In today’s Live with Bottleneck, Deborah Coviello tells us why not all people can be high performers in their business.
Deborah Coviello is the author of a new book called The CEO’s Compass: Your guide to get back on track. She has a long career in assisting clients and business owners in identifying, assessing and solving the issues that are preventing their business’ growth.
So if you want to learn how you can become a high performer, stay tuned to this episode.
Who is Deborah Coviello?
Deborah Coviello is the founder of Illumination Partners, LLC and the host of The Drop In CEO podcast. For more than 20 years, she has been transforming businesses from within, elevating the talents of their organizations to new performance levels.
Prior to being the Drop In CEO, Deborah was in the manufacturing and operations, and a biomedical engineer in training. She then moved to quality control, and made sure that they only shipped good product to their customers.
The Drop In CEO
Deborah explains her role as an initiator in the business that may be having issues with rapid growth, scaling up to higher grounds. She does so with her years of experience consulting for business leaders and entrepreneurs in guiding their business to achieve greater heights.
“As the Drop In CEO, we drop into businesses and partner with C-suite business leaders who are going through some kind of rapid transformation. We partner together and solve that business problem using my expertise. I have a database of people I bring in, but ultimately it’s all to elevate the capability of your people.” – Deborah Coviello
According to Deborah, that last part is really important. Because once the Drop In CEO program ends, the people in your company will have to maintain the quality they have achieved. In the end, no matter how good a development program is, it is useless if the people inside do not commit to the improvements that were implemented.
Deborah Coviello on Why Can’t Everyone be a High Performer
Deborah then talks about her new book, The CEO’s Compass. She shares that while most business owners and entrepreneurs have an objective and goals they aim to achieve, there are situations that suddenly knock us out of course. It is important then that the leader is right and clear in what they are trying to do.
While most business leaders have their “compass” to guide them to the right path, Deborah has 7 guidelines she follows that a combination of which will always point to true north.
Yet while she shares her thoughts regularly on platforms like LinkedIn for her fellow professionals, much remained skeptical. There were some that could not see a clear picture of what Deborah has to say, and there were some who were interested in her methods of achieving such a feat.
So Deborah decided on writing her book, so as to share her thoughts and expertise into one cohesive “compass” that encompasses all her guidelines and expertise on how to take a business to the next level.
To hear more from Deborah Coviello and how you can be a high performer, continue listening to the episode.
Deb Coviello is the Founder of Illumination Partners and the host of The Drop In CEO podcast. For more than twenty years, she has been transforming businesses from within, elevating the talents of their organizations to new performance levels. Her experience has taught her to put tremendous value on people, whom she considers as the heart of every business.
When hiring a consultant, Deb knows that the primary goal will always be a resolution to a problem. As The Drop In CEO Deb provides her clients with 25+ years’ worth of experience and strategy in Quality and Operational Excellence roles combined with her 20 years in the Flavors and Fragrance industry, to identify, assess, and solve the issues that are preventing their business growth. Certified as Lean and Six Sigma Blackbelt in Process Improvement, she has also developed significant leadership insight that “People’’ are your greatest tool in your toolbox. In order to deliver on her promise of offering “peace of mind,” she focuses on utilizing the talents of her client’s team and elevating them to new levels of performance, setting them up to better serve their organization.
When she isn’t transforming businesses from within, Deb is a board member of Women in Flavor & Fragrance Commerce, (WFFC), an avid Curler with the Cincinnati Curling Club, a mother of 3 and resides in Cincinnati Ohio with her husband Dan of 32 years.
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