Executive Coaching – Adaptability Coach
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Having the daunting responsibility of raising a boy to manhood as a sole custodial female parent since my son was a year and a half old taught me the importance of placing my son around role models whose daily and instinctive actions would inspire and mold my son. Jeff Boss is one of these individuals.
Gwen H., Chairperson of the Department of Family Practice and Medical Director of Patient Centered Medical Home, Cleveland, OH
It is humbling to have an individual with your resume present to our team. Thank you for taking the time to learn our business and demonstrate how your experiences can be applied to our organization.
Mike F., Area VP, ResMed
We train EntreWarriors in Istanbul, Turkey through our very unique Girişim Savaşçısı Program. Jeff is one of our outstanding mentors. He has a very deep philosophy gained in many years by being a SEAL and he transfers this great knowledge on managing the struggle in a very simple and a smooth way with our attendees.
Berke Sarpaş, Creator, Girişim Savaşçısı (EntreWarrior) Program
Selecting the right business coach can be a daunting task to say the least. The key attributes I was looking for in my selection process were primarily built around establishing: trust, relevance and direct impact. After a one hour consultation with Jeff, it was very clear that all three boxes were checked.
Robby K., Director of Sales
The Adaptability Coach
Organizations are only as good as the people who occupy them which is why, as an executive coach specializing in adaptive leadership, I work with individuals, teams and organizations who want to enhance their capacities to drive business results.Jeff Boss, Adaptability Coach
With mindfulness, you can smell all the flowers and appreciate everything that life brings you, without letting your worries get in the way.
Sitting all day at work? I know–not comfy. This infographic confirms why sitting is NOT ideal for the workplace (and why standing is)…
How we spend our time—in bits, pieces, and slivers—can feel like we’re not getting anything done because distractions dissuade our focus. Over the course of a day, however, if you were to step back and look at how much time you spent on email, writing reports, or putting out fires, chances are it would be a number greater than you think.