In her thought leadership, Liz focuses on helping people navigate their professional and personal lives. Her goal is to provide practical tips and information on how to stay in a growth mindset in order to be constantly evolving as people and leaders.
A common mistake executives make is not firing fast enough. Slow firing is dangerous! Underperformers create an environment of complacency. This can lead to gossip, slowed work, incomplete projects, blame, and excuses. Firing appropriately pays off! It upholds high standards and inspires a culture of productivity, feedback, and accountability that leads to good workflow, confidence, and job satisfaction.
I started working with Lane over a year ago, shortly after she became President of National Brokerage for Sotheby’s International Realty. We quickly dove into business strategy and the understanding of human behavior.
I started executive coaching Milwaukee-based marketing executive Andrea Woda and her team in 2019. She was hoping I could work with her two male colleagues whom she faulted for poor communication and a reactive culture. What I uncovered in coaching with Woda was a classic case of it’s a “them-not-me” problem.
Denver-based real estate agent Deviree Vallejo seemed to have it all – brains, beauty and charisma – but lacked one critical key to making her
When you think about playing, you might conjure up memories from childhood, like digging around in the sandbox or playing a game of tag with
Newsflash: The road to happiness is not actually paved by chasing happiness! This is contrary to what we have been led to believe. In the
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Interested in mindfulness but don’t know where to start? Georgina Miranda, an executive coach with Liz Bentley Associates, shares her takeaways in this feature article
By Liz Bentley I was talking to my 13-year-old son the other night after he had just lost a close lacrosse game 10-8. They had
By Liz Bentley As Charles Darwin famously said, “It’s not the strongest who survive, nor the most intelligent, but the ones most adaptable to change.”