ways she helps businesses and individuals create more time, more freedom, and more money as they discuss the following questions. How did you become a specialist in passive income? How to use memberships to scale your business? What is your process to scale your business? What was your biggest challenge in developing your business? How do you use membership as a mean to scale your business? How do you leverage your social media? Lisa Johnson? Lisa Johnson is a self-made multi-millionaire business strategist specializing in helping entrepreneurs scale their businesses using passive income from memberships and courses. During the pandemic Lisa had a £1.7m launch as well as several others from £60k to £300k. After a tough childhood spent in social housing, Lisa went on to have successful careers in law, banking and the entertainment industry. Her backgr
12/07/202122 minutes 1 second
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EEC 183: When in a Crisis - Key communication Tips by Anthony Hayes

Communication is critical during a crisis and Anthony Hayes shares his tips on preparing with Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC as they discuss the following questions. Tell us what got you started as a crisis management specialist? When it comes to crisis communication what top pieces of advice would you give someone who finds themselves in hot water? What do you think of the Crown's response to Megan and Prince Harry's video? What about President Trump's style of communication? How did you see President Bill Clinton's response to his crisis situation? How do you help smaller businesses to prepare for a crisis such as COVID? As a person experienced with reporters, what recommendations do you have working with reporters? Who Is Anthony Hayes? The Hayes Initiative (THI), recently recognized with an honorable mention during the 2021 PRWeek Awards for “Best in Public Affairs”, is a certified LGBTQ-owned and
06/07/202123 minutes 26 seconds
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EEC 182: How To Think Differently About Creating And Keeping Real Estate Wealth With Sarah Poynton-Ryan

Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC talks with Sarah Poynton-Ryan about creating wealth as she shares her words of wisdom answering the following questions. What lead you to advise people in real estate? How do you distinguish a good and bad deal? Why is it dangerous to fall in love with the investments you make? What is a wealth mindset and a loosing mindset? What is you next best move in 5 years? What word of wisdom will you give our listeners about creating wealth? Why is socially responsible investing important? Sarah Poynton-Ryan? Sarah is an award winning entrepreneur, who believes in a world where people wake up in a safe, warm, comfortable bed. A property entrepreneur & investor turned business mentor has always been a grafter and high achiever. After her first business venture almost ruined her financially she turned things around when she took control and launched her current property & education
29/06/202122 minutes 22 seconds
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EEC 181: Leadership in My Opinion by Maya Roffler

Maya Roffler shares her thoughts about leadership with Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC as they discuss the following questions. Why do you think Women are the leaders of the future? Why are empathetic leaders the best leaders? What did you learn from being on a dating reality show? What have you found to be women leaders biggest challenges when first entering into the workplace? Tell us about brand strategy and even curation. Who is Maya Roffler? Maya has been in a leadership role for over ten years in corporate America as well as small startups. She feels extremely passionate about leading women and has found great success in her career. She has worked in corporate retail, startups, and the event production space for most of her career. She has led teams larger than a hundred and enjoys the challenge of bringing together a remote team. Her goal is to assist in creating successful individuals and that is different for e
22/06/202124 minutes 41 seconds
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EEC 180: The Challenges Of The Looming Silent Mental Health Crisis In The Workplace with Mark Morey

In today’s episode Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC talks with Mark Morey about understanding the workplace and how leaders can play a role. Some questions discussed in this episode are: What does nature bring to leaders? You provided leadership retreats at NIKE. What did that consist of? What did you learn from Google’s research on what makes good and productive teams? What are some of the causes of Burnout and what are some of the remedies? What is your three prong approach to connecting? Who is Mark Morey? Mark is a Human Connection specialist, solving the problem of employee and manager burnout in a way that strengthens company culture with enduring results. He works with executives and leaders with fiscal agency who are struggling with strategic approaches to the complexity of burnout and isolation in the workforce. As a human-connection specialist, he designs talent development processes that transform teams from d
14/06/202123 minutes 36 seconds
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EEC 179: The ART of Facilitation with Tina Clements

The need for feedback to unlock the full potential of a leader is discussed as Tina Clements and Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC answer the following questions. How did you learn of the difference between coaching, consulting, training and mentorship? Why do you feel executives shy away from coaching as a solution? How do you know when your employee is blocked from success or just stuck and can not move forward? What are the five choices you always have when you feel stuck? Are you a good coach? Who is Tina Clements? Tina Clements is a high-energy, hands-on keynote speaker, author, coach, facilitator, entrepreneur.com contributor, and successful leader. Before launching the BMW Group Joint Venture, The Retail Performance Company, LLC (rpc) in 2013, she worked for 10+ years within the BMW NA Organization and has been in the Learning & Development industry since 1996. Throughout her career, she has held leadership positio
08/06/202124 minutes 45 seconds
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EEC 178: Emotional Intelligence: The Human Side of Leadership with Robin Hills

Robin Hills talks with Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC about the emotional aspect of leadership as they discuss the following questions: Why is emotional intelligence so important? How can emotional intelligence be developed? What is the role of resilience in emotional intelligence? How can coaching help? What is so special about coaching focused on emotional intelligence? Who is Robin Hills? Robin is the director of Ei4Change, a company specializing in educational training, coaching and personal development focused around emotional intelligence, positive psychology and neuroscience. He has taught over 100,000 people in 175+ countries how to build resilience, increased self-awareness and understanding of others. His educational programs on resilience and emotional intelligence cover the most comprehensive and detailed education of any emotional intelligence organization and are today used in educational establishments i
02/06/202116 minutes 15 seconds
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EEC 177: Saving Children with Seth Berkley CEO of GAVI

Seth Berkley answers what led him to become the successful leader he is as CEO of GAVI the Vaccine Alliance while answering the following questions. Tune in! What is your leadership Strategy? What is one trait you possess that makes you an effective leader? Can you tell us a story of how you used that trait to build success? What were some of your most difficult challenges in your career and how did you overcome them? Take us to your biggest failure? What is one key takeaway from that experience, that drove you to success? Who had an impact on you in regards to your career path or one person who you regarded as a mentor in regards to leadership? How important is innovation within your company? How do you motivate the people who work for you? What is the biggest challenge facing leaders today? Can you explain the impact, if any, that social networking has made in your organization or you per
24/05/202126 minutes 25 seconds
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EEC 176: Shifting from 20th Century Rigidity to 21st Century Agility in the Workplace with Chris Kane

As many have had to re-image their workplace, Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC talks with Chris Kane about what the future looks like to entrepreneurs as he answers the following questions. What was your motto? "Where is my office" is the title of your new book. What instigated you to write on this topic? Considering most people don’t want to go back to 9-to-5, five-days-a-week working, what will the office of the very near future look like? What will the office look like in the future? You talk about the omnichannel workplace, can you comment on that? How has the corporate real estate sector lagged other industries when it comes to considering customer needs? Who is Chris Kane? Chris Kane has worked in the Corporate Real Estate sector for over thirty years, having operated as the Vice President of International Corporate Real Estate for The Walt Disney Company, before acting as Head of Corporate Real Estate at
18/05/202121 minutes 24 seconds
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EEC 175: Business Should Be A Force For Good with Diana Fryc

Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC talks with Diana Fryc about women in leadership and some of the obstacles they face in the business world as they answer the following questions. Why aren’t there more women in leadership roles (C-suite/VP) and how can we change this? What are the most surprising hurdles women in leadership keep running into? What are the different huddles between women of color and Caucasians? What will it take to make lasting change for diversity? How can we do a better job of educating people about Generation Z and Consumer buyers? Who is Diana Fryc? Diana believes that business should be a force for good and uses her networking superpowers to drive change in the food, beverage, and wellness industries, specifically in the areas of employment diversity, food equality, and the promotion of sustainable supply chain. She founded and hosts The Gooder Podcast where she interviews the powerhouse women leading on ever
10/05/202120 minutes 37 seconds
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EEC 174: How to Overcome the Urgency Epidemic with Brandon Smith

In answering the following questions, Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC discusses with Brandon Smith the “overdose of urgency” that individuals face and how it affects their business and personal life. What do you qualify as workplace dysfunction? How do you go about identifying a company's culture? What do you mean by “hot sauce” to describe urgency? What is the right dose of urgency for a leader to install and when does urgency simply mean firefighting? How do you see the benefits of face-to-face interview process compared to a 360 Degree Feedback System based on competencies? When does Executive Presence become essential according to you? Who is Brandon Smith? Brandon Smith is a leading expert in leadership communication and curer of workplace dysfunction. Known as “The Workplace Therapist,” Brandon is a sought-after executive coach, TEDx speaker, author and award-winning business school instructor. He has bee
04/05/202122 minutes 40 seconds
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EEC 173: Sales is NOT a Dirty Word with Steve Heroux

Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC talks with Steve Heroux about his sales experience and his teaching insight as he answers the following questions. What made you want to go into sales? When did you start your sales career? What's your greatest accomplishment? If you could start over in sales, what would you do differently? What tools do you use to train and teach salespeople that your competition does not? Who is Steve Heroux? With more than 22 years of success in sales and sales leadership, Steve Heroux has a passion and burning desire to change the way we look at sales. He is the CEO & Founder of Victory Selling, and he’s a leading authority in providing cutting-edge strategies on selling in today's marketplace. Steve is a Sales Development Expert, Professional Trainer & Keynote Speaker. Whether it's empowering you to become the best sales professional you can be, helping you inspire and drive the sales team you
26/04/202121 minutes 52 seconds
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EEC 172: How do Leaders Hire Rockstars with Molly McGrath

Hiring rockstars is the goal for entrepreneurs and in answering the following questions, Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC talks with Molly McGrath about ways to improve the hiring process and the challenges entrepreneurs face. How do leaders hire rockstars? What challenges do you see entrepreneurs and leaders face in hiring? How do you advise/assist/counsel business owners to improve their hiring process? What are the key components of onboarding/training? Who is Molly McGrath? Molly McGrath is a National Podcaster, decade long national blogger and 2 x Amazon #1 Best Selling Author. Since the late nineties, Molly has coached, consulted and directed presidents and founders of national organizations and over 4,000 small business owners in; executive-level leadership, continuous improvement and team empowerment initiatives to infiltrate new markets, leveraging partner ecosystems and producing profitability. Molly has 25+ years of sp
31/03/202122 minutes 33 seconds
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EEC 171: Are You Climbing the Right Mountain? with Tony Martignetti

Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC talks with Tony Martignetti on the importance of elevating leaders and helping them to find clarity in their lives as he answers the following questions. How did you initially become interested in coaching and helping people? What hurdles did you personally face in your journey and how did you overcome them? What inspires you to do what you do? What do most people not understand about you and your work as a coach? Who is Tony Martignetti? Tony Martignetti is a leadership development expert, entrepreneur, idea generator, and people connector. He brings together practical experience, formal training, and extreme curiosity, to elevate leaders and equip them with the tools to navigate through change and unlock their true potential. He loves guiding people to find clarity in their lives, so they are energized, fully present, and unstoppable. When leaders unlock their potential and lead from a pl
31/03/202117 minutes 8 seconds
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EEC 170: How COVID Changed The World Of Work Forever With Jeff Wald

Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC talks with Jeff Wald as he answers the following questions and discusses the need to be aware of future work predictions and how new technology doesn't always lead to jobs loss. Will the Robots and AI take all of the jobs? Why is the future of work NOT gig work? Why do you insist that new technologies don't often lead to job losses? How has the pandemic changed remote work forever? Who is Jeff Wald? Jeff Wald is the Founder of Work Market, enterprise software that enables companies to manage freelancers (acquired: ADP). Jeff has founded several other technology companies, including Spinback, a social sharing platform (acquired: Salesforce). Jeff is an active angel investor and startup advisor, as well as serving on numerous public and private Boards of Directors. Jeff is the author of the Amazon Best Seller The End of Jobs: The Rise of On-Demand Workers and Agile Corporations. Excellent Ex
31/03/202125 minutes 17 seconds
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EEC 169: Selling from the Stage - The Magic of Storytelling with Orvel Ray Wilson

Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC talks with Orvel Ray Wilson and answers the following questions as he shares ways our listeners can discover and deliver their unique message. Why do you say that stories are "magical"? Are there some simple rules we can follow to be better storytellers? Can you share some of the advanced storytelling techniques you teach? How can we be more effective at selling from the stage? How does your coaching work? If people want help, how can they reach you? Who is Orvel Ray Wilson? Best-selling author, award-winning speaker and executive speech coach, Orvel Ray helps other speakers, authors and professionals discover, develop and deliver their unique message to the world. Co-author of the legendary Guerrilla Marketing series, he's been voted one of the Top 5 Sales and Marketing speakers in the world a record 5 years straight. Excellent Executive Coaching Podcast If you h
31/03/202122 minutes 40 seconds
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EEC 168: Mr. Schmooze A Man Who Walked The Walk with Cody Lowry

Cody Lowry talks about the importance of having fun, building relationships and how to be appreciative and persistent as he talks with Dr. Katrina Burrus and answers the following questions. Give us a snapshot look at your background and how it influenced you? What are the ingredients of the Secret Sauce of a good relationship? What do you mean by Schmooze? What instigated you to write your book, "Mr Schmooze, what they should teach you at Harvard Business School". Who is Cody Lowry? Cody Lowry’s story is an upbeat and hilarious one. But it wasn’t always that way. His past knew poverty, abandonment, and a family that moved thirty-two times within a seven-year period. Yet today, he’s a Pied Piper of positivity with advice for everyone on how to make each day count. Cody has been a successful marketer for thirty years, building a multi-million dollar ad agency from scratch. How did he overcome his past to achieve su
24/03/202119 minutes
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EEC 167: Saving The World From Death-By-Meetings with Josh Little

