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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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It's Not Just You: Three Ways to Get Your Confident Self Into the Game

November 15, 2010 Last week I spent an afternoon talking with about 60 newly promoted executives of a well known global company. The group had flown in from around the world and the topic was how to lead at the next level. The framing question for my work with executives is what do...

Leadership and Your Long Term Legacy

November 12, 2010 Perhaps you've heard the story about the Renaissance era traveler who came upon a group of three men smashing rocks by the side of the road. He asked the first man what he was doing and the man said, "I am engaged in the daily drudgery of smashing large rocks...

The Power of Courtesy

November 9, 2010 I travel a lot. Mainly domestic in the US, two or three round trip flights a month for business. In an average year, I'll travel internationally once or twice. This week, I'm in Florence, Italy to speak to a group of newly promoted executives. If you fly in the US...

The Heroes of Walter Reed

November 8, 2010 Last week, on a rainy afternoon in Washington, I had the privilege of doing something that I wish every American had the opportunity to experience. Through her company, Hooks Book Events, my friend Perry Hooks arranged to give 200 copies of a new book about women combat veterans called When...

It Never Ends. Even More Leadership Lessons from the Washington Redskins

November 4, 2010 So, if you're a regular reader of this blog, you might have expected me to have some sort of leadership lessons post on yesterday's mid-term elections. I'm waiting to see how the various players respond in the next couple of days before I get to that topic. One that I'm...

Three Things I Learned About Leadership From Admiral Allen

November 3, 2010 This week I had the opportunity to meet and learn from someone I've admired for the last five years - former U.S. Coast Guard Commandant Admiral Thad Allen. Admiral Allen was the opening keynote speaker at Government Executive's Excellence in Government Conference. (I had the opportunity to speak and work...

Lead Like a Mom

October 29, 2010 With the beginning of a new group coaching cohort, I've been spending some time this week in one on one calls with high potential leaders to review their 360 degree feedback data. One of the calls was with a leader who I'll call Nancy. She's a long term high performer...

Why and How Leaders Need to Say Thank You

October 28, 2010 With a shout out to the folks at the Compensation Café blog, I just read an interesting post on research that demonstrates the positive results that come from saying thank you. So, as you read that last sentence you may have thought, "They needed a study to demonstrate that? I...

Leadership Lessons from a Three Ring Circus

October 26, 2010 With everything that leaders have to juggle, it's easy to feel like the ringmaster of a three ring circus. For Kenneth Feld, CEO of Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus, it must be hard to resist that feeling. In it's almost always interesting Corner Office series, the New York...

Why Your Peers Can't Stand Working With You

October 22, 2010 My work as an executive coach involves looking at a lot of 360 degree feedback reports. Like anything else in life, if you look at enough data points you eventually see the patterns and connections. One of the patterns I see in the 360 data on leadership behaviors is that...

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