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  • Executive Coaching Connections, LLC

    It’s All About Influence

    Jun 2 2015

    Executive Coaching Connections

    Think about the most successful global leaders you know. How do they gain commitment and get results? While positional power is useful, moving others to help you achieve your vision requires more. “It’s all about influence,” according to Andrea Jung.
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  • Executive Coaching Connections, LLC

    Who Has Your Back?

    May 11 2015

    Executive Coaching Connections

    Think about the people you turn to in times of crisis. Do you turn to people with whom you can be honest and vulnerable? Who listen without judging you? People who have your back?
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  • Executive Coaching Connections, LLC

    Fuel Resilience with Purpose

    May 5 2015

    Executive Coaching Connections

    Complacency, arrogance and greed crowd out resilience. Humility and a noble purpose fuel it. - Rosabeth Moss Kanter Most of us think of resilience as our ability to recover from failure, deal with change or manage through uncertainty. Some aspects of resilience are essentially part of our DNA (“raw resilience”). Others are within our control including attitude – which we referred to last week – and purpose.
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  • Executive Coaching Connections, LLC

    Talk Is Not Cheap

    Apr 14 2015

    Executive Coaching Connections

    How are things with you today? When you show up for an in-person meeting, you may automatically ask or be asked this question. It forms new connections and reinforces existing ones. But, what happens with virtual meetings?
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  • Executive Coaching Connections, LLC

    The Golden Rule Goes Platinum

    Apr 8 2015

    Executive Coaching Connections

    Do you remember the Golden Rule? It says: Treat others as you would like to be treated. Maybe this was something you learned at an early age from school, family or friends. The Golden Rule works well when people share similar preferences. But, what happens when they don’t?
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