Accelerate to Higher Leadership

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  How to Accomplish Your Goals for Your Career When you call the first thing we would do is an intake interview. There is no charge. I just go through and I ask you a series of questions to try to figure out what success would look like for you when you were accomplishing what you wanted to accomplish, and then what you currently think is standing in the way of that? What are you seeing that tells you that something is a mess?...

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  Executive Coach | High Potential Leadership Training My name is Carlann Fergusson, and my business is Propel Forward. My background is probably more behavioral from my training, because I have a Masters in Industrial Organizational Psychology. It is that blend of both. Then even my career, I was always a coach in companies. I started as a resident assistant back in undergrad and then I just was always the coach for all the...

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  How to Love Your Job Again A senior director, who is in charge of sales for a pharmaceutical division. A typical vision statement would be increase revenue, be the best at sales whatever. Instead, we really got to his passion about why he loves what he does. He had lost a little bit of that insight, but you dig into that, and you go yeah, you know, I really wanted to do this because I connect with the doctors every day. I...

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Avoid Vision by Committee


Posted on Feb 12, 2015 in Transcriptions

  How to Avoid Vision by Committee The leader owns writing the vision statement because they’re the one leading that organization into that future. If it’s not the leaders at it’s heart, then it’s worthless. Then it is just vision by committee. It’s just watered down because you’re trying to get everybody’s opinion and you’re being too collaborative with it. It’s the...

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  How to Love Your Job Again What I’m seeing as a pattern is that a lot of senior managers, director levels, will start talking about some of their strengths and their areas of improvement, and you can just hear that the passion isn’t there any more. You can hear when you talk about certain topics that they get excited about them, but over all there’s just this exhaustion that comes out in their voice, and...

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Types of Executive Coaching


Posted on Feb 11, 2015 in Transcriptions

Executive Coaching for CEOs I have a really unique background that allows me to bring both that hard thinking versus thinking feeling side of things. I was always a coach in companies for all the different levels. I have several different types of offerings. One is the executive coaching and some of it is individual coaching. A lot of times I’ll work with the executive team and we will do a full session as an executive team....

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