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.
Training & Development
“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.
In our Blog Ready… Set… Project Management!, we looked at some of the challenges that influence whether a project succeeds or fails. Challenges increase when you have multiple projects involving various team members and other departments. How do you manage all the moving pieces and ensure everyone is accountable for their responsibilities?
Sure, that desk may look like that of an efficient multitasker. However, its what you do not see that is the problem! In the business world, employees often wear multiple hats. Their to-do lists are long, the days are short, and projects pile up. Factor in their home and social lives, and it is easy to see why multitasking is utilized. It is not uncommon to see an employee on their phone and computer, all while maintaining a conversation…
Assumptions contribute in a major way to workplace miscommunication. Assumptions are taken as fact when there is no proof. They are often preconceived misconceptions about a situation, person, group, or task – likely based on past experiences with others. More likely than not, you probably do this a bit more than you’d like to believe.
Companies that offer comprehensive training programs realize higher income and profits per employee than companies without formalized training. Although training requires an investment, a business that opts out of employee training means they are saying, “No thanks,” to a pile of theoretical money on the table in front of them.