All top athletes have a coach, why shouldn’t you?
Christine shares her passion for people development and her innate ability to discern what is holding a person back through leadership and life purpose coaching. She has coached individuals all over the country and considers it a privilege to help someone achieve breakthrough in their life.
- Eliminate “clutter” that interferes with productivity.
- Establish new ways of thinking that increase focus and creativity.
- Align activities with your purpose and calling in life and stop putting off what matters most.
- Establish life balance, which studies show, increases productivity and focus at work, as well as improves overall health.
- Connect or re-connect with God to increase fulfillment and joy.
Get clarity. Get unstuck. Get more out of life.
What is Coaching?
Coaching is a highly successful tool that individuals and companies are using to improve productivity, personal and team performance, and help individuals create and live the lives they really want, instead of just dealing with the lives they’ve been handed.
How does the coaching take place?
You can be coached from anywhere in the world, as long as you have access to a phone. You choose whether you want face to face or phone sessions based on your schedule.
So, do you want a coach? Does someone in your organization? Take our complimentary assessment to see.
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- Personal Growth/Life Coaching Assessment
- Leadership/Executive Coaching Assessment
Does Coaching work?
IBM has more than sixty certified coaches.
Scores of other major companies have made coaching a core part of executive development. Why? According to the Harvard Management Update, given the right environment and circumstances, high potential, growth seeking individuals benefit from one-on-one interaction with an objective third party. Coaching can provide a focus that other forms of organizational support simply cannot.
A study featured in Public Personnel Management Journal reports that managers (31) that underwent a managerial training program showed an increased productivity of 22.4%. However, a second group was provided coaching following the training process and their productivity increased by 88%. Research does demonstrate that one-on-one executive coaching is of value." ." - by F. Turner, Ph.D. CEO Refresher http://www.behavioral-coaching-institute.com/Resources.html#Cost Benefits
Kodak (world's largest photo processing company) has initiated a coaching program focusing on employee productivity and retention for a 1,000 employee unit. The coaching results obtained to-date confirm double-digit productivity increases. - Society for HR Management.
Dr. Brian Underhill in a major research study found that coaching now reaches into the highest levels: 43% of CEOs and 71% of the senior executive team reported that they had worked with a coach. While 63% of contacted organizations say they plan to increase their use of coaching over the next five years. Most telling, is that 92% of leaders being coached say they plan to use a coach again. Both indicators provide a strong endorsement of coaching; the first by the organizations paying the bills, and the second by the leaders who are actually receiving coaching." - FastCompany.Com
Harvard Business Review Survey on the question - "Do companies and executives get value from their coaches?" Harvard's recent industry survey found that the popularity and acceptance of leadership coaching continues to rise even in the current tight business environment. The survey concluded that clients keep coming back because “coaching works.” The report also found that: over 48% of companies now use coaching to develop the leadership capabilities of high-potential performers; the median hourly rate of coaching is $500 (from a low of $200 to a high of $3,500) and the typical coaching assignment is from seven to 12 months.
Today, to stay competitive organizations need to think of learning as a lifelong pursuit, an enriching experience that will always be part of your life. Coaching was born out of the need to obtain sustainable learning acquisition and behavior change.