the ceo magazine, executive coaching,
Willy Steiner, President, Executive Coaching Concepts

There is a decades-long debate taking place in businesses across the country about the return on investment gained from leadership development efforts. It is a question at the heart of my book, Discover The Joy of Leadership: A Practical Guide to Resolving Your Management Challenges, published on February 6, 2017. This book was the culmination of two solid years of work and I am very proud of the product that I created. I start my book off with the following conversation:

the ceo magazine, communication,

When senior executives arrive for coaching, they often come with great motivation but guarded perspective. Either their life coach, their director of communication, an important client, or their spouse has given them some direct or implied feedback that their career or organization has hit a roadblock unless they develop more “executive presence” or overcome some other mysterious challenge.

the ceo magazine, leadership development,
Alan R. Zimmerman, "The Payoff Principle: Discover the 3 Secrets for Getting What You Want Out of Life and Work”

The Problem

When you ask CEO’s what they want out of life and work, the two most common responses are “I just want to be happy” and “I want to be successful.”  And most CEO’s work very hard to achieve those and a number of other goals.

God bless them.  They work and work and work to achieve a measure of happiness and success.  Good for them!  After all, as I tell my audiences, it would be very embarrassing to be an unsuccessful workaholic.

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