Coaching leaders to be effective communicators with Tyler Muse, CEO & Founder of Lingo Live

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About the episode

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This episode features an interview with Tyler Muse, CEO and Founder of Lingo Live, a one-on-one leadership coaching program. Prior to starting Lingo Live, Tyler worked as an analyst for GE Energy Financial Services, where he focused on underwriting and portfolio management of energy investments. He also founded an internationally-focused mentorship program for multilingual youth in New York City.

In this episode, Amanda sits down with Tyler to discuss work trends like “quiet quitting”, how to motivate leaders to invest in coaching, and the inspiration he draws from Maya Angelou.

01:44 Tyler’s background
04:53 Tyler explains Lingo Live
09:18 Segment: Story Time
09:36 What inspired Tyler to build a coaching business
16:04 Tyler’s advice for coaching leaders to be better communicators
23:59 Segment: Getting Tactical
24:28 How Tyler works with HR to get investment for executive coaching
31:34 Segment: Ripped From The Headlines
31:45 Tyler’s thoughts on work trends like “quiet quitting”
38:30 Segment: Asking For a Friend

Guest information

Laura Borland

Tyler is passionate about bringing the world closer together through meaningful human connections. As a leader, he experienced firsthand the transformative power of one-on-one coaching and built Lingo Live to marry the meaningful human connection of a private coach with the efficacy of skills-based development.

Prior to starting Lingo Live in 2012, Tyler co-founded an internationally-focused mentorship program based for multilingual youth in New York City and worked as an analyst for GE Energy Financial Services.

He lives in Dallas, TX with his wife and two kids and when he’s not spending time with them, he enjoys boxing, hanging out with his extended family, and traveling.

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