Uncover the Lost Art of Connecting on the Job

Saturday: 1:30 PM – 3:00 PMEd Evarts

Raise Your Visibility & Value

You navigate your way through a daily barrage of e-mails, meetings, and deadlines and whether in your office, a conference room, or the hallways in-between, before your day begins, you are already behind.

Your fast-paced corporate culture can disconnect you from your organization’s mission, goals, and strategies.  Your engagement plummets, your professional risks increase, and your organization’s ability to achieve its strategic plans is in peril.

As time passes, your relevance to your organization’s mission, goals, and strategies diminish. Before you can lift your head up from your desk, you have become invisible and irrelevant.

Conversely, visible and valuable employees navigate their organization effectively, increase their productivity and impact, and build relationships that matter, helping colleagues solve problems and manage change.

With increased visibility and value, your impact and relevance grows, increasing your engagement, productivity, and accelerating your organization’s success.

Attend this program and receive a complementary organizational visibility assessment!

Ed Evarts

Ed Evarts is the Founder and President of Excellius Leadership Development, a leadership development organization focused on coaching mid- to senior-level executives and their teams in corporate environments.

He has held leadership roles at Iron Mountain, the (former) Federated Department Stores, and the (former) May Department Stores.

Ed holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Arkansas and received a Certificate in Applied Project Management from Boston University.  He is a qualified administrator of, the Leadership Versatility 360 Index, the Benchmarks 360 assessment from the Center for Creative Leadership, the EQi Emotional Intelligence assessment, the Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Mode instrument, and the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® instrument

Ed is a Professional Certified Coach through the International Coach Federation and he is Past- President of the New England Chapter of the International Coach Federation, the 11th largest coaching affiliation group in the world.