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Author Archives: Bill Munn

About Bill Munn

Bill Munn helps executives manage teams to their greatest potential, customizing coaching plans to maximize the performance of each individual. Through strategic visioning and in-the-moment issue resolution, he motivates leadership to spur mission-driven growth. As a 22-year management-coaching veteran and former Dow 30 top executive, Bill has supported hundreds of corporate leaders worldwide with practical wisdom, real-world action tools, and unbiased insight. An MBA and former professor of finance and economics, Bill is a dynamic public speaker and author of two books.
3 Little Rocks: A Client Shares His Story about Smart Communication

3 Little Rocks: A Client Shares His Story about Smart Communication

By Julio Covarrubias Sr. Vineyard Manager, Wente Vineyards Client of Bill Munn Management Coaching We all know that in the business world, communication is extremely important. But often, it’s also a huge challenge. I understand this challenge well. Within my own teams, communication and idea sharing used to be big struggles, for reasons I’ll get […]

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Does Your Leadership Foster Innovation in the Workplace? Or Kill It Dead?

Does Your Leadership Foster Innovation in the Workplace? Or Kill It Dead?

Does your company foster innovation in the workplace? I know you want to nod emphatically and assure me with a big “YES.” But a lot of you may have scoffed instead. Because statistics show a huge disconnect here: Just 54% of entry-level people say new ideas are “celebrated internally,” compared to 91% of senior executives Only […]

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The 1 Trait 97% of Exceptional Leaders Share (Long before They Lead Anything)

The 1 Trait 97% of Exceptional Leaders Share (Long before They Lead Anything)

I can quickly recognize people who will excel in leadership positions, often long before they’re anywhere near that level. I don’t have a crystal ball. But I do have enough experience to have identified the single most consistent indicator of leadership potential. Of course, many traits can contribute to success in leadership. And no 1 […]

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