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Excellent Executive Coaching podcast will examples of leadership coaching issues and challenges. Excellent Executive Coaching will provide leadership coaching tips, strategies and resources that can resolve leadership issues. Subscribe today to learn about coaching top global leaders and their trials and successes.

The Excellent Executive Coaching podcast is a platform of discussion and a source of knowledge sharing between professional coaches and leaders. It promotes continued education for executive coaches and leaders around the world.

This podcast is mostly devoted to personal development and leadership coaching. The host is Dr. Katrina Burrus. She is a First Master Certified Coach from the International Coaching Federation in Switzerland and founding Board Member for ICF Switzerland. She has served as an adjunct professor to several universities and speaks around the world on the topics of leadership coaching and Global Nomadic leadership and has been working as an executive coach for global leaders since 1994.

Excellent Executive Coaching: Bringing Your Coaching One Step Closer to Excelling Host Katrina Burrus PhD, MCC interviews leaders from the ICF International

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Excellent Executive Coaching podcast will examples of leadership coaching issues and challenges. Excellent Executive Coaching will provide leadership coaching tips, strategies and resources that can resolve leadership issues. Subscribe today to learn about coaching top global leaders and their trials and successes.

The Excellent Executive Coaching podcast is a platform of discussion and a source of knowledge sharing between professional coaches and leaders. It promotes continued education for executive coaches and leaders around the world.

This podcast is mostly devoted to personal development and leadership coaching. The host is Dr. Katrina Burrus. She is a First Master Certified Coach from the International Coaching Federation in Switzerland and founding Board Member for ICF Switzerland. She has served as an adjunct professor to several universities and speaks around the world on the topics of leadership coaching and Global Nomadic leadership and has been working as an executive coach for global leaders since 1994.

    EEC 113: Five Levels of Deep Listening

    EEC 113: Five Levels of Deep Listening

    Oscar Trimboli is interviewed by Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC and discusses the following: 
    Why does listening matter in leadership more than ever? What is the difference between a good listener and a great listener? Who are the four villains of listening? How can you listen to what’s unsaid? Listening is relational and contextual - how do you listen differently? What does it mean to say that “Everybody sees in color, but they listen in black and white”? What is the cost of not listening? Who is Oscar Trimboli? Oscar Trimboli is a quest to create 100 million Deep Listeners in the world. As a former marketing director at Vodafone and Microsoft, Oscar has always been passionate about the importance of listening to his customers. Oscar and his teams were renowned for time listening to customers in the call centre as well as the market research summaries. Oscar brought this passion to next generation leaders at Microsoft, rebuilding their graduate leadership program which was implemented in 26 countries.
    He is passionate about using the gift of listening to bring positive change in workplaces and the world. Despite the fact that 55% of our time is spent listening, it is a skill that only 2% of people really grasp despite the astonishing costs of failing to do so ranging from miscommunication to job turnover to lost sales. Indeed, if public speaking was the skill of the 20th century, Oscar believes that in the 21st century it’s time to learn how to listen.

    • 33 min
    EEC 112: Be More Effective and Fulfilled in Business with Comedy

    EEC 112: Be More Effective and Fulfilled in Business with Comedy

    Chris Tabish is interviewed by Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC and discusses the following: 
    What is comediology? How did the principles of comedy help in business? How do you integrate the principles of comediology to help management consulting clients or using it in management? What are the essential elements for being humanistic? How do you help Fortune 500 companies be successful? Who is Chris Tabish? Chris is a passionate, transformational growth leader with over 20 years of experience successfully leading and delivering all aspects of complex implementations at the Fortune 500 Level including strategy, program management, technology, change leadership and process improvement.
    Specialties include: Program “turnarounds”, Program and change leadership for large-scale process and technology implementations, Defining and aligning executive stakeholders to a common vision and leading large, distributed teams to a common, meaningful goal.
    Chris is a published author of the book Comediology, Be More Effective and Fulfilled in Business With Comedy and a public speaker.

