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Part 4: CUTV News Radio Welcomes Back Rene Murata of CEOEssence

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SPRING, TX - Rene is an entrepreneurial success four-times-over (including a safety/risk consultancy and a fashion line for the businesswoman), and her latest endeavor is known as CEOEssence. Her brilliant coaching practice is aimed at helping people, particularly women, to strengthen the diverse set of skills, business tactics, and intuitive understanding that comprise a leader.

Rene was always the person they came to for advice, opinions, ideas and brainstorming. She also mentored professionals, including those who’d been in business or a topnotch role longer than she. So, the mission of helping others better understand and grow their business came naturally. Rene paid no attention to clichés on how to fit into a man’s world yet had still been a success! It was high time to share her knowledge, experience, theories and achievements with others. Listen in to hear all her ideas and pointers.

Sharing knowledge openly, without fear, is one method Rene finds crucial for executives. She says people are also at their CEO best when they are collaborative instead of competitive, delegate wisely, recognize individual strengths and celebrate others’ accomplishments. CEOEssence further emphasizes visceral ways to listen and new ways communicate.

CEOEssence training is available remotely by appointment, and for those with limited time (most aspiring CEO’s time is precious) as a set of online videos. Listening, communicating, mentoring, decision-making, delegating and fine lines are the title and focus of the different video modules.

Rene believes women are special and intuitive creatures, and if we can tap into that and combine it with proven strategies, we can become more effective in business.

For more information about Rene and her executive coaching practice, visit www.CEOEssence.com