Joel Garfinkle

Joel Garfinkle is recognized as one of the top 50 leadership coaches in the U.S. As an executive coach, he has worked with many of the world’s leading companies, including Google, Amazon, Starbucks, Deloitte, Cisco Systems, and The Ritz-Carlton. He is the author of seven books, including “Getting Ahead: Three Steps to Take Your Career to the Next Level.” More than 10,000 people subscribe to his Fulfillment@Work newsletter. If you sign up, you’ll receive the free e-book “41 Proven Strategies to Get Promoted Now!”

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6 ways to have executive presence while presenting
6 ways to have executive presence while presenting

Knowing your subject matter is one part of delivering a great presentation. Possessing executive presence is also crucial.

How to raise your curiosity quotient
How to raise your curiosity quotient

There are simple ways you can be more curious about your work and the next big idea.

Stand up for women -- the most undervalued and overlooked leaders
Stand up for women -- the most undervalued and overlooked leaders

What great talent are you and your organization overlooking? Do better by the women in your organization.

5 ways to speak up and get your voice heard in meetings
5 ways to speak up and get your voice heard in meetings

Doing good work matters. But so does showing up and owning your space in the meeting and in the organization.

Uncover your hidden talent -- the future leaders who already work for you
Uncover your hidden talent -- the future leaders who already work for you

Make a plan to start highlighting your existing skilled but overlooked staff.

Be a better listener: 4 ways to improve workplace communication
Be a better listener: 4 ways to improve workplace communication

When “I just want to be heard” is one of the most common statements in the modern workplace, it's time leaders start listening.

Women in leadership
Women in leadership

Imagine what will happen when you gain a reputation for offering leadership training and advancement to capable women.

Executive presence
Executive presence

You don't need to look outside for talent if you do a better job developing your employees' executive presence.

Five steps
Five steps

You can't own something unless you understand the strategy, the goals and what's expected of you.