Developing Talent – Even Super Bowl Champs Start Somewhere

On February 5, 2012 the New York Giants defeated the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl by a score of 21-17.  That game set some impressive records: the NBC broadcast of the event broke the record for the most-watched program in American television history, and the game set the record for most tweets per second during a sporting event. There were some recognizable names on both sides of the field, with Eli Manning as quarterback for the Giants, and Tom Brady doing the honors for the ... [Click Here]

Executive Coaching – The New Leadership Solution

What does executive coaching have to do with a company’s focus on delivering on its promise to customers? The answer is simple, but it’s one many executives don’t know: everything. In my more than 25 years developing leaders around the world and benchmarking some of the best organizations in North America, I’ve discovered that customer care is a top priority in fewer than 10% of executive teams. It’s a shocking statistic, especially when many companies pay lip service to an extreme focus on ... [Click Here]

Four Business Reasons Every Executive Needs a Coach

Leaders agree that self-awareness is one of the major benefits of executive coaching. by John Lankford Because executive coaching is so important, we need to define the role it plays in corporate culture. Sometimes people refer to their corporate culture as “the way we do things around here; the way we feel and think; and the behaviors we demonstrate in our workplace.” Corporate culture is critical to a company’s success and needs to be fine-tuned. Executive coaching does exactly that. ... [Click Here]