Excellent Executive Coaching Podcast

EEC 218: Coaches Can Avoid Financial Pitfalls

Jessica Blasingame is a CPA who specializes in financial services for creative entrepreneurs. She founded Beam Financial Group after working a corporate accounting gig that eventually took a toll on her health. She initially left accounting altogether and worked as a certified health coach and yoga teacher. Jessica came full circle when her health coaching clients and colleagues started asking her questions about their business finances.

Excellent Executive Coaching Podcast

EEC 216: Power to Say No and Get More Done!

Emily Ransone loves to say she is enjoying a very multi-faceted career these days. As a business owner, EOS® Implementer (business coach), Peer Group Facilitator with Twelve Mavens, published author, sought-after speaker and workshop facilitator, and active community volunteer, Emily has developed a passion for helping clients, friends and colleagues get more of what they want from life.

EEC 214: The Vigilant Leader: Ensuring Your Past Success Doesn’t Jeopardize Your Future with Len Herstein

Len Herstein has over 30 years of experience in business and brand marketing. Prior to founding his marketing and events company (ManageCamp Inc.), Len innovated, managed, and grew brands for major consumer packaged goods marketers, including Coca-Cola, The Campbell Soup Company, and Nabisco. Since 2015, Len has served as a Reserve Deputy Sheriff in Douglas County, Colorado.

EEC 213: Coaching Below the Surface: Diversity, Equity and Inclusion with LaTonya Wilkins

LaTonya Wilkins is the founder of The Change Coaches and Author of Leading Below the Surface. She partners with executives, upwardly mobile professionals, and teams to build cultures of belonging through highly customized coaching and learning experiences. She is a sought-after keynote speaker and has inspired audiences all over the world. She built her career working in HR, talent management and learning & development at Fortune 500 companies before teaching and taking on progressive leadership roles at the University of Illinois’ Gies College of Business.

EEC 212: How Facial Coding Can Even Tell You If a President is Likely to Succeed or Fail with Dan Hill

Dan Hill, PhD, is the author of nine books, including Emotionomics, which was an Advertising Age top 10 must-read selection and features a foreword by Sam Simon, co-creator of The Simpsons. In 1998, Dan founded Sensory Logic, Inc. whose clients represent over 50% of the world’s top 100 advertisers. Dan pioneered the use of facial coding in business to capture and quantify consumer responses and has 7 U.S. patents for scoring methods for the tool The Economist has dubbed central to the “emerging facial-industrial complex.”

EEC 211: Powerful, Persuasive Presentations with Patricia Fripp

Patricia Fripp helps leaders, engineers, and technical experts develop presentations that drive results. She is a Hall of Fame keynote speaker, executive speech coach, and sales presentation skills expert. Her online learning program, FrippVT.com Powerful, Persuasive Presentations, is embraced as a “must-have” by speakers and companies worldwide. Kiplinger’s Personal Finance wrote that learning presentation skills from Patricia Fripp is one of the best ways to invest in you.

EEC 210: Do You Have GRIT? (Hint – It’s not your typical grit!) with Laurie Sudbrink

Laurie Sudbrink is a leadership expert and author and has seen effective leadership that makes people want to step up and do more. She has also seen down-right terrible leadership that only inspires people to tell stories of the monstrous boss they have! Laurie developed the GRIT® system (Generosity, Respect, Integrity and Truth), which has participants to take control of their own happiness and productivity at work.