Employee Learning Week: Taking Your Leadership to the “Next Level”

  • 05 Dec 2012
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Webinar


This webinar is full.


What’s expected of rising leaders today? 


What are the skills and mindsets that you need to pick up and let go of to succeed when different results are expected?


How can you coach yourself or others to take leadership to the next level?


Based on his extensive research and experience coaching hundreds of executive and high potential leaders, Scott Eblin, author of The Next Level: What Insiders Know About Executive Success, will answer those questions and more in this free Metro DC ASTD webinar.


During this 1-hour, interactive presentation, Scott will:

  • Clarify what most senior executives expect of rising leaders.
  • Identify five common behaviors that are the biggest barriers to succeeding at the next level.
  • Teach you how to break through those barriers with simple, practical and immediately applicable coaching techniques.

Everyone who registers for this webinar will receive a complimentary summary of the coaching tools that Scott will introduce in the session.   Participants are also invited to complete a complimentary leadership self assessment prior to the webinar.


About the Presenter

As an executive coach, speaker and author, Scott Eblin helps next level leaders learn what to pick up and let go of to get game changing results. Featured on ABC News and in Investor’s Business Daily, the Washington Post and Harvard Management Update, Scott is a former Fortune 500 executive, with a leadership development client list that includes executives and high potential leaders from some of the world’s best-known private and public sector organizations.   He is the author of The Next Level: What Insiders Know About Executive Success, which Business Book Review calls a “fascinating read” that “is full of potentially career-saving advice.”


Scott is an honors graduate of Davidson College and holds a master’s degree in public administration from Harvard University.   He received a certificate in leadership coaching from Georgetown University and is a member of the faculty for that program.  Scott also holds the designation of Professional Certified Coach from the International Coach Federation.