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What is Executive Coaching? Why Everyone Needs a Coach

Think for a moment...Who do you look to as a role model or source of inspiration? What about this person makes him or her a role model? What is it that inspi... (Think for a moment...Who do you look to as a role model or source of inspiration?
Bruce Juhola's insight:

In my role as a CEO of rapidly growing company, my CEO coaching group Vistage, was invaluable for me.  It was the very best business decision that I made as a CEO.

 

If you are a CEO in Central Oregon, you need to take a close look at Vistage and what it can do for you to help you grow your company.

 

Bruce Juhola

Vistage Chair

Bend, Oregon CEO Leadership

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How to Step into a New Leadership Role and Make it Your Own

How to Step into a New Leadership Role and Make it Your Own | How to improve your leadership | Scoop.it
Whether you're the next Pope or CEO of an organization, leadership transition is often hard. How do you step into a leadership role and make it your own?

Via Scott Span, MSOD
Bruce Juhola's insight:

Although the article talks about leadership transition, and uses the Pope and President Obama, the article has some good ideas of how CEOs can prepare a transition within their companies.

 

Do you have a structure, plan or process in place for new executives or managers coming into your company?

 

Bruce Juhola

Vistage Chair 

Bend, Oregon CEOs

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Scott Span, MSOD's curator insight, March 12, 2013 11:12 AM

Do you have a succession plan?
How do you manage leadership transition?
What steps does your organization take to prepare stakeholders for leadership changes?

Scott Span, MSOD's comment, March 12, 2013 12:25 PM
Thanks for the rescoop, Amy.
Scott Span, MSOD's comment, March 14, 2013 10:26 AM
Bruce, Thanks. I often prefer to use relevant and timely examples to highlight points regarding organizational growth and improvement to make them tangible. I’m glad to see you saw the points as food for thought cross industry and throughout business. I’m always intrigued to see from others what best practices may be out there we can learn from.