Business and Personal Development

Business Growth & Development

Our Executive Coaching Solutions provide coaching on a one-on-one basis, providing an invaluable source of support and development for your managers and business leaders.

Our main goals are to help you to reduce staff attrition, improve communications, enhance the leadership within your company, increase sales and profits, and take your development to the next level and to assist you in formulating solutions to your challenges and difficulties.

Executive coaching is an individualized approach to your professional development that focuses on results and outcomes.

Our coaching solutions are offered face to face or via the telephone.
The demands placed upon today's managers are ever increasing and they have to possess the skill sets and competencies to deliver the goods. Being a good all-arounder is what is essential for success, but how many of us have the complete package?

You will have your own strengths and weaknesses. It is our goal to help you to play to your strengths and to work on your weaknesses.

Maybe you'd like to…

  • Fine tune your interpersonal, confidence and advanced communication skills?
  • Be an outstanding and inspirational leader?
  • Think more strategically?
  • Be able to motivate and build productive teams?
  • Improve your internal political savvy?
  • Discuss your questions and concerns about how to handle situations that you can't discuss with others in your organization?
  • Have someone around who understands what you're facing and whom you can confide in?
  • Improve your development as a person, as a leader and take the company on to the next level?
  • Raise your profile in your company and industry?
  • Be able to step back and look at your company or department from a different perspective?
  • Get some help sorting things out?
  • Earn what you are worth and get the credit for the work that you do?
  • Improve your business in every area?

Personal Growth & Development

A lot of people have trouble identifying their strengths, and it does take time for people to get to know themselves.  Everyone has their own path to personal development, but here are some questions to ask yourself that will help you identify your strengths:

Personal Growth Question #1: What do you like to talk about without stopping?

Chances are, the things that interest you most get you talking on and on.  If what you talk about without stopping are the complaints you have or the things about other people that bother you, then nothing you will read here will help you. A negative attitude will sabotage any success you may seek, and the responsibility for that is yours.  But if you have a positive passion, find out what it is and sort out what you like most about it.  When something was "just perfect" in your experience, what made it feel that way? Your answers will help you see what your biggest motivators are and guide you to your best path for personal development.

Personal Growth Question #2: Do you get excited most by people, ideas or things?

If you're a real people person, anything you do for your personal development will have to put you in contact with people - a lot! Sales people fit this description, but people who love service fit here as well. If you have a passion for people and a real interest in some area of expertise - whether it's food or photography or some technical specialty - find a way to combine the two.  Idea people may want to find more time to write, or do research, and may be happier and more effective building work lives that maximize the time they can be alone with their thoughts.  People who are great with things are the most mechanically inclined, often the hardware people in our computer world, for example. They love to do things with their hands as the key to their personal development and growth.

Personal Growth Question #3: What do you enjoy most about the things you do today?

The only thing you can do consistently and with excellence is something you really love to do.  If you don't love doing something, you'll never be anything but good at it, at best.  But to enjoy life and reap the greatest rewards life has to offer, you have to follow your passions, and if possible, find a way to get paid for doing it! For your personal growth, think about what kinds of things you would be doing in your life anyway even if you were not getting paid for it - these are your talents, the things you can't not do - and then talk to other people who have been successful doing similar things as a profession.  Some people are happy to work for a paycheck and have their real creative passions realized outside of work - but very often it's possible to bring the two worlds together, if you work to find a way.

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