Articles by Stacy Eads
About Stacy Eads
Edmond native & UCO Alumna, Stacy Eads, is an award-winning “Most Admired CEO” who scaled her company as a Woman in Tech before becoming an International Scaling Up Business Coach. She now empowers other CEOs from $2M to $200M to embrace their leadership potential through quarterly strategic planning. Her talent is in high demand to CEO Coach, Train Teams, and Speak at Events in both the U.S.A. and Canada.
Stacy Eads’ career affiliations include 50 Women Making a Difference award, Circle of Excellence award, Torch Ethics award, Most Admired CEO award, Edmond Chamber & UCO Mentor, Better Business Bureau of Central Oklahoma Board of Directors, TEDx OKC Speaker Coach, and Ambassador Chairwoman for the Greater OKC Chamber of Commerce.
As a business coach who helps companies typically scale at a rate of at least 20% year over year, my clients are always growing, so it seems like they’re always hiring. I’m often asked about the best interview questions that help employers see through the “interview mask” that all prospects put on to look their best in front of you.Read More
The “Great Resignation” has hit America, and Edmond, Oklahoma is no exception. Long-time loyal employees are quitting their jobs in record numbers across the state; just look at your LinkedIn feed to see all the career changes happening around your circle of influence.Read More
A year ago, our Edmond Business online magazine highlighted three Edmondites who were charting a new path in our energy-forward state—a green path toward battery supply chain necessities for electric vehicles. I’m proud to say I have just experienced the ultimate result every business coach dreams of with that very company, Galvanic Energy, LLC.Read More
Last month, I shared the Networking Fundamental Laws 1-4, which included Law 4 about how to “work the room” if you are an introvert who is shy in group settings, versus an extrovert who typically bursts in the door with Kramer-like enthusiasm from Seinfeld. The laws described in part one were: Law 1: Consistency is…Read More
For years now, one of my most sought-after training presentations has been “Networking for Introverts & Extroverts: Shaking Hands with Your Goals.” Recently, the Edmond Chamber of Commerce hosted Women Mean Business Breakfast, where they hired me to share these networking best practices with introverts and extroverts alike. If you have ever felt like the…Read More
Last month, I was honored to coach Young President’s Organization (YPO) community members from Sri Lanka, Ireland, Kenya, Costa Rica, Los Angeles, Israel, Philadelphia, and East Africa as they explored how to create a well-rounded entrepreneurial life. When was the last time you allowed yourself to dream bigger and reach further than you ever thought…Read More
In our February column, I went over the agenda for knowing “The Pulse of Your Company” through Daily, Standing Huddles of less than 12-15 minutes, as well as 1-hour Weekly Meetings with the “2-Pizza Rule” to ensure everyone within the meeting has a clear purpose. Companies who utilize the “Meeting Rhythms” for their company’s pulse have…Read More
Thousands of corporations utilize the 4 Decisions every company has to get right to scale up their companies 10x their value. Verne Harnish is famous for saying, “We shouldn’t think about how to grow our companies 2x; we should be aiming for 10x!” When C-Suite level executives read Scaling Up, they learn the 4 Decisions to…Read More