This month we welcomed Sue Weaver to our team of executive coaches. Sue brings 25 years of experience in the mortgage industry and has been championing a coaching culture all along the way. We recently sat down with Sue to ask her about her background and life outside of work.
We want you to see yourself as more than a manager. As a leader, you can be a career and life improver. You can be a Coaching Leader. Here’s what sets coaching leaders apart from managers and a guide to help you get there.
We want you to meet your goals and experience unmitigated success personally and professionally. So, we’ve created three tools to help you identify where you want to go and figure out how to get there.
From the deregulation of the airline industry to the emergence of giant travel services such as Expedia, here’s how one travel agency CEO has successfully weathered major industry shifts — and how mortgage leaders can do the same.
If 70 percent of the American population is disengaged in their work, where do we start the mending process? How can leaders help their employees find a path to deeper satisfaction in their roles?
The best leaders understand the necessary balance between the behaviors they adopt and the beliefs that must first exist to uphold them.
These aggressive targets are so big and so far out that accomplishing them is going to require your team to stretch and work harder and smarter than they have ever worked before.
This is part of an ongoing series on the power of the outside perspective for mortgage leaders. Today’s post features real estate agent Kenny Klaus, who spoke at our recent Masters’ Coach event in Santa Barbara.
Meet Kirk Lohmolder, the new president of Building Champions. After years in executive sales leadership, he recently sat down with us to share what drew him to our organization and what he’s looking forward to in the months ahead.
If you’ve taken the time to create a Life Plan, then you know there’s a gap between where you are and where you want to be. Here are three key steps to keep your Life Plan alive and continue moving toward a life you love.
It’s hard to get anywhere good in life without a plan — and the best plans take time, effort and focus. That’s why we coach our clients to take one full day to get away and create a Life Plan.
We recently asked 8 of our executive coaches and CEO Mentors to share what makes for an effective team retreat. Here are their tips to help you and your team get away, slow down and discover how to work even better together.