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CUTV News Spotlights Ed Evarts of Excellius Leadership Development

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As Albert Einstein once said, “If you want different results, you need to do things differently.”  In business as in life, success begins with passion and vision, while the implementation of success is dependent upon a combination of behaviors: optimism, persistence, and grit. Organizations, just like individuals, struggle with implementation and execution of their plans, which are directed at achieving their ultimate goal of running a successful enterprise.

If a chain is only as strong as its weakest link, then it’s essential for leaders and their employees to share the vision, share the dream, and execute the company’s mission. Since 2009, Certified Leadership Development Coach Ed Evarts has partnered with many mid-to-large organizations to develop individuals who are striving for success.

The personal, practical, and powerful services provided by Ed and Excellius Leadership Development range from leadership coaching and team development to change management and organizational development. The primary objective of Excellius Leadership Development is to enhance leadership skills, unite organizations, and develop employee adaptability in order to maximize results.

With all of his certifications and professional accolades, Ed is proud to add author to his professional accomplishments, as he will be releasing his authorial debut Raise Your Visibility and Your Value: Uncover the Lost Art of Connecting to the Job. Set for release in the winter of 2016/2017, the book will shed light into how corporations can provide practical aid to individuals who are seeking ways to increase their visibility and value in their organization and industry. For more information visit www.excellius.com, email ed@excellius.com or call 617-549-1391.