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Our blog takes you inside the world of leading edge executive performance with Barry Pogorel… learn more about what it takes to create revolutionary results for yourself and your organization. Questions and comments invited!
As our series on Executive Coaching heads to a new year, we offer a clear path to the source of Revolutionary Results with Barry Pogorel Leadership for individuals and teams.
For a Leader in a hurry (what leader isn’t?) Our executive coaching series picks up the pace for those already moving very fast to cover a lot of territory. How do you select the right coach for you?
What does it take to find your way to planning a great next year? One key step makes all the difference. Create more energy so your business plans succeed, using these questions from Barry Pogorel.
Our series jumps ahead with Executive Coaching to Stop Overwhelm Here's more of The Inside View with Barry Pogorel • • • How does accomplishment turn into overwhelm? You’re on track in your career. Results are strong. You’ve been promoted or you're working hard on...
What happens after a merger takes place? That’s when senior executives are left with the often daunting task of making the merger work in the real world, with real people. It’s where Barry Pogorel’s executive coaching for teams makes something impossible happen.
Promoting from within has its own pitfalls for all concerned. The CEO of a global company contacted me. He said that he was looking for a next president to run the U.S. division. His top performing executive had asked for the job. This man was his most effective EVP, however, at the same time was a significant liability.
Welcome to the first post in our newest series: Executive Coaching . The Inside View with Barry Pogorel Every executive wonders whether they can achieve what they are expected to accomplish.
The more clearly a leader can see objective reality, the more effective that leader will be in dealing with it. To separate out “the facts” from interpretations, opinions, prejudices, assumptions, points of view, “what everybody knows” is essential.