The following questions are answered as Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC talks with Josh Little to discuss the importance of productive meetings and how leaders can lead more effectively. What are the problems with meetings? Are they not necessary for team meetings? How does this apply to working remotely? What is the impact on leaders wanting to reduce time spent in meetings and still want to lead effectively? How is current workplace communication inefficient ? How might a team increase inclusivity in a remote work environment? Who is Josh Little? Josh Little is the founder of four tech companies–Maestro, Bloomfire, Qzzr, and Volley–that have collectively been used by hundreds of millions of people. His work has been featured in Tech Crunch, Mashable, Entrepreneur, Inc., and Forbes. With two successful exits and third pending, he’s currently on a mission to save the working world from death-by-meetings with his fourth
16/03/202123 minutes 38 seconds
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EEC 166: The Common Path to Uncommon Success with John Lee Dumas

FIRE UP your entrepreneurial journey with strategies shared as Dr. Katrina Burrus ask John Lee Dumas the following question. How have people been lied to by the 'self proclaimed experts' in the online business world? What do you or people really want to achieve in their lifetime? What have you learnt on the way? What is your favorite step in the 17-step roadmap you created? What is the reason Entrepreneurs are failing at such a high %? Can you share some helpful tips about your book launch? Who is John Lee Dumas? John Lee Dumas is the founder and host of the award winning podcast, Entrepreneurs On Fire. With over 100 million listens of his 3000+ episodes, JLD has turned Entrepreneurs On Fire into a media empire that generates over a million listens every month and 7-figures of NET annual revenue 8-years in a row. His first traditionally published book, The Common Path to Uncommon Success is available for pre-ord
09/03/202114 minutes 22 seconds
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EEC 165: "How To Get To YOUR Carnegie Hall..." with Mike Rayburn

What does it take to be a well-known speaker? Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC and Mike Rayburn discuss how “What If” can become possibilities as they answer the following questions. Who are your most common corporate audiences and why do you think your "What IF" presentation works so well? As an expert on change and helping corporations and individuals, what is your philosophy, what do you want them to leave with? What are you working on, what's most exciting for you right now? How does your experience with over 5,000 live performances including headlining Carnegie Hall shape what and how you teach performance? One of your TED talks is about "becoming a life Virtuoso..." what is a virtuoso and how does that relate to non-musicians? Who is Mike Rayburn? Mike Rayburn is a two-time TED Talk Presenter, an innovative entrepreneur and Hall of Fame speaker who uses world-class guitar and comedy to teach change and innovation t
02/03/202123 minutes 24 seconds
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EEC 164: Think Small, Win Big with Maceo Jourdan

Have you ever thought that thinking small was the path to growth? Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC speaks with Maceo Jourdan on ways entrepreneurs can have a path of growth as they answer the following questions. How did you come to be a venture capitalist? Tell us about what you found important to make a sale? What relevance does this have to coaching for change and selling to clients? What do you mean when you say thinking small is the path to growth? Who is Maceo Jourdan? Maceo Jourdan is a serial entrepreneur with two decades of building businesses by creating great products and great marketing. His experience spans a wildly eclectic mix of practical real-world experience from the US Army to the cut-throat world of electronic trading. An early pioneer in computerized trading, Maceo built one of the earliest high-frequency trading systems for the S&P 500. When "pay per click" marketing platforms burst on the scene he translate
22/02/202127 minutes 43 seconds
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EEC 163: How to Get Out of Your Own Way: Powerful Mindset Shifts That Produce Immediate Results with Fabienne Fredrickson

Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC talks with Fabienne Fredrickson and answers the following questions as they discuss was entrepreneurs can strengthened their mindset and gain confidence. How specifically can we each have it “all”, whatever “all” means to each of us?  Is it possible to make twice as much as you’re making now, but working half the time?  Why does willpower never work long term and instead, what is it that creates lasting change?  Most people struggle to have a thriving business. How do successful women business owners make a great impact and never work on evenings and weekends? What are the Universal and Spiritual Laws to making good money and how can we use these in uncertain times? Who is Fabienne Fredrickson? Fabienne Fredrickson is a powerful catalyst for solo business owners who seek to make the greatest impact they can in their work all while creating certainty in their business and financial securit
16/02/202124 minutes 46 seconds
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EEC 162: How to Reach Optimum Performance Whether You Are an Athlete, Artist or Business Executive with Bradley Donohue

Do you feel you are not moving forward fast enough? Are your goals never being reached? Find out how you can accelerate your performance with this optimization program. Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC asks Dr. Bradley Donohue to discuss the questions below as Dr. Donohue explains how to reach optimum performance. The optimization programs you developed with support from the National Institute of Health in the U.S. (like the Optimum Performance Program for Sports) focus on mental wellness and performance at the same time. How do these programs differ from traditional therapies that focus on eliminating problems or pathology? Our society is very goal driven, and most of our audience has been taught about SMART goals (that goals should be specific, measurable, achievable, realistic and timely). Your team uses the term "Dynamic Goals" as a base component. Could you tell us how you create and monitor Dynamic Goals? I know there is a lot to it, but what's The Optimu
09/02/202121 minutes 2 seconds
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EEC 161: Helping New Leaders Become Performance Accelerators with Claire Chandler

Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC talks with Claire Chandler about how she helps companies scale with fewer growing pains and bottlenecks. As she answers the following questions, she gives insight on how leaders can become performance accelerators. You help new leaders become performance accelerators, how did you become interested in that subject? What is the biggest stumbling block for new leaders? How can leaders do a better job of getting their teams to follow them? What is the process you help leaders to unlock? Who is Claire Chandler? Working with many diverse startups and corporations over the last 25 years, Claire experienced that most companies fall apart once they start to scale. As a solution to this business time-bomb, she created the ’Whirlpool Effect’ - a revolutionary way to align your leaders and teams around a unifying vision that attracts, retains and motivates the right talent to achieve yo
25/01/202123 minutes 16 seconds
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EEC 160: Business & Cultural Survival are Now in Your Millennials Hands with Philip Zimmerman

Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC and Philip Zimmerman discuss how Millennial and Gen Z talent will change everything in business & culture over the next fifteen years. They discuss business and cultural survival as they answer the following questions: Tell us how you became interested in Milleniums? What are the global and economical shifts that have affected the workforce? If 70% of the workforce will be millennials in 2025, how is this going to significantly effect the workforce? What is the difference between the mindset of boomers compared to the millennials? How has the boomers and millennials been educated differently that makes what they bring to the workforce very different? What about the Genxers, what is their unique contribution to the workforce? Who is Philip Zimmerman? Philip scaled his first business to multi-million dollars before being acquired by a public traded company. He took another company
18/01/202125 minutes 34 seconds
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EEC 159: Robert “Bo” Brabo… from troubled teenager to the White House, and the Leadership journey along the way

Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC talks with Robert “Bo” Brabo about his leadership journey and they discuss the following questions: Tell us about your background? What is the different mindset between a military, corporate and white house politician? Why values-based leadership? How do you lead in a zero-defect environment (White House days)? Why is business acumen and leadership so important in people operations? What is the real value of conducting after-action reviews (AARs)? Who is Bo Brabo? Throughout his career, Robert “Bo” Brabo has always focused on the people, helping them tackle their business problems as if they were his own. Since retiring from the US Army as the Chief of HR Operations with the White House Communications Agency and Presidential Communications Officer for both Presidents Bush and Obama, Bo has served in several executive positions including most recently Vice President of Human Resou
11/01/202133 minutes 3 seconds
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EEC 158: Becoming a Credible Leader of Change with Nancy Murphy

Change is hard for many leaders. Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC discusses with Nancy Murphy what leaders can do to overcome this and how to lead change, as she answers the following questions: What is intrapreneurship and how is it different from entrepreneurship? Why do you focus your work on intrapreneurs? What common mistakes do most intrapreneurs make and what can they do to avoid them? What can leaders do to overcome resistance to change? How does someone know if they're ready to lead change? Who is Nancy Murphy? Nancy’s spent her career saying what others are afraid to – and learning to say it in ways that others will listen. She’s the founder and president of CSR Communications and creator of Intrapreneurs Influence Lab. Her passion is helping leaders of change within established organizations (intrapreneurs) influence and persuade others so that they can realize their vision for change faster, with less frustra
21/12/202020 minutes 38 seconds
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EEC 157: De-Stress for Success with Hilda Labrada Gore

Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC interviews Hilda Gore, a voice for healthy living. Hilda shares her insight on how to reduce stress and maintain a healthy lifestyle while living your best life as she discusses the following questions. People are so stressed right now. What are some simple recommendations you might give them to de-stress? How have you learned so much about ancestral health ways? What got you into podcasting? What tips do you have to share for those who want to start a show? Your podcast regularly appears in the top 200 of alternative health podcasts, what secrets from your success can you share? Who is Hilda Labrada Gore? Hilda Labrada Gore is the host and producer of the Wise Traditions and Tradiciones Sabias podcasts. A certified health coach, she has traveled the world exploring traditional practices for optimal well-being. Hilda shares the best of experts, experiences, and epic adventures on the podc
21/12/202024 minutes 42 seconds
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EEC 156: The Healing Powers of Animals during COVID with Dr. Elena Pezzini

Dr. Katrina Burrus talks with Dr. Elena Pezzini about her approach using animals to help leaders maximize their profits and increase their free time while reducing the stress in their lives. She covers the following questions as she shares her techniques. How can a pet help executives to have more balance in their lives? How can you help executives with stress reduction through connecting with pets? How can you exercise your leadership with animals? Who is Dr. Elena Pezzini? Elena Pezzini, PhD, is the founder and CEO of You Have Got The Power, Inc. and manages the non profit foundation, You Got The Power, 501c3. Elena's vision is the commitment to make this world a better place to live, for ourselves and the generations to come: houses for all people and animals, training and education, financial training, human rights for everyone; and a clean, ecological, sustainable land for all of us! Elena and her team use posi
17/12/202020 minutes 38 seconds
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EEC 155: How Do You Get Along With Someone You Disagree With? with Luis Gonzáles

By discussing the following questions, Dr. Katrina Burrus talks with Luis Gonzáles about how one can use their communication skills, experiences and leadership skills to build trust and grow a healthy relationship. In a business environment, how does one disagree with someone without damaging the relationship? How does a new leader of a team build trust, especially when the trust has been eroded? How has your international work influenced/sharpened the way you communicate? What are your recommendations for leaders to make the transition from face to face training to virtual? Who is Luis Gonzáles? Luis Gonzáles is a communications consultant, coach, and trainer, with more than 25 years’ experience in helping improve business outcomes for organizations. He has successfully driven learning initiatives incorporating effective communication, cross-cultural communication, customer satisfaction and soft-skills training.<
15/12/202029 minutes 26 seconds
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EEC 154: How To Get Referrals Without Asking with Stacey Randall

Dr. Katrina Burrus discusses with Stacey Brown Randall the importance and impact of referrals as they answer the following questions. What is a referral? Where do referrals fit in our sales strategy? How not to get a referral. Where do you start to generate referrals? Who does your methodology work best for? Who is Stacey Brown Randall? Stacey Brown Randall is the multiple award-winning author of Generating Business Referrals Without Asking, host of the Roadmap to Grow Your Business podcast and national speaker. She has had the privilege of helping well-known corporations and franchises but her focus is on small business owners and solopreneurs including HM Properties, O’Connor Insurance Associates, Keller Williams Real Estate, Farris Cooke CPA, Tyra Law Firm, Nicole Odom Coaching, Slater Interiors, HF Financial, Kintsugi Home Staging, Financial Symmetry, Rae Images, CAJA Bookkeeping, and hundreds more.</
07/12/202025 minutes 15 seconds
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EEC 153: Leading in Uncertain Times - A Fighter Pilot’s Guide to Leading in Complexity with Brandon Williams

Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC talks with Brandon Williams about leadership development and how high performing teams navigate complexity. Brandon shares more of his expertise as he answers the following questions:   How did you start Lead Tac? How does your philosophy on leadership help entrepreneurs? How can the Human Factors Leadership help one be a better leader? What are the common Human Factors you observe with clients? What considerations are essential when leading through uncertainty?  Who is Brandon Williams? Brandon Williams, CEO and Founder of Lead Tac Consulting, is an accomplished and results-oriented leader, top business speaker, executive consultant, and technical expert with proven leadership experience in managing cross-functional teams and organizations. His experiences as a United States Air Force F-15E Fighter Pilot and Officer leading diverse teams of men and women from all backgrounds set t
02/12/202031 minutes 47 seconds
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EEC 152: Drive Your Career with Ed Evart

Dr. Katrina Burrus talks with Ed Evart about his new book that is hot out of the press Drive Your Career. They continue their conversation with the following questions: What are nine high impact ways to take responsibility for your own success? What are three valuable coaching activity and behaviors one can do to improve their career? 85% of his clients want to have a positive relationship with their boss. Ed tells us why this is so important and a few behaviors to implement. Take time to think with yourself on how to drive your career How do you take the time to think more strategically? Be the most curious person in the room To learn more about the 6 high impact ways to take responsibility for your own success, <a href= "https://www.amazon.com/Drive-Your-Career-High-Impact-Responsibility/dp/1734500409/ref=sr_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=Drive+your+Career&qid=1605470995&sr=8-3" target="_blank" rel="n
19/11/202026 minutes 42 seconds
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EEC 151: How to Level Up Your Hiring Process with David Russell

Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC interviews David Russell and discuss the importance of the hiring process and how to avoid the big mistakes. What’s the #1 objective leaders should have when hiring? What’s the biggest mistake made in hiring? Why are assessments worth the cost in the hiring process? We seem to hire good people most of the time. Why is a hiring system so important? Are there steps in a hiring process that every leader absolutely must do? If so, why? Some managers never interview new hires that report to them. It’s done by HR or their boss. How is that a good or bad approach? What’s the most expensive hiring mistake? Why do people hire you to interview job candidates instead of just having you teach them how to do it? Who is David Russell? David Russell is the creator of the #1 Hiring Goal system, the most effective way for entrepreneurs to hire in any economic conditio
12/11/202025 minutes 18 seconds
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EEC 150: From Showbiz to Rockstar Speaking: How to Compete in a Saturated Market with Jennifer Lier

Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC interviews Jennifer Lier and discuss how she went from being in showbiz, to a rockstar speaking bureau. What is your background? How did you get started? How has your past work helped you today? What can people do to get started in the speaking industry? What is your best advice to speakers? Who is Jennifer Lier? After an illustrious 25-year career as a headline vocalist and on-camera talent, Jennifer Lier founded National Keynote Speakers in 2015, the most progressive speakers bureau in the country. She quickly caught the attention of large bureaus around the country and was recruited to join the Executive Speakers Bureau team in 2019. Today she is an expert in the speaking industry and is treasured by her clients. Asi
09/11/202027 minutes 56 seconds
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EEC 149: How Losing Your Job Can Leave to a Dream Lifestyle with Jim Palmer

Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC interviews Jim Palmer and asks him the secrets to his success. What were his 4 pillars of success? How did he come to work on the imposter syndrome? What changed his mindset from approaching money as a resource from an expense to an investment? How can a "what if" mindset derail your dream and how can you change that? Who is Jim Palmer? Jim Palmer is a serial entrepreneur, marketing expert and an in-demand small business coach. Captain Jim is the founder of the Dream Business Academy, a live business building seminar, and Dream Business Mastermind and Coaching Program. He is a video marketer and podcaster who has taught thousands of entrepreneurs both virtually and one on one in his mastermind and coaching programs. He’s written and published seven books about marketing and business building strategies and has started and grown multiple six figure businesses. Excellent Executive
02/11/202027 minutes 58 seconds
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EEC 148: How to Lead Without Apologizing with Kathi Kulesza

Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC interviews Kathi Kulesza and asks her what is her expertise. Kathi encourages women to take-action to become known in your area of expertise. Kathi Kulesza, is a board member of the National Speaker’s Association (NSA) of Las Vegas and she will explain what it took for her to become a public speaker and known as the person for helping women lead without apologizing. Other intriguing topics discussed are: What strategies did you use to become a public speaker and how did you come to the expertise, “Helping Women Lead Without Apologizing?” How did you benefited from being a member of NSA, Las Vegas and NSA, National? How did you become known as the person for helping women lead without apologizing? How can someone become known for their expertise? Take-action and become known. Start speaking. Join NSA to develop your busines
26/10/202028 minutes 49 seconds
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EEC 147: Be Irresistible to Your Desired Clients with Matt Johnson

Dr. Katrina Burrus interviews Matt Johnson who explains the concept of being MicroFamous and how it differentiates you from your competition. Being MicroFamous entails being a thought leader in your field. Katrina asks Matt: What kinds of strategic advice can business coaches offer their clients on how to craft their brand messages more effectively? In what ways do podcasts stand out as an efficient medium for building a business as opposed to other formats like video, radio, speaking, and engagements? What techniques have you applied in creating a 6-figure business that reached profitability in such a short time? Tune in to learn ways to move your business forward and have clients come to you instead of chasing them. Who is Matt Johnson? Matt Johnson is a marketing agency founder, podcaster, and musician. Matt runs a podcast launch & production agency based in San Diego, an international team that helps busin
19/10/202026 minutes 34 seconds
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EEC 146: Fear(less) Mindset with Rebecca Heiss

Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC interviews Rebecca Heiss, and here are the nuggets that came out from the interview. Your brand is all about being fear(less) tell me what that means to you. Why are we so focused on negative things? How do our stone-aged brains hold us back? What are the most tangible things we can do right now for a more fear(less) mindset I hear that you hate the phrase "when life gives you lemons make lemonade"....tell me more about that!  Who is Rebecca Heiss? Dr. Rebecca Heiss is dedicated to helping us overcome our evolutionary limitations – the ancient fears that hold us back, fears that we’re often not even consciously aware we have.  Her research has been designated “transformative” by the National Science Foundation and it is waking up audiences around the world. Excellent Executive Coaching Podcast If you have enjoyed this e
12/10/202022 minutes 40 seconds
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EEC 145: Why Do Finances and Relationships Go Hand in Hand with Kiné Corder

Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC interviews Kiné Corder, and here are the nuggets that came out from the interview. Katrina asked what do all peak performers have in common that affects their relationships Why does Kiné see finances and relationships go hand in hand? Does the search for wealth denote a lack of finding meaning in what they do or does it fulfill a void that the relationship has not been able to fulfill? Katrina asks what can be done to do the necessary changes and what is controllable? How can your definition of wealth derail you and how can you redefine your idea of wealth? Katrina asks her favorite question, which is, what necessary to coach/teach people effectively? Who is Kiné Corder? Kiné spent over 15 years in financial services before making the shift to therapy, and since money is still the number one reason couples get divorced, Kiné has really dedicated her life to helping people redefine their
05/10/202030 minutes 56 seconds
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EEC 144: Why Emotional Intelligence Does Not Work When Coaching

Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC interviews Kim Ades on her coaching techniques: Kim makes an important point that, empathy, (putting yourself in another person’s shoes and feeling what they are feeling) can be paralyzing. What is more important to develop is, “emotional resilience.” Listen to the EEC podcast to learn how you can leverage emotional resilience? What coaching mistakes are you making as leaders? Find out more! Katrina teases out valuable information from Kim how she has potential clients see coaching as an essential service? Katrina asks Kim why she thinks journaling is so important. Who is Kim Ades? Kim is the President and Founder of Frame of Mind Coaching™ and JournalEngine™ Software. Author, speaker, entrepreneur, coach and mother of 5, Kim is recognized as one of North America’s leading experts on performance through thought mastery. Excellent Executive Coaching Podcast If you
28/09/202021 minutes 7 seconds
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EEC 143: How the Best Teams Pivot in Times of Crisis and Change

Shawn Rhodes is interviewed by Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC and discusses the following: How does a war correspondent become an international expert in business performance?
 And what are the areas most entrepreneurs and business leaders struggle with when it comes to systems?
 Let's talk about sales. What are the areas where even professional salespeople struggle that you help with, and how do you do it?
 When it comes to continuous improvement, how do we make progress every week in our businesses?
 What's the first thing we should do to begin mapping systems so we can eventually scale our sales and operations? Who is Shawn Rhodes? Bringing what the highest-performing teams on the planet use to execute their missions in challenging environments to businesses, Shawn speeds up project time by as much as 34% and improve profitability by as much as 24%. In addition to proven results achieved for organizations from Fortu
21/09/202028 minutes 50 seconds
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EEC 142: Why Branding Is So Important When Recruiting?

Amber Hurdle is interviewed by Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC and discusses the following: Why Branding is so Important When Recruiting? What makes recruiting talent difficult in today's job market environment? Why does the person you interviewed seem so different than when you first interviewed them 6 months ago? How can you best use data to hire talent? How do you align the exterior branding with the interior branding? Who is Amber Hurdle? Amber Hurdle is the CEO of Amber Hurdle Consulting, a multi-award- winning talent optimization firm that pioneers using both science and marketing principles to strengthen customers’ brands from the inside out. Hurdle helps overcome costly business problems like ineffective recruiting, turnover, underperformance, declining morale and leadership gaps by clearly connecting her clients’ people strategy to their business strategy for measurable bottom-line results. Excellent Exe
14/09/202026 minutes 7 seconds
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EEC 141: How I Found My Why and "Why" Is It So Important to Know?

Corey Poirier is interviewed by Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC and discusses the following: Why is important for someone to find their why? What would you like your legacy to be? What is The Power of NO? Why is LifeLong Learning important? What would you tell your younger self? Who is Corey Poirier? Corey Poirier is a multiple-time TEDx, MoMondays and PMx, Speaker. He is also the host of the top rated ‘Conversations with PASSION’ Radio Show, founder of The Speaking Program, bLU Talks, and he has been featured in multiple television specials. A columnist with Entrepreneur and Forbes magazine, he has featured in/on CBS, CTV, NBC, ABC, is a Forbes Coaches Council member, and is one of the few leaders featured twice on the popular Entrepreneur on Fire show. Excellent Executive Coaching Podcast If you have enjoyed this episode, subscribe to <a href= "https://itunes.apple.com/ch/podcast/excellent-execu
07/09/202026 minutes 49 seconds
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EEC 140: Creating a More Productive Business Culture

Liz Kislik is interviewed by Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC and discusses the following: How leaders can create a productive business culture. Communications in business (including what goes wrong, and how to make it right). Facilitating better teamwork among employees, including what to do when a team is unable to work well together, how to deal with problem employees, etc. Employee engagement, retention, attracting top talent. Self-management, emotional intelligence, self-care for leaders. Who is Liz Kislik? For 30 years as a management consultant, executive coach, and facilitator, Liz Kislik has helped clients such as American Express, Orvis, The Girl Scouts, Guthy-Renker, Janssen Pharmaceuticals, and Highlights for Children solve their thorniest problems while strengthening their top and bottom lines. Her specialty is developing high performing leaders and workforces for organizations, from the Fortune 500 a
31/08/202025 minutes 55 seconds
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EEC 139: Transforming Brilliant Jerks

Toxic workplaces sometimes start at the top. Difficult, abrasive leaders can create a culture of tension, fear, and abusive behavior at every organizational level. Those types of leaders may produce results, but their actions also lead to dysfunction and employee turnover. I call these profiles Brilliant Jerks. They are brilliant in what they do but difficult, if not impossible, to work with. Dr. Katrina Burrus, Master Certified Coach since (2002) from the International Coach Federation has a discussion with another Seasoned Coach, how Dr. Katrina coaches these Brilliant Jerks. Listen to the discussion between Kim Ades, a seasoned coach, interviewing Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC. About Dr. Katrina Burrus: Dr. Katrina Burrus, CEO/found of Excellent Executive Coaching LLC, is known for “Fast tracking leaders to the C-Suite and Beyond” and for “Transforming Brilliant Jerks into Inspiring Leaders.” Clients often comment that working with Katrina enlighten
24/08/202039 minutes 12 seconds
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EEC 138: How I Leveraged My Mistakes to Create a Successful Business

George McGehrin is interviewed by Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC and discusses the following: Tell us how you started your businesses and how you turned your mistakes into a successful business model? Considering what is going on with COVID-19 and your difficult business experience in 2008, what advice to you have for struggling businesses? What is your number one rule that you think business owners should follow launching a new business? (in business for 20 years) Why is it important to have a strong personal brand? Any easy sales playbooks that you implement that you would say can double someone's business within 30 days? Who is George McGehrin? For close to 20 years, George has run a national executive search/recruiting firm mostly dealing with executive search and leadership at the C-Suite level such as CEO, CFO, CTO, CMO, CIO roles throughout the US, Europe, and South America. Clients include small startups to glo
19/08/202026 minutes 9 seconds
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EEC 137: What are the different approaches between psychotherapy and coaching

Manon Dulude is interviewed by Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC and discusses the following: How did you come to add coaching to your practice as a psychotherapist? How are coaching and therapy different? When you researched for your Ph.D., there was a surprising discovery, can you tell us about that? Being a psychotherapist, how do you assess and coach clients differently than others coaches might? You and your colleague created a, "Coaching Continue Model" and how does this apply to coaching leaders?  Who is Manon Dulude? Manon has worked as a Leadership Coach to senior executives and key officials in the following sectors: IT, Financial, Government, hotel, crown corporations, and the non-profit. She has developed curriculum and delivered training programs to many organizations in the areas of coaching, leadership and team development, collaborative conflict resolution, and effective communication. Manon brings over 15
10/08/202028 minutes 14 seconds
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EEC 136: How to Thrive on LinkedIn

Dana Lindahl is interviewed by Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC and discusses the following: Why are some people are successful on LinkedIn and others crash and burn? What are some things people do wrong on LinkedIn? Why is LinkedIn the best place to become an authority in your industry? How do you become a thought leader on LinkedIn? How has outbound lead generation changed in the last couple of years? What is ABM (Account Based Marketing) on LinkedIn and how best to use it? What is the current state of outbound lead generation in this current 2020 environment? Who is Dana Lindahl? Dana Lindahl is the founder of Legendary Leadgen – one of the first outbound focused marketing agencies. He and his team have been helping B2B service companies and marketing agencies grow since 2014. His specialty is in helping companies set sales appointments with their ideal prospects, as well as est ablishing them as an
03/08/202024 minutes 41 seconds
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EEC 135: How To Do Less To Make More

Crista Grasso is interviewed by Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC and discusses the following: Why is running your business lean so critical for next level growth? How do you achieve balance in business to build sustainable success? How do you build a high performing team that is just as passionate about your business as you are? What scaling secrets have you found working with multi-billion dollar businesses that entrepreneurs should be using? What is your strategy for growing a business that doesn't result in overwork and overwhelm? Who is Crista Grasso? Crista Grasso is the creator of the Lean Out Method. Crista strongly believes that simplicity and focus are the keys to crafting a superior business, and she's on a mission to help businesses lean out so they can accelerate sales and scale to uncharted heights. The Lean Out Method™ is based on the fundamental belief that when you are leveling up your business and buildi
27/07/202018 minutes 6 seconds
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EEC 134: What It Takes To Be An Anchor

