Leverage the strengths of
your business, program or company and navigate strategically
within the confines of your industry to unparalleled performance.
Globalization, rapid organizational
change, new information technologies, an unrelenting demand for
quality and productivity as well as for advanced communication
skills, the critical need for innovation and flexibility and
rapid responses... all require leaders and businesspeople with
a competitive edge. A coach can cultivate that competitive
Coaching produces top-performing employees and managers.
Coaching is about partnership and creating higher standards for
performance, satisfaction & creative approaches to problem-solving.
Managers who operate as "manager as coach" inspire
loyalty, bringing out the employees' "personal best."
Coaching demonstrates a company's commitment to employees' professional
development, dramatically supporting retention initiatives.
inquire as to how I can support your company or business's initiatives
at producing powerful results.
Maximize your company and your employees' potential by bringing
a Coach into your organization. Experience the power of
coaching within your business today.
Coaching Services I Provide:
- "Manager as Coach"
of the above areas can be provided as training seminars or workshops.
"Other companies offer
coaching as a prerequisite to proven managers, in the understanding
that everyone has blind spots and can benefit from a detached
What the Business Press
Says About Coaching
- The New York Times
"A survey conducted
in December 1999 indicates that corporations using coaching are
seeing not only improvements in individual performance but also
increased profits, customer satisfaction, and retention of employees.
Additionally employees report more self-confidence, stronger
skills, more goals achieved, and better relationships as a result
- Business Week
"The goal of coaching
is the goal of good management to make the most of an organization's
valuable resources." Coaching " is now one of
the strongest retention tools in a manager's arsenal."
- The Harvard Business Review