Francis Eberle


Portland, ME 04101
United States

Francis coaches leaders and teams from the private and social sector who have a block to help them improve their performance. He is a thought-leader, author and speaker. He believes people development is business development. After years as an executive, Francis knows people are key for improving strategy, culture, and performance. He has successfully partnered with leaders and teams to improve their skills, solve complex problems, conduct research, grow financial and programmatic resources, and engage partners to work together.


Latest content by Francis Eberle

Reframing ‘The Great Resignation’ As ‘The Great Opportunity’

By Dr. Francis Eberle | Feb 3, 2022

Asking what to do about the “Great Resignation” is the wrong question right now. A better question is, “How can we benefit from this shift?

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Using Human Behavior to Make Better Virtual Connections at Work

By Dr. Francis Eberle | Mar 18, 2021

A year into the pandemic, I have noticed that some people have changed their persona on video calls. Some seem almost as if they are lost, when, before the pand

Suspending Judgement is a Key Leadership Skill

By Dr. Francis Eberle | May 6, 2021

One of my clients recently had difficulty letting go of some unfair comments from her supervisor. The comments were harsh because the supervisor thought the wor

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The Dip: A Surprisingly Common Scenario for New Leaders

By Dr. Francis Eberle | Jan 28, 2019

I was recently asked how I would coach a highly successful employee who had been promoted to supervise a team. After the promotion, this individual’s performa

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Is It Really Lonely at The Top?

By Dr. Francis Eberle | Feb 13, 2018

I know you have heard or read more than once that it is lonely at the top. If you believe this then it is likely you will be a lonely leader. Results of decisio

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What Are You Missing When You’re Paying Attention?

By Dr. Francis Eberle | Jul 23, 2020

Recently I came across a familiar video I had not seen in a while. It has two teams, one in black shirts and the other in white shirts, passing basketballs to e

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