Play to your Strengths.
67% of American workers are either disengaged and actively disengaged at work.
Want to become part of the ENGAGED workforce?
My ENGAGED EFFECT coaching experiences will help you better understand how to utilize & develop your innate talents so you can be more productive, profitable, safe, and customer-centric – all while allowing you to better engage with your work and make work enjoyable again. For you, or your team.
So many working professionals try to be and do everything they can to be successful. Why not? We've been told our entire lives to be "well-rounded". But this rarely leads to success.
Most often, trying to do it all leads to dissatisfaction and disengagement from our work. Sound familiar? That's because, in our attempt to be well-rounded, we minimize or ignore our most natural talents; or worse, work against them.
By understanding & using your most innate talents, you can create a ripple effect that begins by improving your own productivity, work quality, & customer service; and ultimately extend the same success to your team(s), organization, and community.
If you're already feeling (or know) that you're engaged in your work; that's AWESOME! It makes you part of 33% of American workers who feel the same.
But, if you and/or your team are looking to build upon that success, or you're just looking for a "performance upgrade", and you just don't know how to get there? I can help with that.
Each of us have unique talents to contribute to the world around us -- to our workplaces, our families, & our communities.
Even if you are already succeeding at work and life, you still probably don't fully understand what makes you unique and how to best utilize that knowledge to go to the next level. That's where coaching comes in.
My Coaching Beyond Engagement offerings are specifically designed for you, whether you're an individual contributor, a new team leader, or an entire team / organization.
Which option is best for you?
“What will happen when we think about what is right with people rather than fixating on what is wrong with them?”
Donald O. Clifton, Father of Strengths-Based Development and Positive Psychology