Interpersonal Skills Coaching
Executive management is a process-intensive discipline
that encompasses multiple skills. The Executive Tune-up Program is designed to assist in uncovering
and developing the skills necessary to achieve excellence in personal performance and success in business.
Re-engineering is a strategic planning effort designed to increase an organization's effectiveness and efficiency. The program
is a response to the need for change management by adapting organizatinal strategy so
that the organization can better address to new technologies, market changes, workforce changes and over business challenges.
Focus areas include but are not limited to:
Human Resources Management
Managing Workforce Diversity
Your Success""Planning Your Success” is a concept that identifies what business skills and professional
traits you, as a business owner and decision-maker, should possess to achieve business success. Its purpose is to provide input for developing
a Personal Developmpent Plan the following questions:
1) How can you use your current skills to guide your professional
2) How can you meet the challenges of the future?
The program provides guidelines
for understanding issues and trends in a multicultural, non-sexist business environment. Through self-awareness and the application of
proven processes, participants will develop the necessary skills to communicate more effectively, overcome common
communication barriers, recognize appropriate opportunities for establishing productive relationships, and as well
as methods for improving leadership effectiveness.
Our interpersonal skills
coaching workshops work best with 1 - 6 people, and can be structured for any time length. The cost is surprisingly low when
compared to sending individuals to canned, public seminars, but the value is significantly.
Call or email today to receive
a 30-minute complimentary consultation. This is your chance to take advantage of a free coaching session with no further obligation.
4-hour Minimum Commitment
Price: $500 at $125 per hour