SHOW AIRED: December 21st 2017

Nathan R Mitchell, founder of Clutch Consulting, and Certified Member of The John Maxwell Team, interviews Founder of the McCourt Leadership Group, Elizabeth McCourt. Listen in to Episode #27 as Nathan and Elizabeth discuss how authenticity, vulnerability, and mindfulness can make you a more effective leader.

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Meet Elizabeth McCourt:

DEM_4073Elizabeth is a certified leadership coach, speaker and writer. A background in executive recruiting in financial services for nearly 20 years, she works with high-level individuals and teams as a strategic partner in both their professional and personal goals. Her passion in languages and travel has made global leadership development an important part of her business. Certified in the Hogan Leadership Assessment and in Systemic Team Coaching, she works with people in a holistic way to not only maximize potential but identify triggers that detract from their goals.

She also speaks professionally about resilience and mindset. At the end of the day, she’s on a mission to help people embrace their own resilience with the mindset that ‘wins’ don’t always have to be spectacular, they can be small and impactful. Her style is both practical minded and creative, allowing clients to really push their limits to find their most courageous style of both resilience and leadership.

She has a JD from Loyola University, MFA from Stony Brook and BS in Finance from University of Maryland. For fun she is an avid triathlete, longtime yogi and writes essays and fiction.

In March, 2018, her novel Sin in the Big Easy will be published by Post Hill Press.

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