Technical skills (manufacturing, finance, IT, marketing) are easier to learn and put into practice than “soft skills.” Yet communication, self-management, and relationship skills determine whether you, your team, and your company get the results you are driving towards.
One-on-One or In Groups
In both cases, the you work on real business problems during our coaching process, learning leadership, teamwork, and communication along the way. We take a practical approach so you start to generate successes quickly.
The higher up you go, the more essential emotional intelligence is for developing key relationships within and outside your company. While some business leaders can get away with exhibiting difficult behavior, it costs them and their company time and people. We take the mystery out of people behavior so you are more effective influencing others.
Our expertise is helping build traction and momentum in a way that energizes and focuses your employees. In other words, they can get the right stuff done.
Guiding an event to a successful conclusion, whether it’s a 10-minute status meeting or a three-day executive retreat, is a key workplace skill. We run great meetings and teach others to do the same.
A mentor is a guide who can help the mentee to find the right direction and who can help them to develop solutions to career issues. Even though we don’t work in your company, we are able help you find the resources you need to build relationships and influence and design a career path.
Our Company Goals
If we teach goal setting, we should be doing it ourselves, right? Here is the current status of some internal development goals we’ve been working on in 2017.