Carlann Fergusson

Carlann Fergusson

Leadership expert and author Carlann Fergusson inspires leaders to erase self-doubts and discover their best leadership. Using thirty years of experience, she guides them in discovering their unique strengths, crushing limiting beliefs, abolishing self-sabotaging behaviors and leading their teams with vision. Carlann uses a blend of behavioral coaching, strategic mentoring and years of experience as a corporate leader and executive. Carlann discovered her coaching and consulting methods rising through the ranks of corporate leadership. Carlann led award winning global and national teams for Intel, Visteon, Meijer, Press Ganey Florida Power and the US Government. Her roles included overseeing organizational and talent development, strategic planning, large-scale change, corporate communications and manufacturing. Her graduate degree is in Industrial-Organizational Psychology.

As the owner of Propel Forward LLC, she believes it is this mix of psychology, change management and leadership expertise which enables her to help clients create lasting change. Carlann also gets the pleasure of influencing more leaders as an adjunct instructor for Northwestern University’s Leadership Program in Chicago.

She is author of the highly acclaimed book The Insightful Leader: Find Your Superpowers, Crush Limiting Beliefs and Abolish Self-Sabotaging Behaviors.

Carlann has been cited in CBS MoneyWatch, International Business Times, Newsday and The Boston Globe.

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Carlann Fergusson joins Jim Blasingame to reveal why the aspects of an employee’s beneficial capability that we like also likely come with traits that can be seen as not as beneficial.
Carlann Fergusson joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that on the other side of our great leadership traits are probably some less than desirable behaviors, and why we should be aware of them.