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Be A Virtual Executive: How To Successfully Lead From Your Home Office

By Debra Benton
Be A Virtual Executive: How To Succesfully Lead From the Home Office

Over twenty years ago, I started my life as a virtual executive. I had been looking at office space in New York or San Francisco, when along came a cowboy and swept me off my feet. (When I say cowboy, I mean a real cowboy. A mountain living, cattle wranglin’, horse riding man who personified … Read more

Bite-Size Executive Coaching: A New Option for 2020

By Debra Benton
Bite-Size Executive Coaching

You can remember times where you’ve been stuck, you had a career crisis, or a gigantic choice to make and you had no one objective and experienced to talk to about it — well, now you do.  I am now offering bite-size executive coaching for what you need, when you need it. A long-term coaching … Read more

How To Prepare For An Important Meeting

By Debra Benton
How To Prepare For An Important Meeting

Forty-six percent of employees rarely or never leave a meeting knowing what they’re supposed to do next, according to entrepeneur.com. You don’t want to be known as the person who leads that kind of meeting. So, what should you do? Prepare, prepare, prepare.  If you painstakingly prepare more than most people bother to, it will … Read more

18 Best Questions To Ask An Employer In An Interview

By Debra Benton
18 Best Questions To Ask An Employer In An Interview

Job interviews are always a two-way street. While it’s important to prepare for the interview so you can answer questions confidently, it’s just as important to know the best questions to ask an employer in an interview.  You are there to evaluate them as much as they are to evaluate you. You are a precious … Read more

The Similarities In Our Differences

By Debra Benton
We are more similar than dissimilar

Recently, a German publication Coaching-Magazin honored me by featuring my work in the states and how it applies to the German audience. As I perused the article, it occurred to me that the reason an American coach can be highlighted in a German publication is because, despite our differences, we are more similar than dissimilar. … Read more