Why You Should Spill Your Secrets | Elizabeth McCourt | TEDxSBU





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Published on Nov 17, 2015

Sharing a secret or self-limiting belief with another human being is an opportunity for deep personal connection. Experiencing this freedom and vulnerability can have positive emotional and physical effects. This talk explores the perspective of both telling and receiving a secret and what can happen!

Elizabeth McCourt is a certified coach and consultant who helps leaders and teams clarify their talents and goals, leading them to elite performance with her venture McCourt Leadership Group.
She has been a top ranked executive recruiter in financial services for over 15 years and for the past two years was invited to On Wall Street magazine’s exclusive Recruiter’s Roundtable.
Previously, she was a trial lawyer in New Mexico with a JD from Loyola University in New Orleans. As a writer with an MFA in Creative Writing from SUNY Stony Brook in Southampton, she has a completed novel and a non-fiction book in progress based on her coaching methodology. She’s also a contributing writer for On Wall Street magazine.
In 2014, she presented a case study at the 6th ESMT Coaching Colloquia in Berlin, Germany, and recently presented a case study at Harvard’s Institute of Coaching 2015 Leadership and Healthcare Conference.

This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx



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