Kim Ades works with leaders who are working their butts off, are frustrated with the results they’re generating and know that there has to be a better way.
Speaking Programs and Podcast Topics
How Top Leaders Think During a Crisis
- Experience how your thinking affects your decision making and performance under stressful conditions.
- Explore 3 thinking strategies that top leaders leverage when faced with adversity.
- Learn how to deal with debilitating thinking traps.
There is no question that the Coronavirus has triggered feelings of fear, insecurity and uncertainty. Chances are, you and your team are feeling like you’re at the mercy of whatever new developments this pandemic throws your way. With so little in your control, it can be challenging to keep your team feeling motivated, productive and secure.
In this highly interactive and engaging session, you will discover the thinking strategies that the most successful leaders leverage during difficult times. You will also take a deep, personal look at your own thinking to determine how it is impacting your results both personally and professionally.
You will walk away with tangible techniques for overcoming your current leadership obstacles. Come prepared to be challenged! You are guaranteed to see the world through a new lens – the lens of an exceptional leader, even in moments of crisis.
Your Coaching as an Essential Service
As a coach, you might be facing the following coaching challenges:
How to quickly build a trusting relationship with your clients.
How to keep them engaged in between sessions.
How to go deep and help them address critical issues.
How to deliver incredible coaching EVERY TIME.
How to demonstrate the ROI of your coaching.
During this session, you will discover the solutions to these common coaching challenges. You will also learn how you can turn your coaching practice into an essential service in the eyes of your clients. Your clients need you now more than ever! It’s time to dramatically increase the value that they receive.
Great Leaders are Great Coaches
- Discover the single most important factor that leads to success.
- Become crystal clear about your role and responsibilities as a mentor, leader and coach.
- Explore specific techniques to challenge mentees and employees in order to influence and drive higher levels of performance.
- Learn how to approach difficult conversations and manage yourself, as a leader, in moments of potential conflict and tension.
- Acquire a 5-step practical and poignant coaching process to implement with employees and mentees.
Great leaders are also great coaches. If you’re the leader of your team in any capacity, your role is to coach your team. This skills-based, experiential workshop will equip participants with core coaching skills, perspectives and behaviors to leverage the most important asset inside any organization – the people. This will be beneficial for leaders who want to hone their coaching skills in order to powerfully influence the members of their own team, as well as for mentors who want to provide valuable guidance to their mentees.
How Exceptional Leaders Think
- Discover the single most important factor that leads to success.
- Explore 3 key thinking strategies used by exceptional leaders that you can apply immediately.
- Learn how to prevent yourself from falling into typical leadership thinking traps.
- Become aware of several costly mistakes you may be unknowingly making with your team.
- Acquire practical techniques to challenge yourself and your team in order to drive higher levels of performance.
When we examine leaders like Bill Gates, Oprah Winfrey, Albert Einstein, Lady Gaga and Richard Branson, we find a common thread. Leaders of this caliber share similar thinking strategies.
During this highly interactive and engaging session, you will take a deep personal look at your own thinking to determine how it is impacting your results both personally and professionally, and you will learn the thinking strategies of the most successful leaders.
You will learn tangible techniques for overcoming your most significant leadership obstacles. Be prepared to see the world through a new lens – the lens of an exceptional leader!
Interview Kim Ades on your Podcast
- How leaders can manage themselves in the face of adversity.
- What “emotional resilience” is and how leaders can leverage it.
- Why Kim does NOT recommend finding a work/life balance.
- The BIGGEST coaching mistakes that leaders make.
- How journaling can help leaders reach their goals.
About Kim Ades
Kim Ades has 15+ years of experience helping leaders master their thinking in order to yield extraordinary results for their organizations. She is the author of What You Focus on Grows, has spoken for dozens of organizations and has been a guest on many top-ranking podcasts. Her personalized programs, coaching and products are game-changers for her clients.
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What People Are Saying
In this unprecedented time, I highly recommend Kim Ades for virtual presentations. Kim totally and absolutely captured the interest of the group. In this very difficult time, she did a wonderful job of getting my team to engage and learn. The virtual meeting was really a chance to continue. It truly surpassed my expectations ─ Kim delivered and my team loved it. I love Kim’s storytelling and her connection to my team. She got my members to participate in a very challenging forum. I know they needed this and she helped them so much.
Kim Ades’s talk was nothing short of inspiring. The attendees were made up of highly accomplished managers with years of experience directing the activities of major companies in and around New York City. They can be a tough audience to say the least, but Kim completely captured them with her energy, thought-provoking questions and live participation. Everyone walked away with a valuable insight and a deeper understanding of how we impose limitations on ourselves instead of flying free towards our goals.
As a podcast producer and host, I’ve interviewed over 700 guests, including New York Times Bestselling Authors, self-help gurus and Academy Award Winners. Kim Ades was definitely a standout guest for me. I had her on all of my podcasts, and it was a wonderful experience. Kim provided valuable content for my listeners and focused on serving the needs of the show. I would highly recommend her to anyone looking for a guest who is engaging, entertaining and offers great insights and takeaways about how to change your life by changing your thinking. She has my highest recommendation.
I have seen Kim Ades speak in large rooms of entrepreneurs and in more intimate settings too. Regardless of the audience, Kim is engaging and confident. She is highly experienced in all the areas she talks about and uses vivid examples. During one of her talks, she did a live coaching session with a volunteer. I was sitting on the edge of my seat wondering how she was going to handle each challenge on the spot, but she knew exactly what to say and how to say it. It was super clear that Kim is not only a great speaker, but knows her stuff as both an experienced coach and someone who trains coaches. After I saw her speak, I hired her to be my personal coach and to speak for Entrepreneurs’ Organization. After other EO members saw her speak, they hired her to speak at other events. She has returned to speak at our chapter every year since and that speaks for itself.
I have had the good fortune to attend a number of leadership conferences and workshops throughout my career. The Frame of Mind Coaching™ event we participated in a couple weeks ago is possibly the best leadership seminar I have attended. Initially I thought it would be hard to stay on track to ask the right questions during coaching discussions. Interestingly enough, I have already seen positive change in one staff member due to our coaching discussion regarding his beliefs on certain products and situations. Kim brought to light some key coaching areas that each and every one of us can utilize on a daily basis. I feel significant benefit both professionally and personally from my implementation of a number of items covered that day.
For anyone looking to have Kim Ades on their podcast as a possible interviewee, I highly, highly recommend it. I had an amazing time interviewing her. Very rarely do I have guests that you can throw literally any question at them and they answer it; not like, “oh I read this book…” and they regurgitate some answer, but from experience. I think that’s really rare, and provided a ton of value for my listeners. If there’s anyone out there that is looking for an unbelievable interview, I highly recommend Kim Ades.
I was fortunate enough to see Kim present at a Strategic Human Resources conference in a room of 900 people. I don’t think there was a dry eye in the room. She has a way of getting to the heart of things and touching people in a very human way that is irresistible and that you can’t help but relate to.
Our leadership team attended a workshop given by Kim Ades and it was the highlight of our meeting. We all discovered new things and all felt that Kim understood who we were but also that she was just like us. The only difference is that she had voluntarily decided to make a difference and she decided that she wanted to grow as a person and give back to her family, her friends, her team and her customers. In a short period of time, all the leaders had a different perspective on what it meant to lead and transform people. I truly and sincerely recommend Kim’s workshop to any company that values their people!