If they can learn to capitalize on those strengths while simultaneously minimizing the effects of their blind spots, they not only continue to progress in their careers, but they also contribute very measurably to the organization’s bottom line.
Wayne, PA (PRWEB) April 21, 2009
The Global Consulting Partnership announced today that one of its directors, Debra Fish, will participate in The Conference Board’s 2009 Women’s Leadership Conference.
An expert in business strategy consulting and the leadership competencies needed to execute that strategy effectively, Dr. Fish will share some of her experience during a panel discussion of coaching and mentoring in organizations. The goal of the panel is to highlight the different roles coaching and mentoring can play in helping women develop and advance into leadership positions.
Dr. Fish regularly provides leadership development coaching for corporate executives as well as leaders in professional service firms. Her work focuses on helping individuals fuel organizational performance by increasing their own effectiveness in leadership roles. “Most people who rise to a leadership level in an organization have done so because of distinct strengths they have exhibited,” says Fish. “If they can learn to capitalize on those strengths while simultaneously minimizing the effects of their blind spots, they not only continue to progress in their careers, but they also contribute very measurably to the organization’s bottom line.”
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