It’s new Year’s Eve three years from now. It’s time to celebrate. Together with Bold Mind X you have:
Your next big opportunity will come.
Growth Acceleration Adviser
Combining executive leadership, psychology and neuroscience, I work to disrupt your thinking and transform bold ideas into tangible plans. I help leaders accelerate growth on a personal, executive and corporate level.
My advice aims to infuse a sense of well-being that extends beyond the C-Suite, saturating the business, employees, society and the home. And, I assure you enjoy the process to make it all sustainable.
You can leave the adage, “No Pain – No Gain” at the gym where it belongs.
30 Years Experience
Transformational growth begins at the end of your comfort zone.
Research from the Corporate Executive Board (CEB) estimates that 50% to 70% of executives fail within 18 months of taking on a role, regardless of whether they were an external hire or promoted from within.
be On the right side of those numbers
It has been my pleasure to work with Scott on some major organizational changes, through which he has been an excellent resource and guide. I found his counsel and advice to be very valuable and grounded in science and best practice.
Chief Digital Officer at T-Mobile
See what’s coming next and adapt, or, better yet, drive what’s coming next with Scott Cochrane’s excellent guidance!
The Thinkers 50, #1 Leadership Thinker in the World
Scott is the best! He really understands how to get the audience in the right mindset for growth, collaboration and innovation. Thank you Scott – you’re awesome.
CoS for Chief Sales Officer at HP Enterprise
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Dive into my bold mind philosophy on strategic expansion, innovation, and excecutive performance for senior leaders and executives found in my latest books.
When you’re being natural, you’re amazingly engaging. If you practice too much or are too professional, your audience will be bored and you will lose them before you even begin.
Executives and managers today are increasingly acknowledging that laughter is good, not only for personal health and well-being, but for career success and overall workplace wellness as well.