Ed Evarts

Ed Evarts

Ed Evarts - Motivational Speaker

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Visibility and Value Enthusiast

I inspire business professionals to increase their engagement with their employers in ways that are mutually beneficial.

Fee Range: $5,000 - $7,500
Travels from Boston, MA (US)

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Ed Evarts
Ed Evarts - Motivational Speaker

Excellius Leadership Development

Visibility and Value Enthusiast

I inspire business professionals to increase their engagement with their employers in ways that are mutually beneficial.

Fee Range: $5,000 - $7,500
Travels from Boston, MA

Ed Evarts - Motivational Speaker

Ed Evarts

Excellius Leadership Development

Visibility and Value Enthusiast

I inspire business professionals to increase their engagement with their employers in ways that are mutually beneficial.

Fee Range: $5,000 - $7,500
Travels from: Boston, MA

For more information about booking Ed Evarts,
Visit https://www.speakermatch.com/profile/EdEvarts/
Or call SpeakerMatch at 1-866-372-8768.

Blog Postings

Participating with a Purpose vs Interacting

Participating with a Purpose “Interacting with others” is comprised of ways in which you can raise your visibility “one-to-one” with others. Unlike interaction, “participating with a purpose” is focused on “one-to-many” experiences with colleagues. Participating is comprised of activities where you raise your visibility when many of your colleagues are present. Lack of Participation Do you find the … The post Participating with a Purpose vs Interacting appeared first on Excellius Leadership Development. ...

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The Impact of Mindset on Participating

Participating and Overwhelm The most dramatic symptom of our newly christened PTSD (professional traumatic stress disorder) is the belief that “I can’t afford to be out of the office!” If you believe that this statement is true, “I can’t afford to be out of the office!” is at risk of becoming a mindset that hinders your ability to … The post The Impact of Mindset on Participating appeared first on Excellius Leadership Development. ...

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Participate with a Purpose

Carl wants to participate – honestly he does “Oh, no,” Carl says to himself as an email from his boss slowly unfolds before his eyes. “Not another team building offsite!” Like a hungry ant craving a watermelon for lunch, Carl wonders how to digest this news. Blink. Blink. Blink. He stares at the light on his office phone, … The post Participate with a Purpose appeared first on Excellius Leadership Development. ...

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Interacting vs. Participating

Coming next, we’ll take a look at participating purposefully. You may be wondering what the difference is between interacting and participating. In the Raise Your Visibility & Value model, interacting is defined as “one-to-one” interactions with colleagues, while participating is defined as “one-to-many” experiences with colleagues. An example of an interaction is a scheduled meeting with a boss from whom … The post Interacting vs. Participating appeared first on Excellius Leadership Development. ...

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The Importance of Interacting with Your Boss

In today’s ever-evolving organizations, the most important relationship you will have is with your boss. Your boss is accountable for the activities on which you focus. Organization leaders will come to your boss for feedback on your performance. Your boss is the author of your annual performance appraisal. Your success in your organization is dramatically impacted by the impression your … The post The Importance of Interacting with Your Boss appeared first on Excellius Leadership Development. ...

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The Difference Between Interactions and Relationships

It is important to understand the difference between an interaction and a relationship as you work to raise your visibility in your organization and industry. I defined interacting as “the degree to which you engage one-to-one with colleagues.” While interactions are one way to raise your visibility, it is inevitable that some interactions will begin to build a relationship. … The post The Difference Between Interactions and Relationships appeared first on Excellius Leadership Development. ...

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The Difference Between Interacting and Networking

There is no doubt that networking is a very important activity. Networking is the primary type of interaction for individuals looking for a job or who are self-employed. By focusing on networking, these individuals build relationships that allow them to make progress in finding their next opportunity, whether that opportunity is a job or a sale. Conversely, for employed … The post The Difference Between Interacting and Networking appeared first on Excellius Leadership Development. ...

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Interaction Skills – Nature vs. Nurture

The degree to which you interact with others is similar to the nature versus nurture philosophy that we hear or read about regarding human development. In scholarly articles published on this topic, nature typically refers to characteristics you have inherited. These characteristics may include hair color, vulnerability to disease, and personality preferences. Nurture typically refers to characteristics you have developed … The post Interaction Skills – Nature vs. Nurture appeared first on Excellius Leadership Development. ...

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The Benefits of Interacting With Others

As you work to expand your interactions beyond networking, you should consider the benefits of increasing the degree to which you interact with others. By interacting with colleagues at your organization, you: Increase your knowledge of what is occurring at your fast-paced organization, which will position you to ride the wave of change instead of being surprised and … The post The Benefits of Interacting With Others appeared first on Excellius Leadership Development. ...

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Visibility Accelerator #4 – Interact with Others

You know office hermits. The colleagues who, hidden within the confines of their offices or workstations, click away on their computer keyboards, mumble their way through conference calls behind closed doors, and slip in and out of their offices and workstations as quickly and silently as they can. It is almost as if they are members in a secret society … The post Visibility Accelerator #4 – Interact with Others appeared first on Excellius Leadership Development. ...

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