Laura Berger, PCC is an Executive Coach using evidence-based methods to serve executives, entrepreneurs, and leaders for over 20 years.
Executive coaching empowers leaders, C-suite members, and teams to accelerate goal achievement. Laura coaches leaders in the areas of executive presence; power, influence & charisma; corporate politics; and decision-making. Based in South Florida, she works with organizations worldwide, of all sizes, from start-ups to Fortune 500.
Clients and Leaders
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There is no question that emotional intelligence (assessed through EQ-i and sounding suspiciously like a unit of the CIA spying on you through your TV during soap operas) is a key facet of effective leadership.
Growing up, I—probably like you—caught flack for my music tastes from my parents. Being an avid music fan and the former president of the Duran Duran fan club on the Island of Oahu, I remember my folks’ “Turn that down!” objections well.
Innovation has been the king of business buzzwords since before the VCR and home computer hit the mainstream, and its relevance grows by the day—as low-hanging competitive fruit like headcount reductions become increasingly long in the tooth.
The Ballena Coast is the setting of our true story, Radical Sabbatical. Nature drips from the trees. The only sounds are those of wildlife. The ocean is pristine and almost devoid of boating activity. It is pure, unadulterated nature.
My 14-year old niece recently called to ask what to pack for her upcoming visit. In the middle of my suggestions, she interrupted. “Can I ask you a question?”
Almost every blogger in the self-improvement space has written about mindfulness recently—us included. You’ve likely tried it. Some of you have stuck with it.
Kenneth Kaye once said, “Conflict is neither good nor bad. Properly managed, it is absolutely vital.” Highly effective leaders identify, understand and develop swift and smart resolutions to workplace conflicts, most of which demand some level of confrontation. Yet I’ve found many coaching clients dread confrontation, shifting the focus toward diversionary topics or simply turning a […]