Photos from Executive Coach Julie Couret's postOh my gosh - it’s feels like Coach appreciation day with so much love from my clients, y’all keep me on my toes ☺️☺️ I am so grateful every single day to do work that fulfills me AND my clients ... 3 Likes
High performing leaders don’t happen by mistake. Create value & schedule leadership training to engage employees, manage performance, and reduce conflict. Contact me to schedule Julie@7602coach.com #executivecoa 1 Comments 10 Likes
Photos from Executive Coach Julie Couret's postA business field trip to the Mississippi Gulf Coast to fellow GNO member Kevin Pedeaux of Coast Roast Coffee roasting plant along with Firefly Marketing (and creators of my gorgeous website) CEO Bill Dalton. 2 Comments 9 Likes
Her work and legacy lives on as we learn of the passing of Ruth Bader Ginsburg. She was only the SECOND female Justice to sit on the nation's highest court and a fierce crusader for women's rights 👑⚖️ Notorious indeed 1 Comments 12 Likes
Managing Your Optics! Newly Promoted Leaders Watch ThisA *newly promoted from within leader* must to learn manage optics. Think of how your behaviors could potentially be misinterpreted in a way that makes you less credible as a leader, in particular to your former pees/now direct reports. In ... 6 Likes
WAY too excited to have a 1.5 Sunday afternoon International Executives Association committee meeting with my friend Dale Sprague in Las Vegas, who I never would have met if not for getting involved in my local business association first. Join ... 5 Likes
Executive Coach Julie Couret shared a memory.I SO value my role on the Board with the International Executives Association and while we are not at conference again this week, we as a Board are working together stronger than ever! Executive Coach Julie Couret shared a memory.
Over Cliche Motivational Posters at Work? Watch This.If you are over cliche and played out motivation posters in the break room, this is the professional development content for you. Take the time to actually articulate and define your company values PER department. This is the payoff, when ... 4 Likes
It is time to face it. You cannot let this poor performer DRAG & DISTRACT any longer. So WHY though are you letting it? Something is stopping you. I work with you through this complex and sensative situation and we ... 5 Likes
Photos from Executive Coach Julie Couret's postI loved my experience in the Jefferson Chamber of Commerce Leader Jefferson Class of 2017! It was an honor to close out the Class of 2020s special COVID Summer School series. We’re a strong Parish, Region, & State because of ... 6 Likes
Photos from Executive Coach Julie Couret's postHad the most amazing day leading my very own Delta Pi Chapter of Delta Gamma, University of Southern Mississippi in a very socially distanced series of outdoor small groups for their Spirit Week kick off Retreat ⚓️ these young women ... 5 Comments 29 Likes
Newly Promoted from Within Manager - Do These 3 Things!You have promoted a high performing employee to be a new manager. This new manager is now leading their former peers...former pals, confidants, friends...and possibly even some enemies. One of the hardest parts for the promoted from within leader is ... 3 Comments 8 Likes
Photos from Executive Coach Julie Couret's postHustle Wears a Face Shield🗣 my first in-person presentation was appropriately Key Note for Loyola University New Orleans Women’s Leadership Academy. I’m honored to be a mentor for this outstanding program. Executive Coach Julie Couret is with Julie Couret at ... 1 Comments 14 Likes
What good is it to have values if they are not applied to develop and coach employees? Value statements framed on the wall with a sunset isn't real. Take the extra mile to define what it looks like for your ... 8 Likes
It’s our first in-person socially distanced GNO Executive Association meeting thanks to Messina's Catering and Events for the exceptionally safe and clean breakfast meeting! Missed my Exec friends so much! Executive Coach Julie Couret is at Messina's at the Terminal. 8 Likes
How to Open the Can of Employee ComplaintsDue to the responses of Addressing Workplace Gossip - how do implement the process to gather the employee feedback from where the gossip stems. Executive Coach Julie Couret was live. 1 Comments 6 Likes
Julie is the coach you can count on! Julie responds and acts swiftly when needed, helping her clients through all stages of performance management. She is accessible and does not limit support to her clients with micro-managed hours or pre-scheduled meetings only. Julie is relatable and is able to quickly understand how she can help get the job done.
Athena Stanford, Human Resources Director, Odyssey House Louisiana
Julie Couret is a dynamo! I had the pleasure of meeting Julie when I first arrived in New Orleans at a Chamber of Commerce event. Since our initial meeting Julie has been an indispensable asset to the New Orleans Baby Cakes Baseball Club as a member of our Advisory Council. She has assisted the organization through a significant rebranding project by offering her insight into the local culture, both business and social of the Greater New Orleans Region. She is an exceptional business person, a leader, a mentor with years of experience that can help take your cause or business to greater heights. I strongly recommend working with Julie Couret, in either the local or global marketplace.
Augusto 'Cookie' Rojas, Jr. JD, Senior Vice President & General Manager, New Orleans Baby Cakes
You know when Julie is in the room. Every meeting is energized with her enthusiasm. She is the catalyst to defining goals and assigning accountability. As an executive coach she cuts through the noise and gets to the decision. Her talents are what the doctor ordered.
Jim Perrier, President, Universal Data Incorporated
In a time where everyone is a “consultant” Julie is the real deal, who has this knack to quickly and accurately understand her client’s unique culture and circumstances.
Julie rolls up her sleeves and gets dirty with us. And she delivers.