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The Year of Eating Fire With Teri Citterman

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The Year of Eating Fire With Teri Citterman

Jane Asher and executive coach Teri Citterman talk about leadership qualities she admires, her favorite quotes and her book From The CEOs Perspective. From her book, new ideas came to life. She holds quarterly CEO Forums at the Seattle World Trade Center and is getting ready for a huge executive private event in October called Leadership Lab No. 19. She is fond of asking her clients, "Are you more motivated to win because you like to win...or because you hate to lose?". Get ready to be inspired by this intuitive, dynamic woman. The quote above Teri's desk speaks volumes: "The question isn't who is going to let me; it's who is going to stop me."

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Teri_Citterman_307186628.jpegTeri Citterman coaches first-time CEOs, seasoned CEOs and high performers. Her experience draws on 20 years of advising leaders on internal and external communications, thought leadership and how to leverage power and influence. Teri works with CEOs and senior executives who lead companies ranging from start-ups to Fortune 500s in a variety of industries including Regence Healthcare, University of Washington Medicine, Planetary Power, Northern Trust, Bill & Melinda Gates Investments and Microsoft.

Her work specializes in helping leaders increase their executive presence, maximize their strategic influence and maneuver millennial and generational leadership challenges to create high performance cultures. She is an award winning writer, regular contributor to Forbes and the Puget Sound Business Journal, sought after speaker and thought cultivator for "The CEO's Perspective" leadership forum. Her latest book "From the CEO's Perspective" provides a peek into the thinking of some of today's top CEOs from companies like Alaska Airlines, JP Morgan Chase and Gravity Payments.

She serves on the board of the World Trade Center and Forbes Magazine's National Coaches Council. Teri's most favorite place to explore are cemeteries - because they hold the stories and the history of a community. Her life motto is "Who's going to stop me!"


About Jane Asher:

Jane Asher is a natural connector, who got her start in the media world through radio in Michigan in 1980. She soon migrated west and has worked at legendary radio stations such as KTYD Santa Barbara, KGB, KSON and KIFM in San Diego. She was awarded the prestigious Marconi Award for her work at the Smooth Jazz station KIFM in 2005.

She researched, wrote, edited and produced the highly regarded and award-winning public affairs program San Diego Update. The Advertising Council recognized Jane for her continued commitment to effecting positive social change. While Jane's network continued to expand, so did her desire to grow her own business. She branched out into the world of voice over with a home studio in the 1990s. She is currently the voice of Cartier, Ferragamo and Michigan State University's program RELAX-Alternatives to Anger.

In 2010 her natural curiosity led her to expand her knowledge and business again, by including marketing and social media for businesses and non-profits. When anyone asks her what she does for a living she responds; "I connect inspired people with one another, especially those with a desire to help others." Helping to elevate other people is one of her personal passions.

Jane has been involved in many international missions. She is part of a team that has been building homes for the impoverished over the past five years in Tijuana. She has traveled to El Salvador to feed the homeless on a humanitarian mission in 2011. Recently, she traveled to Malaysia to help build a school on Borneo. She was so moved by her visit; upon her return, she raised money to pay for the education of thirteen children in a school in Keningau.

Her vast connections across all media platforms bring a wealth of passionate and empowered individuals to her show. If you are doing something to make this life experience more rewarding for others...she wants to talk to you.