1. You aren’t providing a call-to-action on each page on your site. There are few things worse in website user experience than going on a website, getting excited about a product or service, and having no clue how to buy it or learn more about it. If the next step for the prospective client to […]Read more →
At a fundamental level, I believe the purpose of coaching is to support the individual to live in a manner that embraces their well-being, is fully engaged with the world and in harmony with all that is. Through research, observations and my personal experiences, I have developed a model that I believe allows access to […]Read more →
Three thousand business owners were surveyed about their training practices and were asked to relate those practices to productivity. Researchers found that education produces twice the gain in productivity and efficiency than money spent on tools and machinery. This explains why corporations shell out billions of dollars each year on education and training. However, the […]Read more →
“Coaching from a cultural perspective allows the unleashing of additional human potential by systematically tapping into the richness of cultural diversity, into the wisdom that lies in alternative cultural perspectives.” —Philippe Rosinski, MCC Recently, my client—a vice president of a global manufacturing company—lamented, “My daughter now calls me ‘The Telecon Man,’” referring to the incessant […]Read more →
The benefit of one-to-one meetings between a manager and employee can’t be overstated. This is valuable, uninterrupted time to listen to what employees have to say, discuss and stay focused on the big picture strategy, address issues, keep an employee engaged and strengthen the relationship—to name a few compelling benefits. It’s also an important opportunity […]Read more →
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