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WORKPLACE WARRIOR EXECUTIVE COACH

Helping Executives Who Get Called Bullies Leverage Their Warrior Spirit

JORDAN GOLDRICH

I help executives who get called bullies leverage their warrior spirit to end the complaints about toxic workplace so they protect themselves and their teams and  take performance to an even higher level. Just like myself, their drive for results and excellence sometimes creates an unintended negative impact. I believe they bring unique value to the workplace in our volatile, uncertain times.

 Workplace Warrior  Executive Leadership Coaching For Executives Who Get Called Bullies in In Corporate Positions
 Workplace Warrior Executive Leadership Coaching For Executives Who Get Called Bullies in In Corporate Positions

ABOUNT JORDAN GOLDRICH

I help executives who get called bullies, jerks and other interesting names to drive results without damaging relationships. My goal is to help you protect yourself and your team while taking performance to an even higher level.  My name is Jordan Goldrich and I am one of these people. I once lost a job because I was experienced as disrespectful. I realized I needed to change and I have.

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Testimonials for Workplace Warrior

  •   Workplace Warrior is a necessary guide for leaders who are invaluable to their organizations AND who are in need of a few modifications to their mindsets and behavior. What makes this book so powerful is the way it presents the journey for leaders in a way that does not diminish their unique and highly valued skills. Yet the book also provides just the right shifts these leaders need to make to attract more people to willingly follow them.  

  •   Workplace Warrior is a must read for all current and aspiring leaders. The world needs leaders who are not afraid to hold people accountable for their actions and, at the same time, have the ability to be compassionate. People are often afraid to be labelled a No-Bullshit Leader. Jordan addresses this issue head on and brings the conversation to the surface. His examples will be invaluable. After all, who wants to be shoveling bullshit all day long?  

  •   Jordan is the quintessential no bull-shit corporate executive coach. I could not think of a better fit for an advisor to work with and coach the C-suite executive and leaders who are identified as workplace warriorsaka abrasive/aggressive leader and/or bully. Jordan presents undoubtedly a unique concept in identifying this archetype as a warrior who we typically associate as heroes.  

  •   Jordan Goldrich provides a unique perspective on executives who get labeled as abrasive or as bullies. He recognizes that demeaning, bullying behavior is not acceptable and that hard-driving, results-focused personalities are needed in our complex, rapidly changing business environment. Thus, he challenges hard-driving executives to express their warrior spirit while minimizing unintended negative impact.  

  •   While other thought leaders are trying to change hard-driving, high-achieving executives beyond recognition, Jordan Goldrich has figured out how to harness their power to carry them and their teams to greater success.  

  •   Jordan Goldrich applies his own insights about his experience as a workplace warrior to help other no-bullshit executives achieve their objectives without alienating coworkers. Written to help these leaders elevate their warrior styles to higher levels of success, Goldrich offer specific steps to increase their interpersonal effectiveness in the workplace.  

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What is Executive Leadership

Executive leadership is a critical, highly complex position and role in a corporation, business or other organization with the responsibility for achieving short term and long term success. Executive leadership is also knowledge and a set of competencies that include strategic planning, goal setting, finance, operations, marketing and sales. The best executive leaders create a vision, mission, culture and systems that generate quality, profitability and well-being.


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People Skills for the No-Bullshit Executive

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Are you a leader who has been called abrasive, aggressive, or even a bully? This book is written for--rather than about--you.

You have probably noticed that many, if not most authors and speakers who deal with this subject refer to leaders like you with demeaning names, because they think you need to be more respectful. Jordan Goldrich challenges this irony--or perhaps hypocrisy--by recognizing that, in reality, you possess a warrior spirit that is crucial to the success of organizations in our current VUCA environment (volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity).

Goldrich acknowledges that (just like himself) these leaders



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Jordan Goldrich partners with senior executives to drive results while developing their team, their organization, and the next generation of leaders.

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Jordan Goldrich partners with senior executives to drive results while developing their team, their organization, and the next generation of leaders. A Chief Operations Officer and Master Corporate Executive Coach, he has over 35 years’ experience working successfully with Fortune 500 Companies, closely held and family owned businesses, government and non-profit organizations. His executive coaching clients benefit from both his knowledge of management and his ability to apply lean and agile methodology to the c-suite culture.

Jordan has a specialty assisting valuable executives who are experienced as abrasive or bullies to be authentic while 

changing their impact and increasing their effectiveness. He is the co-author of Workplace Warrior: People Skills For the No-Bullshit Executive.”

Jordan volunteers as an executive coach with The Honor Foundation to help Navy Seals and other Special Operations Forces transition to civilian life. He has an international network of executive coaches who have been trained in his model and are available for in-person, video conference or telephone consultation or coaching.



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Jordan Goldrich helps leaders build shared vision.

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Jordan Goldrich helps leaders build shared vision, alignment and commitment on their teams. This process involves both facilitation and executive coaching. He designed and coordinated the Certificate Program in “Coaching for Organizational Excellence” for San Diego State University. The program consisted of six, twenty-eight-hour courses which were approved for Continuing Education Credits for California licensed therapists and by the International Coach Federation.

