Are you brilliant and ambitious leaders but frustrated with a lack of employee engagement and are ready to inspire your teams. With our 7-step coaching process and your brilliance, you will inspire your team to excel. If you are taking on a new position and want to avoid falling into the 40% that fail after 18 months, our coaching process will support you in excelling in your new role or position and do so quickly and more productively. Katrina Burrus, PhD, MCC is the lead coach at Excellent Executive Coaching LLC, US and MKB Conseil & Coaching, Switzerland. She has a proven track record in coaching global leaders in multinationals (Nestle, Novartis, CERN, UNAIDS, United Nations to name a few).

EEC 183: When in a Crisis – Key communication Tips by Anthony Hayes

THI founder Anthony Hayes has spent more than 18 years in communications, crisis and issue management and political and legislative campaigns. A seasoned C-level advisor, Anthony has cultivated an energetic, fast-growing company now trusted to execute strategy for prominent clients around the globe. He’s served leaders at the highest levels including presidential candidates, members of the U.S. Cabinet, governors and other elected officials, C-Suite executives, law enforcement officials, and high-ranking health and legal professionals.

EEC 182: How To Think Differently About Creating And Keeping Real Estate Wealth With Sarah Poynton-Ryan

Sarah Poynton-Ryan is an award winning entrepreneur, who believes in a world where people wake up in a safe, warm, comfortable bed. A property entrepreneur & investor turned business mentor has always been a grafter and high achiever. After her first business venture almost ruined her financially she turned things around when she took control and launched her current property & education businesses. Sarah is an independent female voice in a very male dominated industry globally. Sarah is living proof that it is possible to fail your way to success and that when you make a choice, and you mean it anything is possible.

EEC 181: Leadership in My Opinion by Maya Roffler

Maya Roffler has been in a leadership role for over ten years in corporate America as well as small startups. She feels extremely passionate about leading women and has found great success in her career. She has worked in corporate retail, startups, and the event production space for most of her career. Maya has led teams larger than a hundred and enjoys the challenge of bringing together a remote team. Her goal is to assist in creating successful individuals and that is different for every direct report.

EEC 177: Saving Children with Seth Berkley CEO of GAVI

Seth Berkley joined the GAVI Alliance as its Chief Executive Officer (CEO) in August 2011. The GAVI Alliance is a public-private partnership whose mission is to save children’s lives and protect people’s health by increasing access to immunization in developing countries. Since its launch in 2000, GAVI has prevented more than five million future deaths and helped protect 288 million children with new and underused vaccines.

EEC 176: Shifting from 20th Century Rigidity to 21st Century Agility in the Workplace with Chris Kane

Chris Kane has worked in the Corporate Real Estate sector for over thirty years, having operated as the Vice President of International Corporate Real Estate for The Walt Disney Company, before acting as Head of Corporate Real Estate at the BBC. His new book, Where Is My Office? Reimagining the Workplace for the 21st Century (Bloomsbury Business, Oct. 15, 2020) investigates innovative corporate real estate thinking in the modern workplace.

EEC 175: Business Should Be A Force For Good with Diana Fryc

Diana Fryc believes that business should be a force for good and uses her networking superpowers to drive change in the food, beverage, and wellness industries, specifically in the areas of employment diversity, food equality, and the promotion of sustainable supply chain. She founded and hosts The Gooder Podcast where she interviews the powerhouse women leading on every level in food, beverage, and wellness. Diana Fryc is a marketing industry executive with 20 years advising brands from fortune 50 to start-ups on how to address their toughest growth challenges.