I am an executive coach who works with senior and emerging leaders to help them think effectively so that they can lead with purposeful intent.
I partner with leaders and organizations who recognize the importance of leadership development and are eager to learn strategies to help them more capably manage their daily challenges.
Every day, leaders need to prioritize competing demands, inspire their teams, make time for big-picture visioning, and keep themselves on track. To do this, they need to think effectively -- they need to think calmly, clearly, and confidently. Effective thinking begins with understanding how your brain works so that you can change the mindsets and behaviors that are getting in your way.
My coaching program is a unique blend of neuroscience concepts and tools, relevant leadership models, and measurable action planning.
We identify specific goals that align with what your company needs, and we track success along the way. During coaching, my clients reflect on their leadership patterns, practice new ways to communicate, shift their perspective, and identify helpful strategies. Creating these new leadership road maps creates new pathways in the brain that represent new thoughts and behaviors. Leaders learn to more adeptly manage stress and navigate through change.
Coaching is a partnership -- I believe it should be collaborative, engaging, and fun. My clients appreciate my positive energy and ability to carefully listen, quickly reframe, and hone in on the heart of the matter.
Are you a leader who would like to think and act more calmly, clearly, and confidently?
I’m Deb Elbaum
I work with senior executives and emerging leaders to help them better manage leadership challenges -- whether navigating challenging work environments, communicating more confidently, or making high-stakes decisions. If you would like to learn strategies to shift unhelpful mindsets and behavior patterns, contact me now for a complimentary strategy session.
It is inevitable that you will encounter stressful situations and conversations at work.
But what's important to know is that you have a choice in how you respond. You can retrain your brain to understand what's happening with your thinking, and you can use neuroscience concepts to respond clearly, calmly, and confidently in the future.
If you are ready for more effective ways of handling stressful colleagues, conversations, and situations, contact me for a complimentary conversation.