John Langeler is interviewed by Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC and discusses the following: What prompted you to become an anchor? Tell us about your background? You are currently a co-anchor for KLAS. Explain who you are talking to on KLAS every morning? What would you say makes a good anchor? How did you win another Emmy award in 2017 for your initial coverage of the October 1 shooting on the Las Vegas Strip? You coach people to articulate a message clearly and simply? What tips could you share with us to do precisely that? What advice would you give someone, "How to talk to the journalists?" Who is John Langeler? At a young age, John was fascinated with sports broadcasting. His dream job was to be the play-by-play announcer for the New York Rangers. Over time, that interest morphed into journalism. His career began at KPAX in Missoula, Montana, serving as news reporter and for a time, sports anchor. After f
20/07/202024 minutes 22 seconds
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EEC 133: Authentic Connections Given the Current Crisis

Amy Lynn Durham is interviewed by Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC and discusses the following: What can leaders do to bring authentic connection and meaning to a "beer after work" team build? Given the current COVID-19 situation where everyone is physical distancing, how can we forge authentic connection via virtual meetings and even virtual happy hours? With the hundreds of employees that you've managed, what have you found has been the most effective way to bring diverse, competitive personalities into a more collaborative space? What have you done in the past when you had individuals that didn't get along, or didn't necessarily like each other on the team? What are some ways to set an intention to transform a team to becoming collaborative and supportive of each other? At what point did you discover that utilizing your expense budget on employees for a cocktail or dinner after work wasn't the most effective way to connect? </
13/07/202018 minutes 48 seconds
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EEC 132: Difference Between a Brilliant Jerk and a Demanding Leader

The Brilliant Jerk often responds with anger which is a form of the fight strategy when faced with a threat. Employees are aggressed and don’t get enough support to resolve issues, and they are left feeling disempowered, depressed, and confused about what to do. The demanding leader has high expectations of the desired outcome but when employees have failed their task, the demanding leader suspends judgement, thinks before reacting, and, therefore, is better able to listen to issues and find a constructive solution for the employee. About Dr. Katrina Burrus: Dr. Katrina Burrus, CEO/found of Excellent Executive Coaching LLC, is known for “Fast tracking leaders to the C-Suite and Beyond” and for “Transforming Brilliant Jerks into Inspiring Leaders.” Clients often comment that working with Katrina enlighten leaders to empower co-workers to walk the extra mile. She is a keynote speaker and has published Managing Brilliant Jerks and Global Leadership a body
06/07/20205 minutes 30 seconds
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EEC 131: The 5 Languages to Work-Based Relationships

Dr. Paul White is interviewed by Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC and discusses the following: You talk about the 5 Languages to work-based relationships. What do you mean by this? Is recognition the same as appreciation how millennials differ from older employees? How do you apply the 5 Languages to work-based relationships? How responsive has the market place been to your resources? What have you learned from the work you have done with businesses? How has the appreciation affected the ‘bottom line’ of businesses? What is most important for leaders to understand? Who is Dr. Paul White? Dr. Paul White, PhD, is a licensed psychologist who has worked with individuals, businesses and families in a variety of settings for over 20 years. He received his B.A. from Wheaton, his Masters from Arizona State, and his PhD in Counseling Psychology from Georgia State University. He consults with successful businesses and high net wor
03/07/202021 minutes 40 seconds
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EEC 130: Actionable Leadership Strategies

Tracey Jones is interviewed by Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC and discusses the following: What are some actionable leadership strategies? Tell us more about the Leadership - Followship relationship. How to coach/teach people effectively? Why does reading matter and how you can make it your strength? Challenges that have come up when competing with Amazon on book sales? Who is Tracey Jones? As a former Air Force officer, she has four decades of leadership experience. She has written eight books and is also the president of Tremendous Leadership, which has one goal - change world one book at a time. She believes that philanthropy and community engagement are at the heart of leadership. The profits of Tremendous Leadership support The Tremendous Trust which has provided over $1.3 million in donations over the last eight years. Excellent Executive Coaching Podcast If you have enjoyed this episode, subscribe to <a h
22/06/202019 minutes 15 seconds
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EEC 129: How to Access your Charisma when giving a TedTalk

Michelle Barry Franco is interviewed by Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC and discusses the following: What’s the magic to moving through speaking anxiety so it doesn’t get in our way during a presentation?
 How do you best prepare for a TedTalk? How do you access your charisma when giving a TedTalks?
 What is your book's key message, "Beyond Applause: Make a Meaningful Difference through Transformational Speaking? Who is Michelle Barry Franco? Michelle Barry Franco works with executives, founders and entrepreneurs who want to lead with clarity, conviction and heart, whether it’s their team, their clients or their audience. With more than 20 years as a high-level speaking and messaging coach, she has helped leaders share their message and story on TEDx stages and at the best conferences in their industry. Michelle is committed to helping leaders tap their innate clarity and confidence so they can serve at the highest level in thei
15/06/202022 minutes 14 seconds
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EEC 128: Thriving While Going Remote

Daniel Ramsey is interviewed by Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC and discusses the following: How do entrepreneurs take their businesses + employees to remote work & stay productive? What are some of your favorite business hacks to increase efficiency and productivity in this changing market? How do you lead in a crisis with a CEO's mindset? What to say to your clients, vendors, and employees? How do you benefit from, manage & motivate: virtual professionals, virtual teams, a geographically dispersed team, a distributed team, or a remote team? Who is Daniel Ramsey? Daniel Ramsey is the founder & CEO of MyOutDesk, the highest-rated Virtual Assistant company in the marketplace with over 400 5-star reviews, and over 13 years of experience, serving more than 5,000 clients across the US and Canada – including over half of the RealTrends:tm: Top 10 teams. Daniel is a long-time licensed real estate b
08/06/202024 minutes 41 seconds
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EEC 127: Why Positive Thinking Is Not The Answer with Janet McKee

Janet McKee is interviewed by Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC and discusses the following: How to combat today’s pervasive negativity and fear? Why positive thinking and mindset are not the answer and can be harmful? How to discover your unbelievable power to achieve a life of passion, purpose, and prosperity? How to become the next-stress free millionaire? Who is Janet McKee? Janet is a former Fortune 500 corporate executive, where she nearly died from a massive burnout. After making a massive career leap, she now helps people achieve success on their terms without being insanely stressed. Janet Co-Authored a Best-Selling book with success legend, Brian Tracy and she also wrote Stressless Success. Excellent Executive Coaching Podcast If you have enjoyed this episode, subscribe to <a href= "https://itunes.apple.co
01/06/202023 minutes 47 seconds
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EEC 126: What Are the Dangers of Social Media?

Ali Shah is interviewed by Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC and discusses the following: What is Tapebook? What are the dangers of traditional social media? How can we protect ourselves from the dangers of social media? How can you create meaningful connections that last an eternity? How can you make understanding data actionable? Who is Ali Shah? Ali comes from a technology background and has started five companies, but he experienced a transformational journey in South America that took him to where he is today. He realized when we personally connect with others, we improve our mental health, feel a sense of belonging, and strengthen our relationships. Traditional social media has erected barriers between humans, and hijacked our natural way of communication. Texting, posting memes/links, sharing filtered images does not bring us closer as human beings, nor does it allow us to meaningfully connect with each other.
25/05/202022 minutes 34 seconds
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EEC 125: What is the Mindset of the Effective Entrepreneur?

Joe Trodden is interviewed by Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC and discusses the following: What is the mindset of an effective entrepreneur starting up? How to transition from an employee to an entrepreneur?
 What are the biggest lessons learned from coaching 300+ entrepreneurs of all stages?
 Could you tell the story of leaving a 'cozy' job? What is the feeling that something isn't right and how do you take your life to the next level? How do you become a true leader when starting up and how does it change with an established company? Who is Joe Trodden? Joe Trodden is a mindset coach has helped 300 entrepreneurs over the past 10-years. These entrepreneurs come to Joe to work on the next level of their strategy growth and to develop their mindset to become effective entrepreneurial leaders. Joe believes that mindset is the single biggest factor in success for entrepreneurs. The journey is incredibly difficult
18/05/202029 minutes 11 seconds
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EEC 124: What Are the Signs of Burnout?

Susi Hately is interviewed by Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC and discusses the following: Many people who are burnt out won't actually say they are burnt out. Why is this? What are signs of burnout? Why is awareness really the secret weapon of leadership and next level success? In this time of COVID, why is internal connection so important to coming out better than we came in? How to start a mediation practice? Who is Susi Hately? For over 25 years, Susi has been the bridge between the medical world and yoga – helping people out of pain, and enabling burnt out executives and entrepreneurs get back to their game, regain clarity of mind, get better rest, and to finally feel like themselves again. She is a best-selling author and has created two programs that were studied at the University of Calgary - Yoga Thrive (cancer recovery) and another for those with Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis. She has published or produced ten
11/05/202024 minutes 20 seconds
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EEC 123: How to Identify Your Mental Blindspots

Mia Hewett is interviewed by Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC and discusses the following: You've created a line of intelligence. Tell us how you can to that point to create exactly that? How can you no longer fear people’s judgments? How can you no longer fear failure? How can you eliminate the fear of success? What can you do to stop being a prisoner of your own mental chatter? Who is Mia Hewett? Mia Hewett has co-owned and operated a seven-figure business, is an international speaker, and a world-class business coach. Mia is the founder of Aligned Intelligence™, a methodology that removes all blind spots, fear, anxiety, and self-doubt leaving you feeling "free to be Me.” This allows her clients to stop secretly struggling and live in alignment with their dreams so that they can scale to 6 and 7-figures the fast way. Mia has helped hundreds of entrepreneurs who've always known they were meant for more a
04/05/202024 minutes 26 seconds
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EEC 122: Coach the Person, Not the Problem

Marcia Reynolds is interviewed by Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC and discusses the following: When coaching, how do you shift from an external problem-solving focus to an internal focus of shifting perspective and possibilities? Explain how Reflective Inquiry is different from how most coaches were trained to coach. In your new book, Coach the Person, Not the Problem, you break down 5 Crazy Coaching Beliefs. Would you list the beliefs and what coaches should believe instead? What are your best tips for coaching in times of crisis and uncertainty? What are the 3 Mental Habits you suggest coaches cultivate to make their skills more effective? Who is Marcia Reynolds? Dr. Marcia Reynolds, Master Certified Coach helps coaches and leaders make every conversation a difference-making experience. She has provided coaching and training in 41 countries, is the Training Director for the Healthcare Coaching Institute in th
27/04/202024 minutes 37 seconds
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EEC 121: One Common Mistake Most Entrepreneurs Make

Terry Ogburn is interviewed by Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC and discusses the following: How does one maximize the business during the coronavirus? What special skills should a leader possess during a crisis? How did you navigate the economic downturn in the 80s? What is one common mistake most entrepreneurs make when they become unproductive? A special offer for the Excellent Executive Coaching podcast listeners? Who is Terry Ogburn? Terry has developed a Process that helps Entrepreneurs and Business Owners learn the importance of Working On Their Business Instead of being caught up in the day-to-day grind. His unique system and personal devotion to the development of others has contributed to the success of hundreds of small to large business ventures. Here’s a Link to Understand What Terry Means When He Says, “We Should
20/04/202030 minutes 42 seconds
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EEC 120: How to Coach Clients Effectively About Money. Tax Tips and Tricks

Wendy Barlin is interviewed by Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC and discusses the following: How to coach clients effectively so they can get results? How does personality affect your perspective on money? How business owners can keep more of their money through smart tax deductions that is, how your dog's grooming could be deducted? What are some Business cash flow strategies? Why '‘profit first’ approach is important? What are the biggest lessons you learnt while being in business? What advice would you give someone that is looking for a tax advisor? Who is Wendy Barlin? Wendy Barlin helps digital entrepreneurs minimize their taxes and increase their profits. She’s been in business for 25-years, and has worked with thousands of entrepreneurs and business owners. Most recently, she wrote That’s Deductible! Simple Tips and Tricks to Find More Business Tax Deductions. Excellent Executive
13/04/202019 minutes 53 seconds
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EEC 119: How to Overcome the Anxiety of Uncertainty

Michael O'Brien is interviewed by Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC and discusses the following: What helped you from your near death cycling accident that might help us with this period of uncertainly with the coronavirus? What are three approaches that help individuals with the anxiety of uncertainty? What was the mindset that helped you transition from a high paying corporate job to be an independent? Who is Michael O'Brien? Michael O’Brien PCC is the Chief Shift Officer at Peloton Executive Consulting. He elevates successful corporate leaders by preventing bad moments from turning into bad days as he illustrates in his current book, My Last Bad Day Shift. His award-winning, best-selling memoir Shift: Creating Better Tomorrows chronicles his Last Bad Day and near-death cycling accident recovery journey. He has shared his inspirational story on the TEDx stage, with multiple Fortune 500 companies, Entrepreneur, Fast Comp
06/04/202025 minutes 41 seconds
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EEC 118: Mindsets - The Key to Unlocking Greater Success

Ryan Gottfredson is interviewed by Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC and discusses the following: Why should executives and leaders be concerned about their mindsets? What examples do you have that speaks to the role mindsets play in leader effectiveness? What mindsets do executives and leaders need to develop to become more effective? How can leaders learn what mindsets they currently have? How can they develop the more positive mindsets? Who is Ryan Gottfredson? Ryan Gottfredson, Ph.D. is a mental success coach and cutting-edge leadership consultant, author, trainer, and researcher. He helps improve organizations, leaders, teams, and employees by improving their mindsets. Ryan is currently a leadership and management professor at the Mihaylo College of Business and Economics at California State University-Fullerton (CSUF). He holds a Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior and Human Resources from Indiana University, and a B.A
30/03/202024 minutes 13 seconds
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EEC 117: How to Coach a Remote Team Successfully

