Are you leader who delivers great results but you still missed the last promotion? Maybe the reason is you are not hitting these goals that you didn’t even know exist.
Trap #2 That Can Sabotage Your New Executive Career —The Silent Stakeholders Who Can Ruin Your Reputation
Newly promoted leaders I coach are usually very busy getting things done. Too busy to take the time to identify who their key stakeholders are. Not taking care of all your key stakeholders though can easily sabotage your new executive career…
Have you just been promoted to a new executive role? Whether you are in a new organization, promoted to a new leadership role or on expat assignment abroad, your promotion comes with hidden traps that can sabotage even the most experienced leader.
Read here how to overcome Trap #1 for Executives in Transition: What They Don’t Tell You in Your Executive Job Description
Most executives I work with are highly skilled in strategic thinking; setting the direction is not a problem for them. Following the direction is! And this ability is what distinguishes outstanding leaders from the rest.
And here is where your classic to do lists and fancy apps fail. We all know what we “should” do, don’t we? At least equally important to knowing what to do is knowing what not do do.
Why do some executive coaching assignments yield much better results than others? When I reviewed my coaching assignments of the past few years, I discovered one difference that makes a big difference….
Executives and senior managers in new roles want to get results fast, and convince their bosses that they have made the right decision by promoting them and not the guy in the office next door. If you are transition
This year may have had its highs and lows. There is probably a lot you can be proud of and a lot to be grateful for. There may be things which you have been putting off, and which you really want to change next year – isn’t a New Year a great opportunity to start on a blank page? Follow these five “simple” steps to make next year (even) better.
I asked a multi-national team about their best and worst bosses: what did they do that motivated you? What did they do that de-motivated you? Their answers were plain and simple. It does not take magic to be a great leader!
Coaching over the phone or Internet provides many advantages over coaching in person. Most people never think about that. Here are my top seven reasons why you must try coaching over the phone.
Is Executive Presence something you need to be born with? Whilst it may come more natural for some than for others, the good news is that executive presence is neither magic nor something only a few selected are born with. Executive presence is basically a set of specific behaviors. And we all can learn new behaviors and habits.