Shelley SmithBlog, Executive Coaching, Leadership Development

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“She’s/He’s talented, just not very good at dealing with co-workers.” It would be a shame if that were being said about someone in your organization and they were never made

Shelley SmithBlog, Executive Coaching

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How do you define your network? Is it made up of great connections, great entourage of exciting personal and business colleagues that really fed one another’s businesses and very life being? If your answer is NO then keep reading and if you said YES then you are living the dream. When I ask people – Have you Connected Today? They aren’t necessarily sure what I mean or what to say. Connecting is a skill but it’s a natural behavior we have and desire as human beings.

Shelley SmithBlog, Executive Coaching

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You want success – of course you do, these first 7 reasons give you sufficient food for thought and motivate you to find the right coach for you so that you can have all the success that you can have. Just remember, you don’t need to change who you are, you just need to change what you do, and executive coaching will facilitate that change

Shelley SmithBlog, Executive Coaching

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Failure rates for senior executives have been pegged at up to 33 percent. More recent research shows that executives who are rated high on Interpersonal Effectiveness (Emotional Intelligence) outperform low rated executives by 15 – 20% on yearly revenue targets. In this fast paced highly competitive business environment the value of capitalizing on that kind of edge is obvious. Executive coaching is “the” method to provide enduring results for executives who want to play at the top of their game.