Jason Treu is interviewed by Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC and discusses the following:  How do you develop great teams remotely? How do you show your team you care? What does research say about developing extreme trust within a virtual team? What exercises do you recommend to develop trust in a team? When working at home, how do you protect your family life when working in confinement at home? Who is Jason Treu? Jason Treu (pronounced Troy) is an executive coach who works with executives, entrepreneurs and rising stars to maximize their leadership potential and performance. He also helps them build and execute their career blueprint. He's the best-selling author of Social Wealth, a how-to-guide on building extraordinary business relationships, which has sold more than 45,000 copies. He was a featured speaker at TEDxWilmington 2017, where he debuted his breakthrough team building game Cards Agai
23/03/202025 minutes 4 seconds
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EEC 116: The Rise of the Beta Leader

Jeffrey Hull is interviewed by Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC and discusses the following:  What are the major changes you are seeing on the leadership landscape today?  Why are these important? What led you to write FLEX? What are the key success factors for developing what you call "leadership agility"?  Why does this matter? What is "somatic leadership" and why is it so important today? How can organizations succeed -- from start-ups to multi-nationals--in today's disrupted world? What is the distinction between "alpha" and "beta" leaders and why does it matter? Who is Jeffrey Hull? Jeffrey Hull, Ph.D. BCC is CEO of Leadershift, Inc. a leadership development consultancy based in New York City and author of the best-selling book, FLEX: The Art and Science of Leadership in A Changing World, from Penguin-Random House in 2019. A highly sought after speaker, consultant and executive coach with over twen
09/03/202030 minutes 24 seconds
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EEC 115: Artificial Intelligence and How It Can Help Coaching

Ross Ingram is interviewed by Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC and discusses the following:  How do you define Artificial Intelligence? Why do you think AI is important to incorporate into a coaching process? How can technology be applied to a personal relationship? How can you protect confidentiality if coaches are journaling into your App? Will Robots take over a coach’s role in 5 to 10 years? Who is Ross Ingram? Award-winning technologist known for launching category-defining products. As part of the early team at Sphero, he helped grow to over two-million robots around the world alongside the Star Wars and Disney brands. His contributions to advancing technology and STEM in the classroom have been recognized by leaders in the education industry, including President Barack Obama and the National Science Foundation. More recently he spent time at the Advanced Technologies & Projects (ATAP) lab focused on redefin
24/02/202024 minutes 21 seconds
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EEC 114: Search Optimization

Steve Wiideman is interviewed by Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC and discusses the following:  How to grow any coaching business with SEO? Biggest lessons from being in digital marketing industry for 20-years? The recipe for his agency's success? What are the new trends in social media? How do you stay abreast of a sector that is constantly changing? What social media channels should coaches focus on? Who is Steve Wiideman? Steve is a a professor, and a true practitioner of search optimization. Most marketers come and go, while he has been in business since 1988. When he's not leading his team of SEO consultants for franchise and eCommerce brands, he's a cheeseball romantic, entertaining dad, and world traveler with a passion for life, embracing culture and diversity. Steve’s current projects include a transparency service for small businesses, an online training program, and he experiments with h
17/02/202025 minutes 31 seconds
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EEC 113: Five Levels of Deep Listening

Oscar Trimboli is interviewed by Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC and discusses the following:  Why does listening matter in leadership more than ever? What is the difference between a good listener and a great listener? Who are the four villains of listening? How can you listen to what’s unsaid? Listening is relational and contextual - how do you listen differently? What does it mean to say that “Everybody sees in color, but they listen in black and white”? What is the cost of not listening? Who is Oscar Trimboli? Oscar Trimboli is a quest to create 100 million Deep Listeners in the world. As a former marketing director at Vodafone and Microsoft, Oscar has always been passionate about the importance of listening to his customers. Oscar and his teams were renowned for time listening to customers in the call centre as well as the market research summaries. Oscar brought this passion to next generation le
27/01/202033 minutes 13 seconds
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EEC 112: Be More Effective and Fulfilled in Business with Comedy

Chris Tabish is interviewed by Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC and discusses the following:  What is comediology? How did the principles of comedy help in business? How do you integrate the principles of comediology to help management consulting clients or using it in management? What are the essential elements for being humanistic? How do you help Fortune 500 companies be successful? Who is Chris Tabish? Chris is a passionate, transformational growth leader with over 20 years of experience successfully leading and delivering all aspects of complex implementations at the Fortune 500 Level including strategy, program management, technology, change leadership and process improvement. Specialties include: Program “turnarounds”, Program and change leadership for large-scale process and technology implementations, Defining and aligning executive stakeholders to a common vision and leading large, distributed teams to a
21/01/202024 minutes 39 seconds
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EEC 111: How to Have a Competitive Advantage with Talent Management

Anita Graham is interviewed by Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC and discusses the following: Why is talent management so important to VF? What are the 3 focus areas for managing talent? What does good talent management look like? What does talent management have like impact on culture and business? How do we encourage on-going growth at VF? How do you use talent management to make a difference at VF? Who is Anita Graham? Anita Graham is Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer of VF Corporation. She joined VF in January 2014 and is responsible for leading all aspects of human resources across the corporation globally, including developing integrated programs to support the company's strategy, business plans and objectives. Previously, Ms. Graham served as Senior Vice President, Chief Human Resources and Administration Officer at ADT Corporation, where she led the HR, EHS and Corporate Communications
13/11/201926 minutes 16 seconds
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EEC 110: Critical Crisis Moments

Bill Coletti is interviewed by Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC and discusses the following: How do you determine a crisis situation? How can a leader prepare for a crisis situation that could jeopardize his/her career? When a leader shows up unprepared for a crisis, what can they do? What is a crisis vs. critical moment vs. a difficult business issue? What are the skill sets of those serving leaders that make a difference in a crisis? What are the leaders greatest fear when managing a crisis? Who is Bill Coletti? Bill is a reputation management, crisis communications and professional development expert, keynote speaker, Wall Street Journal Risk & Compliance panelist, and best - selling author of Critical Moments: The New Mindset of Reputation Management. He has more than 25 years of global experience managing high - stakes crises, issues management, and media relations challenges for both Fortune 500 companies
03/10/201923 minutes 38 seconds
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EEC 109: Biggest Lessons Coaching Top CEO's

Tom Eddington is interviewed by Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC and discusses the following: How to be less stressed when running a business? How top leaders integrate their work and personal lives? Why emotional intelligence matters? Why vulnerability is essential to a great leader/entrepreneur? Biggest lessons coaching top CEO's. Who is Tom Eddington? Tom Eddington is one of Silicon Valley’s top business advisors. He can talk about how striving for balance is stressing you out ­– Just about every leader Tom works with brings up the idea of balancing work and life, yet the idea of “balance” is “dualistic thinking, an old way of thinking, an old way of being,” he says. He explains how conscious leaders integrate their work and personal lives.
26/09/201920 minutes 33 seconds
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EEC 108: How to Play Big

Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC interviews Tara Mohr and talks about practical wisdom for women who want to speak up, create, and lead. Tara is an expert on women's leadership and well-being.  What does it mean to play big and why are so many women playing small? Why is confidence not the answer to self-doubt/inner critic? How do we unhook from praise and criticism and why is it important for women in particular to do so? What are the common mistakes we make around discovering our purpose and callings, and how can we start pursuing our most important callings, no matter what our circumstances? Who is Tara Mohr? Tara Mohr is an expert on women’s leadership and well-being. She is the author of Playing Big: Practical Wisdom for Women Who Want to Speak Up, Create, and Lead (PenguinRandomHouse), named a best book of the year by Apple
19/03/201922 minutes 47 seconds
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EEC 107: Develop Your Human Capital

Dr. Katrina Burrus interviews Jeffrey Magee and talks about how to develop your human capital and management and why it is so important to us. Why is human capital development and management so important to us? After being downsized from a Fortune 100 firm while in your early 20's, what has that experience had on you and what can our viewers gain from your experience? You have been invited to speak at the World Congress on Leadership twice. What was that experience like? You have written many books, but one has been a best-seller for twenty years. How do you explain its continued success? How was your published quarterly magazine, Professional Performance Magazine, first created? How are you able to get the prestigious interviewees to share their insights? Who is Jeffrey Magee? Jeffrey Magee has been called one of today's leading "Leadership & Marketing Strategists." Today,
05/03/201914 minutes 57 seconds
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EEC 106: Tips from the Video Guru

Dr. Katrina Burrus interviews Amy Landino and talks about how she got started with creating videos and shares her top three tips to make money and proper. Why did you get started with video? What should brands be focused on? How do you stay consistent with video content? What video equipment do you recommend for beginners? What are your top three tips for someone who wants to get started with video right now? Who is Amy Landino? Amy Landino is a globally-recognized YouTuber, speaker, author, and entrepreneur. She coaches people on how to go after the life they want at YouTube.com/AmyTV. Owner of two creative companies - Aftermarq and Vlog Boss Studios - Amy consults with a global clientele about leveraging online communication and video content marketing to increase brand awareness. In her best-selling book Vlog Like a Boss: How to kill It Online with Video Blogging, she shares her collection
16/01/201922 minutes 33 seconds
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EEC 105: Pinpointing How to Find a Quality Executive Coach

Dr. Katrina Burrus interviews Dr. John Reed and talks about his book Pinpointing Excellence: How to Find a Quality Executive Coach. What is your professional background and experience? What have you seen in the executive coaching field that prompted you to write the book? How has it been helping readers? Why? What have you seen in the executive coaching field since the book was released that makes it even more relevant now? What are the key messages from the book do you express to help those considering executive coaching services? Is there any difference in advice you would give between current coaches and those planning to enter the field? Who is Dr. John Reed John founded and has been a Managing Principal since 2005 at Quinn Reed Associates (www.quinnreedassociates.com<
30/11/201822 minutes 29 seconds
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EEC 104: From Bombing Speeches to Becoming World Champion of Public Speaking

Dr. Katrina Burrus interviews a World Champion of Public Speaking: Darren LaCroix. You’ve been coaching professional speakers, corporate presenters, executives as far away as Ukraine, what do you see at the biggest mistakes more presenters make? How can presenters create Unforgettable Presentations? I know you teach experts to build their business through speaking, why do emphasize multiple streams of expert income? You talk a great deal about stories, why are stories so important in presentations? Who is Darren LaCroix Darren travels the world demystifying the process of creating a powerful presentation. His story has roused audiences in faraway places like Australia, Singapore, Saudi Arabia, China, Oman, Malaysia, and Taiwan with his inspirational journey from Chump to Champ. He is passionate about showing people that if you are a sponge and have the right mentors, anything is possible. Darren is currently the on
05/04/201822 minutes 42 seconds
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EEC 103: Building a Lean Mean Lead-Generating Machine by Patrick Almond

Dr Katrina Burrus, interviews Patrick Allmond who is a 19 year veteran of the business world and creator of the “Own Your Empire” marketing system, his own unique structured way of achieving success in the digital marketing world.  Business owners come to Patrick to learn how to be rockstar marketers in their industry using the internet for lead generation, digital TV, social media and email marketing.  In addition to consulting he travels the country speaking at events showing people how to generate results so they don’t waste their time or money. 
09/03/201815 minutes 16 seconds
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EEC 102 Building Your Personal Brand To Be Successful

Building Your Personal Brand To Be Successful Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC interviews Chris Ducker about developing your personal brand while answering the following questions: 1) Why should entrepreneurs be focused on building their personal brands? 2) What's the one thing we should be doing to build our personal brands? 3) How can we monetize our brands, once they’re built? 4) Where did you get the idea for your Youpreneur Community? What inspired you to start it? 5) You’re a big lover of live events and hold them around the world each year - why live events? Chris Ducker is a serial entrepreneur, keynote speaker and author of the bestseller, “Virtual Freedom”. Originally from the UK, Chris has lived in the Philippines for 15-years, where he hosts the annual Tropical Think Tank mastermind event and has founded several businesses, which combined house over 450 ful
26/10/201724 minutes 19 seconds
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EEC 101 How to Build a Successful International Law Practice

How to Build a Successful International Law Practice Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC ask Mr. Xavier Oberson what he attributes his success to in Building a Successful International Law Practice? "Express your knowledge in a simple way," says Xavier Oberson.  "Take a niche market aspect of law and develop it to an International level"  "What made you so well known?"  I like to entertain and teach.  Playing music, teaching and speaking at conferences is entertainment " "I do it in a humble and entertaining way but with good content and I use anecdotes to teach". What about Switzerland's tax, legal and fiscal regime? "If Switzerland goes in the right direction, Switzerland has a lot of potential" Switzerland has a strong legal system with independent judges"..... What was the most difficult time in your career and how did you overcome it? I went to Harvard Law School and I was nobody there. Nobody knew me there. I was among other very smar
13/10/201726 minutes 33 seconds
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EEC 100 Saving Children with Seth Berkley CEO of GAVI

Saving Children with Seth Berkley CEO of GAVI Seth Berkley answers what led him to become the successful leader he is as CEO of GAVI the Vaccine Alliance while answering the following questions. What is your leadership Strategy? What is one trait you possess that makes you an effective leader? Can you tell us a story of how you used that trait to build success? What were some of your most difficult challenges in your career and how did you overcome them? Take us to your biggest failure? What is one key takeaway from that experience, that drove you to success? Who had an impact on you in regards to your career path or one person who you regarded as a mentor in regards to leadership? How important is innovation within your company? How do you motivate the people who work for you? What is the biggest challenge facing leaders today? Can you explain the impact, if any, that social netwo
05/10/201726 minutes 33 seconds
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EEC 099 Failure to Leadership Success: SWISS International Airlines

