Ken Kilday, CEO and Founder of Leader’s Cut, an executive business coach who works with CEOs, Business Owners, and Executive Leaders to help them get what they want out of their business joins Enterprise Radio.
Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Ken Kilday discuss the following:
- In the world of business coaching, one size doesn’t fit all. Could you describe your approach to tailoring coaching strategies to meet the specific needs and goals of each executive you work with?
- In today’s rapidly changing business environment, how do you prepare executives in staying adaptable and innovative?
- Many of your clients work with you remotely. What are the advantages of a remote business coach?
- Can you share an example of a particularly challenging or transformative coaching experience you’ve had with an executive client? What were the main takeaways or lessons learned from that experience?
- I understand you are also an author. Tell us about your book. Why did you write it and who should read it?
Ken Kilday, CEO and Founder of Leader’s Cut
Ken is a former executive leader and current Executive Coach and Business Strategist. He uses the diversity and depth of his leadership experience to help CEOs, Business Owners, and Executives become better leaders, make better decisions, and deliver better personal and professional results.
Whether by implementing the Making the Cut™ business operating system, individual coaching, or team effectiveness work – the unifying principle is awareness. The highest-performing leaders use keen awareness to do three things consistently:
- They step away from their day-to-day responsibilities to think about and focus *on* the business rather than *in* it.
- They connect with other leaders in similar roles and share learnings to help each other make important, more informed decisions.
- They constantly seek outside perspectives for new and innovative ideas to bring into their businesses.
Ken’s unique ability to connect with others, help them reflect objectively, and confront challenges with courage leads to positive results in business and at home.
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