 

Jordan designed and has facilitated the Leadership Academy of the San Diego community College District which has been delivered successfully for over eight years.


  Executive Leadership Coaching For Executives Who Get Called Bullies  In Corporate Positions  Workplace Warrior

Jordan Goldrich provides a unique perspective on executives who are labelled as abrasive or bullies.

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Jordan Goldrich provides a unique perspective on executives who are labelled as abrasive or bullies. He believes that the majority of them have what he refers to as a warrior spirit that we need in these volatile and uncertain times. These executives share many of the commitments of the greatest warriors on the planet, The Navy Seals, Marine Raiders, Green Berets and our other special operations forces.

Jordan shows these workplace warriors how to be completely authentic while still making the shifts in their communication style necessary to comply with what they often think are unreasonable demands of an over-protective culture.



Frequently Asked Questions Answered By The Team at Workplace Warrior

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How to give negative feedback to employees?

Hi, today we're here to answer the question, how do you give negative feedback to employees? I'm Jordan Goldrich, I'm an executive leadership coach, and I'm here in beautiful La Jolla. And for some reason or other, my friend asked me how do you do this, given that we were having a wonderful time. So there are two secrets: the first secret is that you actually have to care that the person is successful.

Answer is:

1   Do it early enough before you're so angry that you just want to get rid of them.

So you have to do it early enough before you're so angry that you just want to get rid of them. The second secret is, how do you say it? And then you say it in a non-judgmental way. So let me give you an example if you and I are having a conversation, and we're out in a field somewhere.

And you notice that I'm absent-mindedly walking backward as we talk. And you notice that behind me is a cliff, wouldn't it be the most humane thing you could do to say Jordan, if you continued walking back the way you are, you're going to fall off the cliff and hurt yourself.

In the same way, you might say Jordan, if you continue getting complaints from employees and from other departments, that's not going to go well with you. So having said that, two things are very important. The first one is that you want to do it early. Most managers do not want to come down with the boom. The problem is if you wait, I'm on the edge of the cliff like this, and I'm going to fall off.

So you're actually doing me a favor doing it early. The second piece is you have to be able to say it in such a way that you're not labeling me as bad. You're pointing out Jordan in this situation, these are the things you're doing, and these are the impact. And by the way, if that keeps up, there are some consequences down the road.


2   The second secret is "How do you say it?"

The second secret is, how do you say it? And then you say it in a non-judgmental way. So let me give you an example if you and I are having a conversation, and we're out in a field somewhere.

And you notice that I'm absent-mindedly walking backward as we talk. And you notice that behind me is a cliff, wouldn't it be the most humane thing you could do to say Jordan, if you continued walking back the way you are, you're going to fall off the cliff and hurt yourself.

In the same way, you might say Jordan, if you continue getting complaints from employees and from other departments, that's not going to go well with you. So having said that, two things are very important. The first one is that you want to do it early. Most managers do not want to come down with the boom. The problem is if you wait, I'm on the edge of the cliff like this, and I'm going to fall off.

So you're actually doing me a favor doing it early. The second piece is you have to be able to say it in such a way that you're not labeling me as bad. You're pointing out Jordan in this situation, these are the things you're doing, and these are the impact. And by the way, if that keeps up, there are some consequences down the road.


3   So to Recap...

So again, how do you give negative feedback to employees? And the answer is have compassion, care about them and be very specific and behavioral about their actions, the impact and the consequences. 






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Updated 5/22/2020 6:36:00 PM

How to find and choose an executive coach?

Hi, today we're here to answer the question, how do you find and choose an executive coach? I'm Jordan Goldrich; I am an executive leadership coach. And I'm here in beautiful La Jolla California, getting ready to have dinner with some friends. And one of them keeps asking me these questions. Like how do you choose an executive coach?

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1   So, I want to talk to you about a theory.

If you had invested 10 million dollars of your own money in a business, and suddenly you became concerned that you were going to be successful, and you wanted to find and hire an executive coach. If you were introduced to someone who had started his own or her own business and had been successful. And at the same time, I had also coached several other people on how to start a similar business to yours and had been successful. But had never even graduated high school.
 
And you had a choice between that person and a choice between somebody with a Ph.D. in psychology, an MBA, and somebody who had been an executive in a major corporation. But had never run a business like yours, and never started a business. Which one would you choose? And to me, that is what makes this conversation difficult.
It is partly about what are your credentials, but it's also about your experience. In my experience, when I've had coaches, some of them did not have a background in my area. I was the chief operations officer of a health care company. And the person that I hired taught me lean and Six Sigma, and how do you apply that in a service business. But he had no background in health care whatsoever.
My recollection is he had his BA, but he didn't have his master's, it didn't matter. My other experience has been sometimes I get people with a ton of experience in my area, and they're not helpful at all. So you really have to interview people, you have to see if there's a connection, if you connect. In addition, I would also recommend that you find some recommendations from people that you know and trust.


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