Failure to Leadership Success: SWISS International Airlines If Swissair went bankrupt in the past, Swiss International Airlines in Swiss Romand is beginning to thrive with Lorenzo Stoll and stay tuned, it is just the beginning.  Dr. Katrina Burrus asked what does he attribute some of his leadership success at Swiss International Airlines with the following questions: What is one trait he possesses that makes him an effective leader at Swiss? How does he overcome challenges? What routine does he attribute his success at Swiss International Airlines? How does he relieve his stress? What is one piece of advice he would give to a younger version of himself? For you, Lorenzo Stoll shares his biggest failure and his biggest passion. <img class="alignleft size-medium wp-image-11339" src= "http://mkbconseil.ch/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/GNL5-Lorenzo-Stoll-300x198.png" alt="" w
28/09/201720 minutes 11 seconds
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EEC 098 Leading Swiss Private Banks

Charles de Boissezon, retired was asked to take over as CEO of Geneva headquartered Hinduja Bank, a Private Bank, and he brings with him 37 years of International banking experience in London, Hong Kong, New York, Geneva, Chile, and Jersey. Charles is both French and British.  He grew up in Vietnam and Hong Kong and spent his formative years in Geneva attending the College de Leman School.  He then left for the USA to earn his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration at Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts. After graduating in 1971, Charles moved to London and joined HSBC as a trainee banker. Over the next 30 years, he held positions of responsibility at HSBC Offices worldwide in Hong Kong, New York, Djibouti, Chile, Brazil, and Argentina. When he quit in 2003 as Member of HSBC's Executive Committee based out of Geneva, he was an exceptional manager with a lot of in
23/09/201725 minutes 9 seconds
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EEC 097 Leadership as Director General of CERN

Dr. Katrina Burrus interviews the prior Director General at CERN Mr. Heuer on, "Have you ever questioned the nature of existence? Have you wondered how it all started and what secrets the Universe holds? For most of us, these matters are beyond our comprehension and yet these are questions scientists at CERN are exploring.  CERN is the world’s leading research body for particle physics. Some questions asked by the Director General of CERN, Dr. Rolf-Dieter Heuer, is what does he attribute his successful leadership to?" “Nobody knows everything, so you have to listen to the experts but the experts don’t all agree so you need to make a synthesis and take responsibility if it goes wrong,” says Dr. Heuer. “What do you need like competencies to gather funds in an economic downturn?” host, Dr. Katrina Burrus asks as his role at CERN shifted from physicist to diplomat. What is the predominant culture at CERN? What is the advice you give to CERN for the next 25 years? Wh
05/08/201720 minutes 58 seconds
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EEC 096 Keeper of the Vision Culture in Las Vegas

Keeper of the Vision - Culture in Las Vegas Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC interviews Myron G. Martin, President and CEO of The Smith Center for the Performing Arts in Las Vegas, NV. These are the questions Katrina asks Myron:  What do you attribute your success in making the Smith Center what it is today? What would you say is your biggest professional challenge today? What is your biggest personal challenge as a leader today? How do you see the Smith Center evolving in the next 5 to 10 years? If Europeans come to Las Vegas, they often think of Las Vegas as the gambling center, what would you say to them about performing arts in Las Vegas? Myron G. Martin, President and CEO, The Smith Center for the Performing Arts Las Vegas, NV brin
27/07/201714 minutes 58 seconds
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EEC 095 Inspiring Children Foundation Taking at Risk Youth off the Streets and into Greatness

Your host, Dr. Katrina Burrus interviews in this episode the executive director of Inspiring Children Foundation Mr. Trenton Alenik.   The Inspiring Children Foundation prides itself on transforming under-served youth into high-level, hard-working, aware leaders that stand apart from the widespread mediocrity, excuse-making and blame-casting that is so prevalent in the culture of youth elsewhere. Hundreds of alumni attest to how the program has changed the trajectory of their lives, helping them to excel at college, start their own businesses, and lead in their environments, all while inspiring the communities around them.   Trent Alenik is a Las Vegas native and graduated from Odyssey Charter High School. Trent was a highly ranked national junior tennis player, earning a ranking of top 40 in the United States. He earned a scholarship to attend Villanova University where he played on their Division I men's tennis team and graduated with
20/07/201721 minutes 8 seconds
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EEC 094 Awareness IQ: Gestalt Coaching as an Awareness Vehicle

Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC interviews Dorothy E. Siminovitch, PhD, MCC about her new book, A Gestalt Coaching Primer: The Path Toward Awareness IQ and asked the following questions: You have coined the term “awareness intelligence,” or Awareness IQ. What does that mean in terms of coaching effectiveness and coaching success? “Mindfulness” is so touted in today’s world. How is mindfulness connected with the Gestalt approach to coaching? In your book, A Gestalt Coaching Primer, you draw a distinction between coaching presence and use of self skills. Can you make that distinction clear for us? How is Gestalt coaching a systems approach? Why does that matter?   Dorothy E. Siminovitch, PhD, MCC is an international coach, consultant, group facilitator, presenter, and author. She is the founder and principal of <a href= "http://gestaltcoachingworks.com/
13/07/201727 minutes 33 seconds
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EEC 093 How Copywriting Translates into Business Success

How Copywriting Translates into Business Success Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC interviews, Ray Edwards, the specialist expert on how copywriting can Translate into business success. She asks him the following questions: What is copywriting, and why is it so important to entrepreneurs and small-business owners? In your book, How to Write Copy That Sells, you refer to the “magic building blocks” of sales copy. What are those blocks, and how do we use them? You have a chapter in the book called The Secrets of Writing Blockbuster Copy by Watching Movies. That sounds too good to be true! Are there any types of businesses that this “copy-centric” approach will not work for? Do Internet product launches still work, or has that gravy train already passed us by? What is the biggest mistake people make when writing copy? Who is Ray Edwards Ray Edwards is a Communications Strategist, Copywrite
15/06/201721 minutes 48 seconds
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EEC 093 How Copywriting Translates into Business Success

How Copywriting Translates into Business Success Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC interviews, Ray Edwards, the specialist expert on how copywriting can Translate into business success. She asks him the following questions: What is copywriting, and why is it so important to entrepreneurs and small-business owners? In your book, How to Write Copy That Sells, you refer to the “magic building blocks” of sales copy. What are those blocks, and how do we use them? You have a chapter in the book called The Secrets of Writing Blockbuster Copy by Watching Movies. That sounds too good to be true! Are there any types of businesses that this “copy-centric” approach will not work for? Do Internet product launches still work, or has that gravy train already passed us by? What is the biggest mistake people make when writing copy? Who is Ray Edwards Ray Edwards is a Communications Strategist, Copywrite
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EEC 093 How Copywriting Translates into Business Success

How Copywriting Translates into Business Success Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC interviews, Ray Edwards, the specialist expert on how copywriting can Translate into business success. She asks him the following questions: What is copywriting, and why is it so important to entrepreneurs and small-business owners? In your book, How to Write Copy That Sells, you refer to the “magic building blocks” of sales copy. What are those blocks, and how do we use them? You have a chapter in the book called The Secrets of Writing Blockbuster Copy by Watching Movies. That sounds too good to be true! Are there any types of businesses that this “copy-centric” approach will not work for? Do Internet product launches still work, or has that gravy train already passed us by? What is the biggest mistake people make when writing copy? Who is Ray Edwards Ray Edwards is a Communications Strategist, Copywrite
15/06/20170
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EEC 092 Breaking Free from Bias

Katrina Burrus, Phd, MCC discusses with Marilyn OHearne what lead her to write her new book, “Breaking Free from Bias: Preventing Costly Complaints, Conflict and Talent Loss.”  Marilyn also answers other questions about her book and her coaching career.  What is your vision of the book and programs’ impact?  Tell us about your coaching career and what distinguishes you from other coaches.  What are your other offerings besides Breaking Free from Bias? Marlyn O’Hearne, MA, International Coach Federation Master Certified Coach, is the founder of Breaking Free from Bias programs. She has been helping leaders and coaches achieve breakthrough results since 1998, in 28 countries. She is known for her United Nations Leadership Development Coaching. Her clients move from the overwhelming uncertainty of our rapidly changing world to clarity, focu
11/06/201717 minutes 59 seconds
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EEC 091 How Storytelling Can Save and Launch Your Company

How Storytelling Can Save and Launch Your Company   Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC interviews Eliot M. Wagonheim and discuss his tips on ways to achieve true greatness.   Why are so many companies ineffective at recruiting their next rock star employees? What is the one question you should ask before signing a contract? Why shouldn’t companies do annual performance reviews? What is the one key to winning a lifetime of great customers? Who is Eliot Wagonheim ? Eliot is the founder of Wagonheim Law, a business and construction firm based in Hunt Valley, Maryland.  Now in his 28th year in practice, Eliot represents small to medium-sized businesses in a wide array of industries in both litigation and corporate matters.   Eliot has been selected as a Maryland Super Lawyer as well has having been named one of SmartCEO Magazine’s Legal Elite as a “go-to” business lawyer.  He holds the cove
01/06/201714 minutes 36 seconds
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EEC 090 Reconnecting to our Essence Through Essentials

EEC 090 Reconnecting to our Essence Through Essentials Katrina Burrus, PhD, MCC interviews Nadine Fortin, a Strategic Leadership Coach who works with technical experts to help them becoming strategic thinkers.                    What is a Strategic Leadership Coaching? What does “detaching from the external results” imply for coaches? What does it mean for coaches to go back to essentials? On what else should coaches and other strategic leaders focus?   Nadine coaches technical experts to become leaders and strategic thinkers in their organizations. She feels that her greatest impact is with women who are in positions of influence with a majority of men coworkers. Women in “non-trad” fields face many challenges and must constantly work to push limits. They need a partner whom they trust completely, who will give a voice to their ideas, their emotions, their ambitions, and most important their aspirations. They
25/05/201721 minutes 48 seconds
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EEC 089 When Sports and Coaching Leaders Combine

EEC 089 When Sports and Coaching Leaders Combine Katrina Burrus, PhD, MCC interviews Anna-Marie Watson, a dynamic and performance coach who is working with leaders who yearn for more and desire balance within their life. What is your professional & personal experience of being a Global Nomadic Leader? How have you drawn from your experience to support your coaching clients & the wider coaching community? What are the main themes that you’ve observed coaching Global Nomadic Leaders Expat? Anna-Marie is a performance coach who draws from NLP, sports psychology, neuroscience, positive psychology and mindfulness theory to craft industrious and dynamic coaching partnerships with leaders who yearn for more and desire balance within their life. Anna-Marie’s specialty is “walking & talking” where the Great Outdoors inspires facilitates deep level insights, encourages different perspectives and ultimately optimises performance. She integrates Analytic-Net
18/05/201717 minutes 2 seconds
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EEC 088 Which Leaders to Develop and How?

EEC 088 Which Leaders to Develop and How? Why is leadership important now? Who is a leader?  Where do we find them? How do we develop a Leader? Is there an ideal Leadership style?  Orlando Clua is CEO of Oclua Consulting Group.  He has been working for 35 years in the field of Executive Development.  He has a degree in psychology from the Universidad Iberoamericana in Mexico City. He is an Honorary Master Coach by Interamerican Society of Coaching, an Academic Coordinator of Human Capital Development at Anahuac University and has written 12 books in the field of Leadership Management and Organizational Development Excellent Executive Coaching If you have enjoyed this episode, consider subscribing to iTunes. We would love a review on <a href= "https://itunes.apple.com/ch/podcast/excellent-
11/05/201717 minutes 11 seconds
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EEC 087 Creating a Successful Digital Magazine for Entrepreneurs

EEC 087 Creating a Successful Digital Magazine for Entrepreneurs   Nathan is the Publisher & Editor of Foundr Magazine, a digital magazine for young entrepreneurs on the App Store & Google Play store.    What gave you the idea of creating a digital magazine for young entrepreneur? What made you successful? Is it the market ? Did you feel there was a demand for such a magazine? You approached a lot of prestigious people that are difficult to reach. What was your strategy? How did you approach them? What are your futur plans ? What is your next step? Do you coach?  How many times do you blog a week? How old are you? How many people are working for you? What do speaking gigs bring you? How did you leverage the last Tropical Think Tank? What tip would you give to entrepreneurs to succeed?  <div data-canvas-width="346.66895877021966"
04/05/201722 minutes 29 seconds
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EEC 086 It is time to take off the training wheels

Katrina Burrus, PhD, MCC asks Matthew Kimberley the following questions:   Why do you feel so strongly about “businesses being about people and not “stakeholders”   What do you feel is your largest hurdle when working with leadership?   On your website you said “It's my mission in life to help you fall in love with selling.”  Can you explain that a little more?   Who is Matthew Kimberley? Matthew Kimberley is the creator of Professional Persuasion and author of the self-help classic, How To Get A Grip. He is former head of the Book Yourself Solid® School of Coach Training.
06/04/201727 minutes 15 seconds
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EEC 085 Stop worrying about people leaving you

22/03/201718 minutes 8 seconds
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EEC 084 How to Lead Teams to Create Awesome Experiences on Purpose

How to Lead Teams to Create Awesome Experiences on Purpose Katrina Burrus taps into Phil's incredible experience organising a huge conference called Social Media Marketing World in San Diego. Katrina asks Phil the following questions: How do you inspire creativity in an organization? How do you leave room for creative work while managing a large team? How do you purposefully plan events? How do you lead a team to be customer service focused who has not worked together prior to your event? Who is Phil Mershon Phil Mershon is the director of events for Social Media Examiner. He brings over 25 years experience in leading customized events, mission-driven campaigns and creative communication strategies. He now leads the popular events Social Media Success Summit and Social Med
16/03/201727 minutes 58 seconds
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EEC 083 Creating Moments of Meeting in Coaching

EEC 083 Creating Moments of Meeting in Coaching Your host Katrina Burrus, PhD interviews David Drake to find out what he thinks are the biggest challenge in developing leaders at the moment? (speak to integrative development). What are you working on these days? (speak to attachment theory). What are “moments of meeting” and why do they matter in leadership? You are most known as the founder of the field of narrative coaching. How did you become interested in people and their stories? Both Katrina Burrus, PhD and David Drake earned their PhD in Human and Organizational Development from Fielding Graduate University in California. David has been an adjunct faculty member teaching management and leadership for three universities and lectured at over 20 others around the world. David serves on the Senior Advisory Board for Coaching: An International Journal of Theory, Research and Practice. He is the author of over 50 publications on narrative
23/02/201720 minutes 31 seconds
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EEC 082 Turn on Your GPS!

