Coaching Through Honesty and Authenticity With Paul Glover

Paul Glover
Paul Glover

For over 30 years, Paul Glover has served as a coach and corporate speaker. He works with leaders in organizations generating between $20 million to $1 billion, helping them create a workplace legacy. Alongside his coaching and speaking, Paul is a member of the Ewing Executive Management Team and the Forbes Coaches Council. He started his career as a labor and employment lawyer in Chicago.

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Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn: 

  • How Paul Glover learned to “tell the story”
  • The value of speaking direct truth to leaders
  • What Paul offers to leaders as a coach
  • The two rules Paul follows that lead to success in his program
  • How the pandemic changed leadership and following
  • Command and control versus trust and respect
  • What are the four As, and what do they mean for a workforce?

In this episode…

Coaches are a controversial subject in the corporate world. When finding the right person, they can drastically challenge and improve a business. Finding the wrong coach can waste time, resources, and passion. There are several characteristics of a quality coach, but none are as important as honesty.

Paul Glover has established his brand on candor and authenticity. Describing himself as the No B.S. Coach, he has worked with many businesses and has steered them in the right direction over the course of a year. So what are his insights?

In this episode of Access To Anyone, Michael Roderick sits down with Paul Glover to break down his approach to honesty and directness in leadership. They touch on Paul’s story of success, his incredible challenges and how they led him to start his consultancy. They discuss the value of honesty in the workplace, fostering a great leadership structure, and how he coaches leaders.

Golden Answer

If you could meet any living person, who would it be?

Paul Glover would sit down with Elon Musk to engage in verbal sparring, and to talk about the positives and the negatives of his career.

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