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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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Your Leadership Role Will End

May 13, 2010 One thing you can count on if you're in a leadership role is that it's going to end someday. If you're lucky, you'll leave the role with tributes and parties in your honor. If you're not so lucky, you may not have much time to make the transition from leader...

How to Share Power

May 11, 2010 The most interesting political story this week is the negotiation among David Cameron of the U.K.'s Conservative Party and Nick Clegg of the Liberal Democrats to reach a power sharing agreement to establish a coalition government following last week's elections in the U.K. Of course, the current prime minister, Gordon...

Quote of the Week Award Winner

May 7, 2010 There was an interesting article in the Washington Post this week about an invention developed by a United Methodist pastor in Salem, VA named Ken Dupin. After thinking about the dilemma of seniors who need extended care but don't want to move to a nursing home, Dupin has come up...

Pavlov Didn't Train Leaders

May 5, 2010 Anyone who had Intro to Psychology in school knows the story of Pavlov's dog. The Russian psychologist is best known today for his research in conditioned response. In his most famous experiment, he would ring a bell every time he gave his dog a tasty treat. The dog learned to...

Perfect or Good Enough?

May 4, 2010 One of the issues that a lot of my high potential leader clients find challenging is summed up in this item from the list of leadership behaviors in our Next Level 360 degree survey: Effectively differentiates between efforts that require perfection and those for which "good enough" is sufficient. It's...

True Insincerity is Hard to Find

May 3, 2010 One of my mentors in high school was fond of saying, "True insincerity is hard to find." Running for reelection in Britain this week, prime minister Gordon Brown demonstrated what that line is all about. In case you haven't heard, Brown was out in the neighborhoods talking to the "real...

Three Dozen Predictable Situations That Executives Will Face in Their Careers

April 28, 2010 There probably aren't many kids who grow up thinking, "Someday I want to be a Wall Street executive and testify in front of a Senate committee that's loaded for bear." Yet, that's what happened this week for eight or nine executives from Goldman Sachs. Who would have predicted that a...

Taking the Long Term Perspective

April 26, 2010 I read a couple of articles yesterday that provided clear explanations of some complex topics - the Securities and Exchange Commission's fraud charge against Goldman Sachs and the Obama administration's efforts on nuclear non-proliferation. Before you click away from this post, hang in there with me because there's a quick...

Five Traits of the Most Admired Leaders

April 22, 2010 Among the many things I like about our group coaching program, Next Level Leadershipâ"¢, one of my favorites is when the high potential leader participants share with each other what they learned in their senior executive shadow days. Here's how the shadow day works. To broaden their perspective on the...

Ten Things to Look for in Your Mental Kitchen

April 20, 2010 Where do you go when you really need to think and get some serious work done? If the result of that work is some first rate food for thought, you might think of the place that enables you to create it as your mental kitchen. It's that place where you...

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