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EEC 072 The Arc of Executive Coaching

Excellent Executive Coaching: Bringing Your Coaching One Step Closer to Excelling

Release Date: 11/24/2016

EEC 152: Drive Your Career show art EEC 152: Drive Your Career

Excellent Executive Coaching: Bringing Your Coaching One Step Closer to Excelling

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?...

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EEC 151: How to Level Up Your Hiring Process show art EEC 151: How to Level Up Your Hiring Process

Excellent Executive Coaching: Bringing Your Coaching One Step Closer to Excelling

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?...

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EEC 150: From Showbiz to Rockstar Speaking: How to Compete in a Saturated Market show art EEC 150: From Showbiz to Rockstar Speaking: How to Compete in a Saturated Market

Excellent Executive Coaching: Bringing Your Coaching One Step Closer to Excelling

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...

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EEC 149: How Losing Your Job Can Leave to a Dream Lifestyle show art EEC 149: How Losing Your Job Can Leave to a Dream Lifestyle

Excellent Executive Coaching: Bringing Your Coaching One Step Closer to Excelling

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...

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EEC 148: How to Lead Without Apologizing show art EEC 148: How to Lead Without Apologizing

Excellent Executive Coaching: Bringing Your Coaching One Step Closer to Excelling

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...

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EEC 147: Be Irresistible to Your Desired Clients show art EEC 147: Be Irresistible to Your Desired Clients

Excellent Executive Coaching: Bringing Your Coaching One Step Closer to Excelling

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...

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EEC 146: Fear(less) Mindset show art EEC 146: Fear(less) Mindset

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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...

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EEC 145: Why Do Finances and Relationships Go Hand in Hand? show art EEC 145: Why Do Finances and Relationships Go Hand in Hand?

Excellent Executive Coaching: Bringing Your Coaching One Step Closer to Excelling

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...

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EEC 144: Why Emotional Intelligence Does Not Work When Coaching show art EEC 144: Why Emotional Intelligence Does Not Work When Coaching

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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...

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EEC 143: How the Best Teams Pivot in Times of Crisis and Change show art EEC 143: How the Best Teams Pivot in Times of Crisis and Change

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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...

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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 team alignment, culture-strategy fit, and organizational change.

Subscribe to the podcast @ www.mkbconseil.ch