Deb Crowe, Executive, and Business Coach

Deb Crowe, Executive, and Business Coach

  • Deb is an executive and business coach.
  • She’s a heart-centered thought leader.

 

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Overview

The trend of coaching has increased significantly in recent years, and so does their need. A coach helps individuals uncover their potential, climb up the career ladder and improve their life overall by asking the right questions. Be it a Career coach, an executive coach, or a life coach, people are realizing the importance of hiring coaches and at the same time, people are showing interest in becoming a coach themselves to impact others’ lives positively.

Well, today we have invited Deb Crowe, Executive, and Business Coach to share her insights with us.

00:37- About Deb Crowe, Executive, and Business Coach

  • Deb is an executive and business coach.
  • She’s a heart-centered thought leader.
  • I firmly believe that every single imperfection adds to your leadership. In today’s world, everyone is imperfect, and my mission is to show that you don’t have to be “perfect” to be a caring, effective, heart-centered leader.
  • She’s an Executive Coach for Senior Leaders.

00:58- You use the word imperfect several times, tell me about the background of the use

  • I think that we’re all imperfect. Many of us grow up deciding what we’re going to do in our professional lives.
  • As we move through life and the motion of progressing to be a better version of ourselves.
  • We get entangled in that intangible reality of perfection, and my goal in messaging is to embrace our imperfections.

02:10- What made you select coaching as a career or a profession?

  • My schooling is in disability management with a focus on neuroscience.
  • Then one of the life and disability insurance companies asked me if I would start looking after some executives who were on short-term disability claims from stress.
  • I realized I’d been coaching all along, and then I had hired two coaches, one to help me have an exit strategy to close my clinic and look after my staff.

05:33- Qualities of heart-centered thought leaders

  • I believe that I was raised to be a heart-centered person.
  • I was told that heart-centered leadership didn’t have a place.  People would like me if I was heart-centered, but I wouldn’t be respected.
  • Being trustworthy: You have to develop trust so that you can have a rapport with people that honors the  connection.
  •  Attentive listening and listening to be present, not to respond.
  • Hone and honor your character: people want leaders that are real and when you can honor your connection with people you’ve honed and mastered the ability to not allow it to be transactional

08:35- What is the meaning of heart-centered leadership?

  •  Heart-centered leadership is honoring your connection with people

12:37- How does a startup build culture?

  • They start by embracing who the leader is, and the leader leads the culture.

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You can connect with Deb Crowe- LinkedIn

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  • Deb is an executive and business coach.
  • She’s a heart-centered thought leader.
  • I firmly believe that every single imperfection adds to your leadership. In today’s world, everyone is imperfect, and my mission is to show that you don’t have to be “perfect” to be a caring, effective, heart-centered leader.
  • She’s an Executive Coach for Senior Leaders.

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