A savvy leader makes it a priority to communicateA savvy leader makes it a priority to communicate in a way that will be most well-received and accepted with buy-in from their team. This leader is less concerned with their own communication preferences and is focused on ensuring the ... 5 Likes
A MUST WATCH FOR LEADERS!A MUST WATCH FOR LEADERS! Measure employees to their job descriptions, not how you would have acted when you were in their positions. -Stop expecting employees to act like you. -Stop expecting employees to act like anything other than, an ... 4 Likes
Everyone should get a chance to voice their concerns and you as the employer, should not resist listening. Connect with me for a continuous improvement planning session! https://juliecouret.com/contact/ 5 Likes
A Spirited Look on the Last 10 Years!It started with a dream in my heart and a baby in my arms at my kitchen table...A spirited look back on the last 10 years and together with my amazing & inspiring clients, who humble me and ultimately teach ... 2 Comments 10 Likes
Timeline PhotosI had the honor of leading the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Louisiana board of directors retreat. I’m so grateful for the relationships and friendships that I have formed with key leaders and board members. It is my greatest pleasure ... 2 Comments 6 Likes
The Happiest People Have the Strongest BoundariesIn celebration of 10 years, the top 10 lessons over the last 10 years continues with number 7: The Happiest People Have the Strongest Boundaries. It is our job to know our boundaries, to set and reset each time. It ... 1 Comments 3 Likes
Never manage by “but they should know better”.Celebrating 10 years of being an Executive Coach, #8 of my Top 10 Lessons: Never manage by “but they should know better”. Stay Away: “They should know better”. This mentality doesn’t serve any leader, only frustrates us. Start with “What ... 1 Comments 6 Likes
Celebrating 10 years of being an Executive Coach, # 9 of my Top 10 Lessons: If it is not written down, you can't hold people accountable to it. From the nebulous (respect and appropriateness) to opening duties, SPELL IT OUT ... 1 Comments 8 Likes
10 Year AnniversaryI'm very excited to announce that January marks 10 years of my executive coaching firm. In celebration of 10 years, I am sharing my top 10 lessons I've learned as an Executive Coach! Number 10: Treating employees like family is ... 4 Comments 7 Likes
New Year. New Logo. The font choice with its crisp serifs is a nod to the classic New Orleans street tiles and demensional gold color is reminiscent of all things old New Orleans from Mardi Gras balls to the historic ... 5 Comments 23 Likes
Toxic people love to trigger and bait you.Toxic people love to trigger and bait you. It catches you off guard and you find yourself unnecessarily explaining or defending yourself. I offer this alternative response that centers you and keeps you in a place of personal strength, without ... 5 Comments 6 Likes
You don't need to be a new person in the new year, however it is a terrific opportunity to be intentional about what you're doing every day. New Year's resolutions can be over whelming and overpromising to deliver for oneself. ... 1 Comments 3 Likes
Julie is the coach you can count on! Julie responds and acts swiftly when needed, helping her clients through all stages of performance management. She is accessible and does not limit support to her clients with micro-managed hours or pre-scheduled meetings only. Julie is relatable and is able to quickly understand how she can help get the job done.
Athena Stanford, Human Resources Director, Odyssey House Louisiana
Julie Couret is a dynamo! I had the pleasure of meeting Julie when I first arrived in New Orleans at a Chamber of Commerce event. Since our initial meeting Julie has been an indispensable asset to the New Orleans Baby Cakes Baseball Club as a member of our Advisory Council. She has assisted the organization through a significant rebranding project by offering her insight into the local culture, both business and social of the Greater New Orleans Region. She is an exceptional business person, a leader, a mentor with years of experience that can help take your cause or business to greater heights. I strongly recommend working with Julie Couret, in either the local or global marketplace.
Augusto 'Cookie' Rojas, Jr. JD, Senior Vice President & General Manager, New Orleans Baby Cakes
You know when Julie is in the room. Every meeting is energized with her enthusiasm. She is the catalyst to defining goals and assigning accountability. As an executive coach she cuts through the noise and gets to the decision. Her talents are what the doctor ordered.
Jim Perrier, President, Universal Data Incorporated
In a time where everyone is a “consultant” Julie is the real deal, who has this knack to quickly and accurately understand her client’s unique culture and circumstances.
Julie rolls up her sleeves and gets dirty with us. And she delivers.