Scott Eblin

Executive Coach Executive coach Scott Eblin’s goal is to help you succeed at the next level of leadership. Throughout the week, he’ll offer his take on the leadership lessons in the news and his advice on your most pressing leadership questions. A former government executive, Scott is a graduate of Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government and is the author of The Next Level: What Insiders Know About Executive Success.
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Japan: What You Can Do

March 15, 2011 Like many other people around the world this past weekend, I was transfixed by the news of the epic disaster that hit Japan on March 11. I've noticed that almost all of the coverage so far has been straight news and very little commentary. In my own case, I find...

Twelve Steps to a Great Networking Conversation

March 14, 2011 A couple of years ago, I wrote a post called Five Principles for Building a Strong Network. It proved to be pretty popular and I've been practicing and coaching on those principles ever since. Today, I want to share twelve steps to having a good networking conversation. With the idea...

The Questions Leaders Need to Ask About "No-Fly Zones"

March 9, 2011 Every so often, a word or phrase will pick up so much buzz that everyone starts talking about it at once. This week, the catch phrase "no fly zone" has achieved that status. As the Libyan dictator Gaddafi and the forces rallying against him continue to battle, more and more...

A Senior Executive Shares His Leadership Rules of the Road

March 8, 2011 One of the most popular aspects of my company's group coaching program, Next Level Leadershipâ"¢ for high potential leaders is the senior executive guest speakers who come in for a lunch time "what I've learned" conversation. They talk about what they've learned over the course of their career and what...

The Big Reasons New Executives Fail and What To Do About Them

March 7, 2011 If you've been around organizations for any length of time, you don't need a research study to tell you that newly hired or promoted executives often struggle in their new roles. You've likely seen it with your own eyes. A recent survey of 320 executives and talent management professionals conducted...

How to Get a Quick Win

March 2, 2011 As the author of The Next Level, the coaching engagements that I'm asked to take on often involve supporting an executive who's taking on a bigger job, leading after a reorganization or some other situation where the stakes are high and the expectations are different. As the old saying goes,...

Six Leadership Do's and Don'ts From Oscar Night

February 28, 2011 There's an old joke that my adopted hometown of Washington, DC is Hollywood for, well, um, not so attractive people. So, of course, to see all the beautiful people in one place one watches the Academy Awards. I'm a big movie buff (Witness my post from a few months ago...

Five Lessons in Leadership Communications from Governor Chris Christie

February 25, 2011 If you're looking for a brilliant piece of analysis and reporting on a leader who's making waves, check out Matt Bai's feature article in The New York Times Magazine on New Jersey Governor Chris Christie. No doubt, you've seen Christie on TV over the last year delivering "can't believe he...

Five Ways to Avoid Being Fired in Five Months

February 23, 2011 The New York media world was abuzz last week with news of the termination of veteran publishing executive, Jack Griffin, from his job of CEO of Time, Inc. a little more than five months after he got there. Just to make sure the situation was clear to all involved, Time-Warner...

Would You Want to Work for You?

February 18, 2011 One of the regular features in the Financial Times is an interview with a business leader called Twenty Questions. The hook is that most of the twenty questions are asked in every interview so if you're a regular reader of the FT (if you're not, I recommend becoming one), you...

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