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Somers, NY – In order to be a good executive coach, you have to have a little grey hair. Executives don’t want someone who is inexperienced in business. They want someone who is both current and has lived some of the life and understands the business landscape.

Marianne Lepre-Nolan is an empowering and effective leadership consultant and executive coach. With nearly 30 years of experience, Marianne assists executives with personal transformation, leadership and behavioral insights as well as actualizing business strategy.

“There are two things that people value about my work and what distinguishes me,” says Marianne. “One is that I understand business and how business people think. The second is that I care about my clients. It’s not just a business transaction.”

A trusted advisor to Fortune 50 and professional services leaders, Marianne got her start teaching executives at IBM how to use their newest computers. Under IBM’s Global Leadership Development practice and the Executive Computing Program, Marianne focused exclusively on IBM’s top 50 executives and the Senior Management Group, expanding their leadership capability, actualizing strategy and effectively utilizing technology.

Today, Marianne leverages her extensive practical experience toward new thinking for her clients, specifically in the realm of Emotional Intelligence.

“The single most important part of Emotional Intelligence is: can you be self-aware enough to recognize what’s going on in you when you’re interacting in difficult or personally challenging situations?” explains Marianne. “It’s about your internal cues: your self-awareness, self-management, social awareness and social skills.”

For more information on Marianne Lepre-Nolan, visit www.mleprenolan.com

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