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Visionary Leader, Extraordinary Life

Visionary Leader, Extraordinary Life

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August 22nd 2011:Up Until Now: How Your Past Is Shaping Your Future

What is the story you’ve been telling about your life up until now? Whether or not you realize it, the way you think about and tell your own life story is having an enormous impact on your future possibilities. Host Kate Ebner and Dr. Neil Stroul of Georgetown University’s Leadership Coaching Program, explore how the stories we tell about our lives – and the roles we assign ourselves in those stories – create conditions for success or may hold us back. In order to be visionary, we need to understand the relationship of past, future and present. Come listen to today’s show and find out ho

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Neil Stroul

Dr. Neil Stroul is a professional psychologist, who left the therapy world for organizational consulting and training in 1979. His career has been devoted to helping organizations foster a developmental culture. As a leadership coach, Neil works with senior executives to help them find pathways to maintain their humanity while becoming effective leaders. Neil finds coaching to be the vehicle that allows him to express his "best self." Neil believes that leadership is a philosophical proposition. Great leaders want to make a contribution, and leading is how they bring their vision of what the future could be, to the world. Leaders must be clear on who they are and what they stand for. Thro
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