Your host Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC interviews Scott Friedman who is a Certified Speaking Professional, and former President of the National Speakers Association (NSA), is the author of Celebrate! Lessons Learned from the World’s Most Admired Organizations, Happily Ever Laughter, Using Humor For A Change and A Celebration A Day – 365 ways to a Happier, Healthier Workplace. For over 30 years Scott has traveled the globe speaking on  employee engagement customer experience and using humor/celebration as a strategic tool. Scott founded “Together We Can Change the World,” twcctw.org - a non-profit organization, serving orphans and less fortunate women in Southeast Asia. Katrina asks Scott what is the celebration mentality?  2. What is the greatest gift of starting, "Together we Can Change the World?" 3. In your 30 years of speaking professionally, what advice would you give to those wanting to truly make a connection with their audience? 4. Who is
09/02/201719 minutes 27 seconds
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EEC 082 Turn on Your GPS!

Your host Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC interviews Scott Friedman who is a Certified Speaking Professional, and former President of the National Speakers Association (NSA), is the author of Celebrate! Lessons Learned from the World’s Most Admired Organizations, Happily Ever Laughter, Using Humor For A Change and A Celebration A Day – 365 ways to a Happier, Healthier Workplace. For over 30 years Scott has traveled the globe speaking on  employee engagement customer experience and using humor/celebration as a strategic tool. Scott founded “Together We Can Change the World,” twcctw.org - a non-profit organization, serving orphans and less fortunate women in Southeast Asia. Katrina asks Scott what is the celebration mentality?  2. What is the greatest gift of starting, "Together we Can Change the World?" 3. In your 30 years of speaking professionally, what advice would you give to those wanting to truly make a connection with their audience? 4. Who is
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EEC 081 Coaching Global Nomadic Leaders

Your host, Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC speaks about Coaching Global Nomadic Leaders, the rate of failures with expatriations, what specific issues Global Nomadic Leaders compared to Expatriates with one culture identity, What specific knowledge, tips and strategies do you need to know when coaching these profiles. Who is Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC Dr. Burrus has a proven track record in coaching numerous international leaders including Nestle, Novartis, United Bank of Switzerland, CERN, UNAIDS, United Nations, International Labor Organization and the World Trade Organization. Her coaching career has taken her to Europe, Asia and the United States, and she is recognized for her distinctive capabilities with leaders from a wide variety of cultural backgrounds. As the founder of MKB Conseil & Coaching, Dr. Burrus is affiliated with a network of international experts and scholar-practitioners. MKB Conseil & Coaching specializes in coaching international and highly mobile l
02/02/201715 minutes 16 seconds
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EEC 080 How to Coach with Noble Purpose

How to Coach with Noble Purpose? What is Coaching with Noble Purpose? Why does Noble Purpose work? In your new book Leading with Noble Purpose, you talk about backstory. Why does the leader's backstory matter? How do you operationalize theses ideas if you're a big company? If you're a middle manager? Or if you're a solo prenuer? How is Lisa Earle McLeod Lisa is one of the foremost authorities on sales, leadership and emotional engagement. Here best-selling book, Selling with Noble Purpose introduced the idea of Noble Purpose in business. Her research has documented how organizations with a purpose bigger than money actually make more money, and they experience greater customer and employee retention. Lisa is a former Procter & Gamble Sales trainer, she now runs her own consulting firm, McLeod & More, Inc. Her firm’s clients include Hootsuite, Roche, Volvo, and Dave & Busters. Lisa is also a prolific writer; she is the aut
25/01/201719 minutes 15 seconds
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EEC 079 The Cold, Hard, Ugly Truth about Success

Your host Katrina Burrus, PhD, MCC interviews the unique Larry Winget   He is the pit-bull of personal development and personal responsibility. He tells us the Cold, Hard, Ugly Truth about Success.   Larry Winget is a bestselling author, television personality, social commentator and internationally acclaimed speaker.   His newest book, Grow A Pair: How To Stop Being a Victim and Take Back Your Life, Your Business and Your Sanity is a New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestseller. He has also written five additional New York Times/Wall Street Journal bestselling books that have been translated into over 20 languages including Shut Up, Stop Whining and Get A Life; You’re Broke Because You Want To Be; It’s Called Work For A Reason; People Are Idiots And I Can Prove It; and Your Kids Are Your Own Fault. Larry has starred in his own tele
19/01/201718 minutes 39 seconds
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EEC 078 What is Changeability and do you need it?

Dr. Katrina Burrus interviews Kathryn Bryant and asks her: Why is change hard? Why do we all need 'changeability? How did you come to start Brilliant Living HQ  What is the upside of change? Who is Kathryn Bryant  Kathryn Bryant is co-founder of BrilliantLivingHQ.com, promoting mind management to help people have their best life and business. She is co-host of the award winning ‘Changeability Podcast’ listened to in 164 countries, and best-selling Amazon author of ‘Changeability: Manage your Mind – Change your Life’ – a framework of techniques for making changes in life. Kathryn’s newest project is ‘<span lang="EN-GB"
12/01/201724 minutes 3 seconds
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EEC 077 Accelerating Your Impact as an Executive, Team and Systems Coach

Accelerating Your Impact as an Executive, Team and Systems Coach. Your host, Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC interviews Dr. Krister Lowe and asks him about his interest in team coaching and how it relates to his executive coaching practice? Katrina asks Krister what is he excited about in his coaching work now? What does he think is unique or a differentiator about his approach to coaching? Krister Lowe, Ph.D. is an Organizational Psychologist, Leadership & Team Coach, and Host of The Team Coaching Zone Podcast
05/01/201727 minutes 52 seconds
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EEC 076 Be a Powerhouse: Own It, Express It, Cash in On It.

Be a Powerhouse: Own It, Express It, Cash in On It. Your host, Katrina Burrus interviews Janet Zaretsky on just how to do that. Katrina asks her,  "What is the most common thing you see that has people undervalue themselves?"  "How can someone who may suffer from a lack of confidence gain confidence easily?"  "Do you have to be a certain type of person or personality to be a leader or can anyone be a leader?" "How does this relate to having a higher income?" Who is Janet Zaretsky: Janet Zaretsky is a Registered Nurse, a Certified Professional Behavior and Motivators Analyst, an international speaker, trainer, founder of The Zenith Business, graduate of Coach U, International Coach Federation member, former senior program leader for Landmark Worldwide and master business success coach and strategist.   Janet’s specialty is working with business owners and career
22/12/201622 minutes 48 seconds
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EEC 075 How to Make Money with Free Publicity

How to Make Money with Free Publicity. Katrina Burrus interviews Josh Elledge. Why should executives and entrepreneurs alike focus on being more PR savvy? What are the first steps to creating more publicity for ourselves? What is the best way to connect with journalists, producers and other influencers? Shouldn't busy business owners just hire out their PR help? Who is Josh Elledge Josh Elledge is on a mission to help entrepreneurs attract the perfect audiences! He’s the Founder and Chief Executive Angel of SavingsAngel.com®, and is one of the nation’s leading experts on consumer savings.  Josh Elledge is a dynamic p
15/12/201643 minutes 25 seconds
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EEC 074 How to Achieve Heart-Centered Success

Dr. Katrina Burrus questions Dr. Lise Janelle  You are a heart-centered success coach. What is the essence of Heart-Centered Success?How do we know if we’re disconnected from our heart? What do our hearts want us to know?What gets in the way of us listening to our hearts and acting on our dreams and aspirations?What can we do to reconnect to our hearts and what are the benefits?Why do you think there is so much dysfunction in the world right now? We must be really disconnected from our hearts, right? Dr. Lise Janelle is
08/12/201624 minutes 53 seconds
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EEC 073 Why Leaders Need Coaching Skills

Why Leaders Need Coaching Skills Dr Katrina Burrus, MCC questions Lori Shook, M.Sc, CPCC, MCC : How do coaching skills help leaders lead others? What’s the connection between coaching skills and emotional intelligence? How can leaders integrate coaching into their leadership style? How does neuroscience help leaders apply coaching skills? What is your experience with training leaders to coach? Who is Lori Shook? Trainer, coach, speaker, author Professional Coach since 1997 and a Master Certified Coach (MCC) since 2001, Lori has coached small business owners, managers and executives around the world. She has worked with people from a variety of organisations including IBM, Capgemini, UN, Siemens and Johnson& Johnson. Since 1998, Lori has also been training coaches and training leaders to use coaching skills. She has served on faculty at The Coaches Training Institute, Performance Consultants International and CRRG
01/12/201618 minutes 45 seconds
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EEC 072 The Arc of Executive Coaching

Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC asks John Lazar, MCC, “What do you uniquely bring to the coaching you do? How have you contributed to the development of the field and its professionalism? What do you see as concerns to increasingly address through coaching? What would you want any coach to consider as a way of doing their best work?” John B. Lazar, MA, MCC has been a performance consultant and coach since 1983, including twenty-one years as an executive coach to CEOs and Presidents, business owners, executives, and senior managers through his company John B. Lazar & Associates, Inc. He works with individual leaders and their teams, altering their perspectives, skill sets, and performance to produce socially and emotionally intelligent leadership and management, breakthrough execution and business results. In addition to his leadership and executive coaching, he consults to companies on issues of leadership and management practices, communications, evaluation, executive
24/11/201625 minutes 22 seconds
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EEC 071 The Power of Storytelling to Attract Ideal Clients

Katrina Burrus interviews Lisa Bloom on the following questions:   What is the biggest challenge for entrepreneurs that you come across?  How did you get started?  What got you into Storytelling in Coaching? What is Story Coaching? We’ve heard you speak about the inner and outer story – what do you mean and why is it important in coaching?   How does your personal story matter to your business growth So you are the Story Coach – can anyone do it?Lisa Bloom, founder of Story Coach trains coaches to use storytelling as a powerful approach to impact their clients and grow their business. She helps entrepreneurs & business owners find confidence, attract ideal clients and make more money with their success story and she works with organizations developing Transformational Story Leaders and creative yet resilient cultures.
17/11/201619 minutes 44 seconds
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EEC 070 The Learning Wheel with Archetypes Imagery & the Spiritual-Self

Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC interviews Dr. Annabelle Nelson on The Learning Wheel using Archetypes Imagery and the Spiritual Self. Annabelle has a lifelong passion for understanding how humans learn, so that programs can match these natural tendencies and can help humans become healthy emotionally and spiritually.  That pursuit has led Nelson to seek authenticity in her own awareness and contact the healing and spiritual force within. She has practiced yoga, meditation, imagery, and storytelling, all in her quest to allow the spirit within to be unleashed to move into health and happiness. Nelson holds a Ph.D. from the University of Kansas in Developmental and Child Psychology, is a Professor at the Fielding Graduate University and is the founder of the WHEEL Council, Wholistic, Health, Education and Empowerment for  Life. She was also a Fullbright scholar to India. She is an author, storyteller, teacher, and program developer. Check her latest book, “Living the Wheel."
10/11/201619 minutes 45 seconds
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EEC 068 How Coaching Mexico TV Show Started

How Coaching Mexico TV Show Started? Katrina Burrus interviews Luis Fernando Gonzales on How he created and sustained a Coaching TV show in Mexico. Find out the trends and opportunities in Mexico and how Luis started from scratch a TV Show on coaching. Director of Blog & Tv Coaching México . The firts espanish tv program of Coaching  Executive Coaching & Consultant. Several certifications Author of "Antologia del Coaching". Interview at leaderships, writers & schools.  University Professor: UNAM, ANAHUAC, UIA, UVM Speaker of business topics  
05/11/201638 minutes 39 seconds
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EEC 069 Enhancing Employee Engagement Through Remarkable Communication

Enhancing Employee Engagement Through Remarkable Communication by Pamela Jett. Katrina asks Pamela why she believes that words matter.  Tell me more about that? Why ought leaders, in particular, be intentional with the words they choose? What are some of the most powerful words to choose and to lose? What can make it difficult to communicate effectively as a leader? Who is Pamela Jett? As an internationally recognized communication skills expert, professional speaker and author, Pamela Jett works with professionals to teach them to better understand that "Words Matter" when we are looking to achieve results, make an impact and improve effectiveness. Pamela is a true innovator who takes people beyond basic theory and strategy to an unparalleled level of application. Excellent Executive Coaching If you have enjoyed this EEC 069 episode, consider subscribing to <a href
27/10/201627 minutes 46 seconds
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EEC 067-Is Trickle Down Transformation Broken?

