Benefits of Our Organizational Team Program

Focusing on the strengths and character of you and your team

  • Increase engagement. A recent Gallup study revealed that just 13% of employees worldwide are engaged at work. Yet according to a study done by HCI and the ICF, coaching correlates with increased employee engagement; 65% of employees from companies with strong coaching cultures rated themselves as highly engaged.

  •  Identify blind spots. Coaches help you figure out what you don’t know, and they clue you in to things you may not be able to see. They will be honest with you because they are not vested in any specific outcome.

  • Focus your development efforts. Coaches help you know the difference between weaknesses you need to fix and those that are best left as they are. This can help you invest time and energy only in the most fruitful opportunities.​

  • ​Be accountable. Coaches keep you on track and moving forward toward new levels of  achievement. For many of us, having someone we answer to motivates us to act.

  • Create awareness of and appreciation for the character traits and strengths of your team

  • Save time and money by using the same model and language across your personality, feedback, and team tools

  • Create conditions for success and innovation for your team, your leaders,and even your entire organization. 

  • Feel confident. To respond to situations proactively as they happen will reduces the stress and sense of panic when you are able to respond to situations when they happen rather than have them surprise you.