    • 24 min
    EEC 111: How to Have a Competitive Advantage with Talent Management

    EEC 111: How to Have a Competitive Advantage with Talent Management

    Anita Graham is interviewed by Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC and discusses the following:
    Why is talent management so important to VF? What are the 3 focus areas for managing talent? What does good talent management look like? What does talent management have like impact on culture and business? How do we encourage on-going growth at VF? How do you use talent management to make a difference at VF? Who is Anita Graham? Anita Graham is Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer of VF Corporation. She joined VF in January 2014 and is responsible for leading all aspects of human resources across the corporation globally, including developing integrated programs to support the company's strategy, business plans and objectives.
    Previously, Ms. Graham served as Senior Vice President, Chief Human Resources and Administration Officer at ADT Corporation, where she led the HR, EHS and Corporate Communications functions. Prior to that, Ms. Graham was Executive Vice President, Chief Administrative Officer at Shire plc, an industry leader among worldwide specialty biopharmaceutical companies.
    Ms. Graham holds a bachelor’s degree in industrial and labor relations from Cornell University and a master's degree in finance from the Stern School of Business at New York University.

    • 26 min
    EEC 110: Critical Crisis Moments

    EEC 110: Critical Crisis Moments

    Bill Coletti is interviewed by Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC and discusses the following:
    How do you determine a crisis situation? How can a leader prepare for a crisis situation that could jeopardize his/her career? When a leader shows up unprepared for a crisis, what can they do? What is a crisis vs. critical moment vs. a difficult business issue? What are the skill sets of those serving leaders that make a difference in a crisis? What are the leaders greatest fear when managing a crisis? Who is Bill Coletti? Bill is a reputation management, crisis communications and professional development expert, keynote speaker, Wall Street Journal Risk & Compliance panelist, and best - selling author of Critical Moments: The New Mindset of Reputation Management. He has more than 25 years of global experience managing high - stakes crises, issues management, and media relations challenges for both Fortune 500 companies and winning global political campaigns.
    Bill previously co - led the Global Risk Management and Crisis Communications Practice for Hill+Knowlton Strategies. He held senior leadership positions in the firm’s Austin, Texas, Los Angeles and Orlando, Florida offices, where as a member of the senior management team.
    He provided senior counsel in crisis management, corporate communications, and reputation defense to numerous clients, such as AT&T, Target Corporation, American Airlines, The Home Depot, Xerox, Nuclear Energy Institute, and Cargill, as we ll major universities and global NGOs. Previously, Bill served in the Republic of Bulgaria as a senior advisor to the prime minister, Council of Ministers, and the labor minister. He was the first executive director of the American Chamber of Commerce in Bulgaria.

    • 23 min
    EEC 109: Biggest Lessons Coaching Top CEO's

    EEC 109: Biggest Lessons Coaching Top CEO's

    Tom Eddington is interviewed by Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC and discusses the following:
    How to be less stressed when running a business? How top leaders integrate their work and personal lives? Why emotional intelligence matters? Why vulnerability is essential to a great leader/entrepreneur? Biggest lessons coaching top CEO's. Who is Tom Eddington? Tom Eddington is one of Silicon Valley’s top business advisors. He can talk about how striving for balance is stressing you out ­– Just about every leader Tom works with brings up the idea of balancing work and life, yet the idea of “balance” is “dualistic thinking, an old way of thinking, an old way of being,” he says. He explains how conscious leaders integrate their work and personal lives.

    • 20 min
    EEC 108: How to Play Big

    EEC 108: How to Play Big

    Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC interviews Tara Mohr and talks about practical wisdom for women who want to speak up, create, and lead. Tara is an expert on women's leadership and well-being. 
    What does it mean to play big and why are so many women playing small? Why is confidence not the answer to self-doubt/inner critic? How do we unhook from praise and criticism and why is it important for women in particular to do so? What are the common mistakes we make around discovering our purpose and callings, and how can we start pursuing our most important callings, no matter what our circumstances? Who is Tara Mohr? Tara Mohr is an expert on women’s leadership and well-being. She is the author of Playing Big: Practical Wisdom for Women Who Want to Speak Up, Create, and Lead (PenguinRandomHouse), named a best book of the year by Apple’s iBooks. Tara is the creator and teacher of the global Playing Big leadership program for women, and of the Playing Big Facilitators Training for coaches, therapists, managers, and mentors. She is a Coaches Training Institute-certified coach with an MBA from Stanford University and an undergraduate degree in English literature from Yale. Her work has been featured on national media from the New York Times to Today Show to Harvard Business Review. She lives in San Francisco with her husband, son and daughter.

    • 22 min

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