What We Do
Success Trek was founded with the vision of making business challenges that seem difficult, simple. By acting as an extension of your team and fostering conversations, we help you find clarity and answers and assist in understanding how to achieve goals. Our approach brings the benefits of both coaching and consulting to our clients, offering thoughtful guidance and business expertise. Moreover, it allows Success Trek to quickly move between the more individually-focused elements of coaching and the operationally-focused aspects of consulting.
We provide a logical approach and a new way of thinking while engaging our clients to play to the strengths of their people. We work together to improve your business operations by connecting people with what they need to do their best work.
Since 2005, we have helped our clients achieve their vision while getting the best from their employees and processes. We'll work together so you can gain clarity & focus, create a plan, and execute the plan successfully. Success Trek stands apart from other consultative firms because we stay with you, evaluating and monitoring the implementation and beyond. Together, we help our clients achieve the outcomes of Improved Business Strategies, Empowered Leaders & Teams, and Strengthened Workflow Process.
We’ve all seen them and even used them – catchy statistics. If the phrase “95% of users experienced positive results” made you click on something, raise your hand. Yes, we even admit to using them in our service promotional materials, like saying, “Every crucial conversation employees avoid wastes $1,500 per day.” Setting the past aside and focusing on the present and future, in this Blog, we will take a deeper look at why we need statistics, the potential problem with them, and our takeaways based on our real-world experience and education (with a bonus takeaway at the end).
In previous Blogs, we discussed the importance of Procedure Documentation. While working with clients, we often encounter challenges associated with processes that vary within an organization, usually based on the specific needs of a department or team. This Blog will explore the pitfalls of process variation and how to manage them.
In business coaching, a professional coach works with individuals or teams within an organization to enhance their performance, skills, and overall effectiveness. The main goal of business coaching is to support individuals in achieving their professional objectives and maximizing their potential, focusing on facilitating self-discovery, personal growth, and skill development. This month’s blog will focus on On-Demand Individual Coaching as part of our People Development service and how it results in Empowered Leaders and Teams.
Raise your hand if you are intrigued by this image. We chose it for this month’s blog as a reminder that businesses (and buildings) need a variety of elements to succeed and be strong. In building, rebar, or reinforcing bar, is a common feature of many concrete applications. Its primary purpose is to increase the tensile strength of the concrete, helping it resist cracking and breaking. Like rebar, Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) in business guarantees that the business can benefit by reducing errors, increasing efficiencies and profitability, and creating a safe work environment.
“Failing forward” is a phrase often heard in the business world. As much as we tell ourselves, “nobody is perfect,” and “mistakes happen,” what matters most is our response to them. Oprah Winfrey is quoted as saying, “Learn from every mistake because every experience, encounter, and particularly your mistakes are there to teach you and force you into being more of who you are.”
Did you know that workshops contain many benefits? This month’s blog will focus on our Training / Education Workshops and how they result in Empowered Leaders & Teams. The exciting thing is that you also create engaged employees through these workshops, which leads to better performance and boosts team and organization success.
The workplace, like the world, is full of different personalities. Those different personalities can drive workplace success, so let’s learn to embrace them!
Obstacles happen. So too, does negativity in the workplace. Negative employees always seem to be in a bad mood, are not productive, and are challenging to work with, whether because they say no to everything or because their pessimism brings down everyone around them. Negative attitudes can be disruptive and destructive, affecting co-workers’ focus, motivation, and happiness at work.
Are you feeling stressed? You are not alone! Stress is a natural feeling of being unable to cope with specific demands and events. Stress can come from work, relationships, financial pressures, and other situations, but anything that poses an actual or perceived challenge or threat to your well-being can cause stress.
Communication breakdown happens when two sides fail to exchange information effectively, and if not addressed can quickly result in disastrous consequences. The
two main reasons for communication breakdown are (1) one-way flow and (2) using the wrong channel.