What is 'Trickle Down Transformation' and how does it affect organizations and leaders?  Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC interviews Jonathan Raymond who explains in this episode: What steps should leaders take to avoid falling into the 'traps' of accountability that prevent employees from taking personal accountability for their role?   In your new book, Good Authority, you talk about how to become the leader your team is waiting for. What do you mean by that?  In Good Authority, you talk about "The right question isn’t 'How do I get my people to engage?' The right question is: 'How can I get better at engaging with them?'" How should leaders get better at endgaging with their team?    Jonathan loves people and ideas — but what he loves the most is helping people take their ideas and make them fly. That philosophy has led him to a 20-year career doing business development in some very different industries.  
17/09/201623 minutes 40 seconds
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EEC 066- Public Relations Does Not Have to Be Difficult

EEC 066-Public Relations Does Not Have to Be Difficult Questions: How would you define PR? What should someone do “Today” to get prepared with their PR? What is SoulFul PR? What training do you have available to help someone get started in PR? A: PR is really just about telling stories. -But where most people go wrong is this: they pitch stories they want to tell rather than stories people want to hear. -And here’s another thing: the stories people want to hear are often the ones you least want to tell. Which can mean making yourself vulnerable: to other peoples’ opinions and possibly even their criticism. B: Three things you should do TODAY to get prepared. 1.Create a media calendar (‘on diary’) 2.Set up news alerts (‘off diary’) 3.Get some training C: She believes every business owner can and should do their own PR <p
09/09/201629 minutes 2 seconds
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EEC 065- How Not to be Servants to HR

This Excellent Executive Coaching episode is for coaches, HR and Managers who want to excel at executive coaching.  More importantly, Myles Downey explains the danger of being servants to HR and helping leaders and manager to comply to get their next bonus. Myles explains how he got out of this trap as well as answered the following questions by Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC. What is the current state of the executive coaching market? What is different about the world in the 21st Century? … And what are the implications for coaching? If someone was to take up a career as an executive coach today - what advice might you give them? You published Modern Effective Coaching a year ago - how is this different from your earlier book Effective Coaching? How do you maintain an edge and keep learning as an executive coach Why do you practice as an executive coach? Who is Myles Downey? Myles Downey is a writer, s
11/08/201621 minutes 26 seconds
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EEC 064- Coaching and Crafting the Future

Interview of Dr. Elena Espinal, MCC by Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC gives a fascinating intervew about crafting the future based on her recent book. She was asked the following questions: You have recently published a book about Future Design called, "Crafting the Future.” What are the key messages in the book? What is the relationship between coaching and understanding the future? We also know your work with Diversity and Inclusion. Tell us more. Who is Dr. Elena Espinal? Dr. Elena Espinal  (Ph.D.)  is a ICF Master Certified Coach (MCC).  She has twenty nine  years of experience in leadership development training and coaching, facilitation, strategic planning, and team building services.   She was born in Argentina, moved to Mexico in 1998, leaving behind the foundation of the first School of Coaching acknowledged by the Secretary of Education and a Company; Team Power (México) dedicated to prepare high performance teams. She ha
05/08/201628 minutes 54 seconds
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EEC 063- CEO Publisher of Choice Magazine - Garry Schleifer

Who is Garry Schleifer? Garry is a seasoned businessman bringing over 26 years experience to his coaching. His “walk the talk” credentials draw from experience as visionary behind several multimillion-dollar corporations. Applying an approach of “Ruthless Compassion” when helping his business owner clients. 
Challenging clients with rigorous goals, an innate sensitivity, good humour and non-judgment. He earned his coach credentials at Coaches Training Institute, Certified Mentor Coach certificate from inviteCHANGE, and PCC from International Coach Federation (ICF). The owner and publisher of choice, the magazine of professional coaching, (www.choice-online.com) Past President of Toronto ICF Chapter, Vice President ICF Global Board and served on several, community-based boards. The interview is about how Garry Schleifer built his business as CEO of Choice Magazine, the reference magazine for coaching. Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC asks Ga
28/07/201625 minutes 27 seconds
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EEC 062- Be Above Leadership With Your Coaching Brain

Be Above Leadership With Your Coaching Brain No one has a stress free world.  Many people come to coaching to be helped in dealing with stress.  Ann Betz enlightens us on the neuroscience approach to handling stress.  Why is neuroscience important for leaders and coaches? How can coaches use neuroscience with their clients? You just published a book called "Integration."  What do you mean by "integration" and why is it critical? What do you see as the future for coaching? Each episode of the Excellent Executive Coaching podcast provides case studies and examples of various coaching styles and will provide tips, strategies and resources that can resolve issues. Subscribe today to learn about excellent coaching.
19/03/201637 minutes 33 seconds
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EEC 061- Coaching Children Spiritual Resilience w/Taty Samperio

Have you ever thought of providing your children with a better sense of harmony and well-being? How does one develop in children more balance between the body, mind and spirit? Taty explains what brought her to this work and how through playful workshops children can develop mindfulness. Who is Taty Samperio? Taty Samperio is an ontological coach with degrees in Psychology.and in Education.  She is a wife and mother of two. She has 19 years of professional experience in human and organisational development. She worked as a human resources specialist for companies such as the American Management Association and  Aeroméxico y el Centro de Capacitación Alas de América. She worked as an educator in the Institute Anglo, El Centro Educativo Piccolinii, la Academia Maddox y la Universidad Anahuac. She is the founder and general manager of “AVANTE whose mission is to develop talents. She offers coaching and consulting. She is a co-founder of “ Me
10/03/201613 minutes 22 seconds
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EEC 060- How Coaches Can Create On-Line Courses

John Colley tells us how coaches can create on-line courses for business. Why Companies will Die if employees do not Learn. Cambridge University Graduate, he has a Bachelors and a Masters Degree from Cambridge University in the UK (Magdalene College) Master of Business Administration. He graduated from Cass Business School in 1992 with an MBA with Distinction and also won the Tallow Chandler's prize for the best Dissertation. British Army Officer, he spent nine years as a Commissioned British Army Officer, serving in Germany and the UK in the 1980s, retiring as a Captain. He graduated from the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst (Britain's West Point) in 1984. As an Investment Banker, he has spent over 25 years working as an Investment Banker, advising hundreds of companies about Strategy, Fund Raising and Mergers and Acquisitions. His current Podcast, The Online Learning Podcast, is dedicated to eL
05/03/201622 minutes 40 seconds
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EEC 059- Collective Intelligence at the ICF Conference

Jean-François Noubel participated in the launching of the Internet in France. Then he decided to devote himself to the new research field of collective intelligence that allows one to understand both individual and civilizational changes. Rather than remaining purely academic, he became his experimental lab. What consciousness will flow through us tomorrow? How will we think? How will we free ourselves from today's individual and collective limitations? Jean-François' research lead him to foresee new forms of language, new social organisms, new cultures and disruptive technologies that will lead to post-monetary societies. He also analyses the assumptions behind our collective intelligence. Excellent Executive Coaching podcasts are devoted to coaching within different professions.  Each EEC episode will provide you with case studies and examples of various business coaching challenges.  You will receive tips, strategies and resources for leadership coaching and personal devel
26/02/201627 minutes 26 seconds
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EEC 058- When Are You Ready to Take Your Next Step?

Mary Loverde is an author, coach, and speaker. She has written a book called, "The Invitation: When You Are Ready to Take Your Next Step." Your Dr. host Katrina Burrus, MCC asks the most charming and accomplished Mary the following questions: How did you get passionate about helping others take their next step? What is the first thing we need to do when we want to take our next step forward? Most of us think the next step is to take action. But you disagree. So what is the next step? What is the biggest mistake we can make when decide to move forward? Who is Mary Loverde International Work-Life Balance Expert: Mary LoVerde, MS, ANP Mary has traveled from Bangkok to Biloxi sharing her innovative strategies for staying connected to what matters most. She has published four books in three languages and has appeared four times on Oprah, a 20/20 special on stress, and was featured on ABC World News Tonight.
18/02/201622 minutes 14 seconds
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EEC 057: How Coaches Can Best Use Linkedin to Develop Their Business

Mark demonstrates how coaches can best use LinkedIn to develop their business’s.  His passion for his niche subject shines through enthusiastically. LinkedIn is useful both as a recruiting and business development platform for coaches. How to use Linkedin for business development? What are the biggest mistakes you see HR professionals, managers and coaches making on LinkedIn? LinkedIn keeps changing. How do you keep up to date with it? What are your 5 top tips for a good use of LinkedIn? Who is Mark Williams Mark Williams (commonly known as ‘Mr LinkedIn) is widely regarded as one of the world’s top LinkedIn experts. Following a career spanning 20 years in the recruitment industry, Mark set up ETN LinkedIn training in 2008. Since then he has trained thousands of LinkedIn users from a diverse range of industries and roles. He is also an accomplished keynote speaker
10/02/201634 minutes 19 seconds
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EEC 056- How to Change a Culture

05/02/201634 minutes 8 seconds
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EEC 055- Winning Tips for Awesome Speeches

23/01/201624 minutes 2 seconds
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EEC 054- How Western and Chinese Medicine Differ

23/01/201620 minutes 57 seconds
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EEC 053- How to have an Excellent Year as an ICF President

14/01/201626 minutes 38 seconds
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EEC 052- Coaching Managers Tools and Process

20/12/201521 minutes 38 seconds
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EEC 051- How to Grow Your Business with Content Marketing

17/12/201526 minutes 32 seconds
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EEC 050- Teachings from the Maasai

14/12/201530 minutes 20 seconds
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EEC 049- How Can You Be Open to Creativity

06/12/201529 minutes 3 seconds
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EEC 048- How to Succeed in Sales

04/12/201521 minutes 36 seconds
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EEC 047- Conversational Intelligence with Judith Glaser

15/11/201531 minutes 58 seconds
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EEC 046- Personal Disruption Keeps You on Top of the Wave

10/11/201524 minutes 10 seconds
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EEC 045- Somatic and Mindfulness Coaching

17/10/201516 minutes 21 seconds
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EEC 044- How to Become Thought Leaders

17/10/201521 minutes 47 seconds
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EEC 043- The Power of Networking with Judy Robinett

17/10/201522 minutes 40 seconds
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EEC 042- How to Get Attention with Intrigue

11/10/201533 minutes 57 seconds
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EEC 041- Gestalt Coaching with Dorothy Siminovich

07/10/201525 minutes 31 seconds
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EEC 040- How Mountaineering to the Mount Everest Teaches Followship

29/09/201529 minutes 35 seconds
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Excellent Executive Coaching: Bringing Your Coaching One Step Closer to Excelling

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EEC 039- Presence Based Coaching with Doug Silsbee

09/09/201527 minutes 45 seconds
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EEC 038- ICF EMEA with Isabelle Maes

09/09/201519 minutes 9 seconds
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EEC 037- CERN: How Searching for the Big Bang is Helping Medical Services

08/09/201519 minutes 26 seconds
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EEC 036- Ninety Days to Give Your Life a New Direction

28/08/201524 minutes 41 seconds
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EEC 035- Develop Your Uniqueness with Koy McDermott

27/08/201521 minutes 33 seconds
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EEC 034- How to QuantumThink with Dianne Collins

08/08/201525 minutes 1 second
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EEC 033- The Quotable Coach with Barry Demp

08/08/201533 minutes 25 seconds
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EEC 032- What a Layman Needs to Know About Structured Financial Products

23/07/201520 minutes 19 seconds
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EEC 031- How to Coach Leaders with Horses to Develop Emotional Intelligence

16/07/201525 minutes 38 seconds
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EEC 030- Approach to Chinese Medicine with Marc Aubert

15/07/201524 minutes 56 seconds
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EEC 29- How to Have a Team Advantage with DJ Mitsch

14/07/201525 minutes 16 seconds
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EEC 028- Getting Beyond the Discomfort Zone by Marcia Reynolds

29/06/201522 minutes 5 seconds
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EEC 027- How a 28 Year Old Became CEO of a Family Business with Isabelle Harsch

28/06/201524 minutes 37 seconds
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EEC 026- Holding out for the Hero-Marriage Over 40

01/06/201530 minutes 25 seconds
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EEC 025- Stand Out: Dorie Clark

17/05/201524 minutes 17 seconds
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EEC 024- How Do You Stay Motivated When You are Not

10/05/201517 minutes 33 seconds
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EEC 023- A Victim of Bullying in the Police Force

09/05/201531 minutes 49 seconds
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EEC 022- Dr. Cherie Carter-Scott: A Pioneer Coach

07/05/201521 minutes 10 seconds
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EEC 020- What is the ROI on Executive Coaching Programs

02/05/201512 minutes 22 seconds
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EEC 019- Why Know Your Style of Creativity

11/04/201511 minutes 35 seconds
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EEC 018- Sex Golf Business with Dr. Willy Pasini

26/03/201514 minutes 10 seconds
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EEC 017- Coaching Towards the Post Heroic Leader by Jeff Hull

17/03/201523 minutes 7 seconds
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EEC 016- S Jourdain: Deploying a Coaching Network

11/03/201523 minutes 35 seconds
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EEC 015- How Did You Overcome Your Biggest Defeat As a Champion Athlete

27/02/201522 minutes 8 seconds
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EEC 15- Head Coach at Nestle-Severine Jourdain

24/02/201523 minutes 3 seconds
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EEC 014: ICF World Past President Damian Goldvarg

14/02/201518 minutes 27 seconds
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EEC 013: Ending Destructive Conflict

13/02/201522 minutes 54 seconds
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EEC 012: Global Nomadic Leaders

04/02/201521 minutes 8 seconds
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EEC 011: Developing Resilience with Wendy Ward

29/12/201418 minutes 43 seconds
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EEC 010: Authentic Leadership with Nick Craig

28/12/201432 minutes 14 seconds
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EEC 009: The Empty Nest Syndrome with Marie-Jos dAstre

27/12/201421 minutes 38 seconds
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EEC 008: Patrick Williams MCC

18/12/201420 minutes 41 seconds
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EEC 007: Philippe Dehennin CEO of BMW

17/12/201442 minutes 8 seconds
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EEC 006: Cross Cultural Ethics with Eileen Morgan

31/08/201425 minutes 49 seconds
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EEC 005: Peter Harboe Schmidt

21/07/201428 minutes 40 seconds
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EEC 004: Milton Bennett

20/07/201429 minutes 5 seconds
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EEC 003: Heart in Business Mark Vandeneijde

20/06/201422 minutes 3 seconds
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EEC 002: The Ego Tango

19/06/201425 minutes 2 seconds
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EEC 001: Intro to Excellent Executive Coaching

18/06/20148 minutes 8 seconds