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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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What Are You More Likely to Remember?

April 13, 2015 So the original plan for this past weekend was to get caught up on some work while my wife, Diane, was away at a conference in Las Vegas. To some degree, that was the plan for both of us. We have a couple of big new projects coming on line...

Three Signs That You Have Too Much Executive Presence

April 9, 2015 It’s common for leaders who want to make a bigger impact to work on building their executive presence. It’s so common, in fact, that my company offers a seven month group coaching program for high potential leaders slated for executive roles. Our goal in that program is to make the...

Five Simple Ways to Feel Better and Perform Better

April 6, 2015 Sitting at your desk for hours on end can take a toll on a lot of things—your mental performance, your overall outlook on life and your general health and well-being. There’s a reason that researchers have concluded that sitting is the new smoking. Unfortunately, for many of us, the nature...

Five Ways to Clear the Decks

March 30, 2015 I’m a little late writing this post this morning because I’ve spent the past 45 minutes clearing the decks. When I sat down at my desk this morning, it looked like it had been through a hurricane. I’ve got lots of reasons (excuses) for that. I’ve been away on business...

Are You the Fire Hose or the Nozzle?

March 23, 2015 As you enter into countless live and virtual conversations this week, here’s a question to consider. Are you the firehose or the nozzle? Here’s a quick description of each and a few ways to tell the difference. To get the mental picture of a fire hose, imagine the real thing...

10 Ways to Lead Bigger

March 19, 2015 As I wrote here a few months ago, the biggest development opportunity for many of the rising leaders I work with as an executive coach is to play a bigger game. Once a leader achieves a level of mastery in leading his or her functional team, the next step is...

The Steps to Happiness: One Less, One More

March 16, 2015 We’ve all heard the phrase less is more. Perhaps it’s also true that more is less. I think that’s where Robbie Vorhaus is coming from with his recent book, One Less. One More. Follow Your Heart. Be Happy. Change Slowly. Vorhaus is a well respected crisis expert and communications strategist...

Make Better Choices for Better Time Management

March 12, 2015 There’s a very high likelihood that you’ve heard the counsel to spend your time on the things that are important but not urgent. Easy to advise, hard to do, right? It’s all too easy to end up spending your day reacting to things that are both urgent and important or,...

Three Good Reasons to Embarrass Yourself in Public

March 9, 2015 Can you imagine what it would be like to stand up in front of a roomful of strangers and read selections from the journal or diary you kept as a teenager? If you find yourself in Denver on the right evening, you could have the opportunity to find out. There’s...

Do the Same Rules Apply to You?

March 5, 2015 If you’re following the news this week, you’ve seen the headlines about Hillary Clinton using a private email account supported by her own private email server during the four years she served as secretary of State. As far as this blog is concerned, I’m not really interested in speculating on...

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