Category: executive coaching

Coaching is The Success Algorithm

Coaching is The Success Algorithm – by Colle Davis Having pure raw talent, a strong drive and high intelligence will not make you a success in business. These are valuable resources help, but they are not enough in today’s world. You need an edge, an advantage, to help you reach your goals. If you have …

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Hiring and Retaining the Best and the Brightest in Companies Today

Hiring and Retaining the Best and the Brightest in Companies Today Colle Davis, a Senior Level Executive Coach for 35 years The common refrain from leaders today is, “I only want the best candidate for the job.” True, but that premise has an interesting flaw built into it. How does a company find qualified candidates …

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How Much is Your Opinion Worth?

How Much is Your Opinion Worth?  By Coach Colle Davis In this era of spin and fake news, it’s a good idea to ask yourself, “What value do other people assign to my opinions?” Do others accept your opines as the Holy Word and hang onto your words as having life-shifting importance? Are your statements and …

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Wake Up. You Are NOT IMPORTANT TO OTHER PEOPLE

  Wake Up. You Are NOT IMPORTANT TO OTHER PEOPLE – By Coach Colle Davis Shocking news: The most important person in every conversation is the other person and NOT YOU. How important are you are to the other person? (Include your spouse in your consideration to this question.) How important is your product, service or concern …

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Asking For and Receiving a Raise

Asking For and Receiving a Raise By Coach Colle Davis Asking for and receiving a raise is a process and requiring you to follow the steps to get the raise. 1) Realize that you set the rules of engagement. Any fears or trepidation are addressed before you ask so your energy is focused on your …

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Non-Scary, Risk Taking

Non-Scary, Risk Taking – by Coach Colle Davis There is an old saying, “The bigger the risk, the bigger the rewards.” This statement carries some implied acceptance that one is actually willing to take risks. What is not said is that taking risks of any size that don’t work, will still give you experience that …

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Next Exit Syndrome

Next Exit Syndrome – by Colle Davis Picture the following scenario: You’re driving down the freeway and suddenly it occurs to you that you must have missed your exit. You ask yourself, “How’s that possible? I really was paying attention, and I’ve been on this road many times before, so how could I have missed …

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