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Your personal resource center for insights, new approaches and leadership solutions.

At ECC we listen. Certainly to each of you. We listen for insights, trends, new approaches or new resources that will inspire you to think more clearly, challenge a long held belief or provide a solution to help you and your team excel. Perhaps you’ll even find a great book for inspiration.

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Authenticity - Connection - Purpose - Communication: 4 Essential Leadership Competencies to Reenergize and Inspire your Organization

Dec 15 2021

Executive Coaching Connections

Engaging employees and retaining talent at all levels is paramount as the impact of 2021’s Great Resignation continues to be a real business concern for leaders and organizations heading into the new year. Here are 4 suggestions that leaders can begin to implement today.
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The New Value of Purpose: Observations from a C-Suite advisor on how to lead with purpose in 2022

Dec 13 2021

Executive Coaching Connections

Leading from the top of an organization is no longer about just the financials. The world today is vastly different than even a year ago and successful leadership requires a broader, intentional focus on purpose. Lead your organization more effectively by integrating 4 dimensions of purpose.
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Communications: Leading Difficult Conversations to Successful Outcomes

Oct 18 2021

In these times of continued tension, stress, uncertainty, and volatility, emotions can run high. As leaders and as teams, how do we build our emotional intelligence capabilities and skills to ensure the best outcomes in our daily interactions?
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Leadership Presence: 3 Critical Facets of Leadership Presence that Drive Retention and Results

Oct 16 2021

In a 2021 Global Leadership Survey, several aspects of Leadership Presence were cited as being critical to developing leaders including communication and interaction skills, empathy, and emotional intelligence. Learn simple action steps leaders can take today to make immediate improvements.
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Fueling C-Suite Success: Coach/Advisor Dual Support Accelerates Leaders' Impact

Sep 22 2021

Executive Coaching Connections

The failure rate of new executives is surprisingly high, the impacts of which can be far reaching.

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Continuing the conversation: The ECC Blog

Thought provoking content to help you accelerate success, lead change and drive results.

A place to be inspired, reflect, challenge and consider new insights. We’ll help you turn ideas into reality and leadership success. Our blog will include thoughts and solutions that cover the waterfront for you, from leadership to team dynamics and what makes your organization tick… or not.

Photo of 4 interlocking puzzle pieces

Authenticity - Connection - Purpose - Communication: 4 Essential Leadership Competencies to Reenergize and Inspire your Organization

Dec 15 2021

Executive Coaching Connections

Engaging employees and retaining talent at all levels is paramount as the impact of 2021’s Great Resignation continues to be a real business concern for leaders and organizations heading into the new year. Here are 4 suggestions that leaders can begin to implement today.
Read

The New Value of Purpose: Observations from a C-Suite advisor on how to lead with purpose in 2022

Dec 13 2021

Executive Coaching Connections

Leading from the top of an organization is no longer about just the financials. The world today is vastly different than even a year ago and successful leadership requires a broader, intentional focus on purpose. Lead your organization more effectively by integrating 4 dimensions of purpose.
Read

Communications: Leading Difficult Conversations to Successful Outcomes

Oct 18 2021

In these times of continued tension, stress, uncertainty, and volatility, emotions can run high. As leaders and as teams, how do we build our emotional intelligence capabilities and skills to ensure the best outcomes in our daily interactions?
Read
Leader engaged in thoughtful conversation

Leadership Presence: 3 Critical Facets of Leadership Presence that Drive Retention and Results

Oct 16 2021

In a 2021 Global Leadership Survey, several aspects of Leadership Presence were cited as being critical to developing leaders including communication and interaction skills, empathy, and emotional intelligence. Learn simple action steps leaders can take today to make immediate improvements.
Read

Fueling C-Suite Success: Coach/Advisor Dual Support Accelerates Leaders' Impact

Sep 22 2021

Executive Coaching Connections

The failure rate of new executives is surprisingly high, the impacts of which can be far reaching.

Read

Knowledge right from the source

From the technical and theoretical to the practical, these books cover the latest in how leaders are spearheading our industry.

Our coaches are more than a coach. We have many authors at ECC with the technical and theoretical expertise to provide insight and solutions that are relevant, innovative and can help impact you, and your organization. Publications cover a range of topics like accelerating performance, leadership, team dynamics and resilience. Happy reading.

The Zen Leader: 10 Ways to Go From Barely Managing to Leading Fearlessly

Feb 16 2017

Agnes Mura, MA, MCC

I wish you could know Ginny - a former NASA biophysicist, Aikido black belt, Zen priest and superb executive coach and facilitator. The most no-nonsense and most productive colleague I’ve met in ages, she has articulated in her Zen Leadership book ten “flips” of consciousness that take the labor out of coaching by redirecting leaders’ energy and attention.
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Executive Coaching Connections, LLC

Unthink: Rediscover Your Creative Genius

Nov 9 2015

Susan Camberis

Perhaps your organization already considers its associates leaders. Are they also artists? Is it possible to demonstrate artistry in every role? Author Erik Wahl believes it is.
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Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop

Jul 9 2015

Stuart Ralsky, Ph.D.

I read this volume with deep interest and through two sets of lenses; one as a Psychologist, and the other as an Executive Coach. I believe Cain’s basic mission in publishing this book is to bring the reader’s attention to how underutilized and undervalued introverts really are. She begins with the premise that we live in a broader value system she calls the “extrovert ideal”. That is to say, “there is an omnipresent belief that the ideal self is gregarious, alpha, and comfortable in the spotlight.”
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Executive Coaching Connections, LLC

The Advantage: Why Organizational Health Trumps Everything Else In Business

May 21 2015

Eddie Marmol, MS

Patrick Lencioni is one of my favorite authors, having written several extraordinary business books such as The Five Dysfunctions of a Team, Death By Meeting, and Silos, Politics, and Turf Wars. Lencioni is an excellent storyteller and uses fables to convey important business insights and teachings. The Advantage was published in March of 2012 and is his first book that doesn’t employ a fable format. However, it shines in its ability to organize and convey with clarity the important teachings in his previous books, including the three I mentioned above.
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Executive Coaching Connections, LLC

Why CEO's Fail: The 11 Behaviors That Can Derail Your Climb to the Top and How to Manage Them

Apr 23 2015

Terre Tuzzolino

Why CEOs Fail? Even the authors admit, it could just as easily have been titled ‘Why Leaders Fail.’ Authors David L. Dotlich (former executive at Honeywell) and Peter C. Cairo (former professor at Columbia University) set out to answer the questions of ‘why do obviously talented leaders make poor decisions, alienate key people, miss opportunities and overlook obvious trends and developments?’ And, ‘why do leaders who genuinely want to do the right thing end up doing the wrong thing?’
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