Join Nebo CEO Kate Ebner and special guest Kim D’Abreu for a 45-minute discussion on proven strategies to engage and retain a diverse workforce. Learn how to create a culture where everyone can bring their best self and four cultural competencies that every organization should adopt.
Each of us has a “learning edge” – our own personal frontier in which we are rapidly, and sometimes uncomfortably, learning about ourselves and the world. At this frontier, we have the greatest gains to make.
Join Nebo CEO and top leadership coach Kate Ebner for a 45-minute webinar that will provide success strategies for aligning and energizing your senior leadership team. Learn how to gauge how your senior leadership team is performing and five strategies to make your team work better together.
Nebo CEO and top leadership coach Kate Ebner offers success strategies for engaging and working with coaches. Learn how to be great partners to the coaching process and leave with an understanding of when – and when not – to invest in coaching for an organizational leader.
A common myth in popular culture is that the world of startups – and innovation by default – belong to the young. The reality is very different.
Building a brand and gaining the trust of customers is one of the hardest things to do, yet that trust is also easy to lose; as Warren Buffet once said: “It takes 20 years to build a reputation and five minutes to ruin it.”
Amazon had a big year in 2017. So how did a company that was founded in 1994 as an online bookseller become so dominant?
As you look out into 2018, 2028, or 2038, what is your vision for your organization? How does it account for the organization’s contribution to society?
Since assuming the role as Microsoft’s CEO, Satya Nadella has transformed the culture of one of the largest and most influential tech companies by making empathy, self-awareness, and diversity strategic priorities.
In 1995, Daniel Goleman popularized the concept of emotional intelligence (EI) in his seminal book Emotional Intelligence: Why It Matters More Than IQ. More than 20 years later, it’s more relevant than ever.