Jul 13, 2020
Ed Evarts is a certified team and leadership coach, business strategist, and founder and president of Excellius Leadership Development.
Ed has worked with clients such as Blue Cross Blue Shield, Johnson & Johnson, and Biogen, helping firms and mid-to-senior level professionals succeed in their industry and achieve higher levels of performance, visibility, and self-awareness. Ed formerly served as president of the New England Chapter of the International Coach Federation (ICF), where he earned one of his coaching credentials, and has spent many years working in the human resources arena. Additionally, Ed is the host of the podcast Be Brave @ Work with Ed Evarts, and the author of Raise Your Visibility & Value, as well as the upcoming book, Drive Your Career: 9 High-Impact Ways to Take Responsibility for Your Own Success.
Ed joins me today to share his journey to launching his coaching business, how getting laid off from his corporate job served as a significant career pivot point and his advice for those navigating similar experiences. He discusses who can benefit from a coaching relationship and how he works with his clients to help them achieve greater self-awareness and career success. Ed also highlights how having a mindset of conviction can propel you towards your goals and the power of being a lifelong student by never underestimating the opportunity to learn from others.
“We are not in this alone, and we do need to stand on the shoulders of others and look to them to help us be more successful. We can learn something from everyone that we meet.” - Ed Evarts
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