Professional coaching is a transformative process which leads people from good to great. Show your employees you value them by providing them with a coach for professional development, be it for performance or executive leadership.
- Acclimation coaching assists new managers in making a successful transition into a new job, and often a new company culture, by bridging the gap between company and individual expectations.
- Executive coaching provides existing managers or executives with the tools they need to become successful through their management style and knowledge.
- Performance coaching is offered to help those managers better understand their employees and succeed to be the best they can be.
- Group coaching encourages individual growth, focus and accountability while tapping into the power of group’s knowledge, experience and expertise.
Invest in your most important assest - your employees and help them succeed in your workplace. We offer "DiSC" assessments; an on-line tool to help start the conversation by indentifying who your employee is and what his/her management style might be.
DiSC Styles include:
Dominance: Direct, decisive, independent and to the point. Bottom line and results oriented. They are often strong-willed, enjoy challenges and immediate results.
Influence: Optimistic, social and out going. They enjoy being on teams, sharing openly, entertaining and motivating others.
Steadiness: Are team players, cooperative and supportive of others. They prefer being in the background, working in a stable environment. They are often good listeners and prefer to avoid conflict and change.
Conscientiousness: Cautious and concerned. They are focused on quality, details and accuracy.
Why hire a coach?
Hiring a coach is a quick and efficient way to guide an individual to achieving their individual goals. The coach does not necessarily have all the answers, but guides the client through the discovery process to find their own answers. Additionally, the coach serves as a catalyst for promoting action and ensuring accountability.