Coaching and Developing Leaders and their teams
Executive Coaching is a proven way to develop individual, team, and organizational performance across industries. A Metrix Global study found that executive coaching has a 788% return on investment (ROI) based on factors including increases in productivity and employee retention.
Kristen works in collaboration with organizational goals to coach top talent, executives, and senior leaders to set goals, build confidence and awareness, develop relationships, and create action to drive results.
Team coaching is defined by Clutterbuck (2007) as helping the team improve performance and the process by which performance is achieved through reflection and dialogue. The goals of team coaching are to enable the team to improve its performance, functioning, well-being, engagement, and development.
Kristen works with leadership teams across organizations to support teams to identify and respect each other's differences, create open communication, and work together to achieve company goals.
This workshop is designed to engage leadership teams by creating a language and framework to align people and make better business decisions that support company goals. This workshop is powered by the GC Index® to understand strengths and gaps as individuals and as a team so that impactful collaboration can take place. The workshop includes GC Index® reports and feedback sessions for each team member before the workshop where you will explore the overall team purpose, goals, and group profile.
Strong, vibrant, positive company culture values their people so greatly that no one feels like just a number.
Research suggests that the costs of mis-hiring the wrong talent can be between 5 - 27 times the annual salary of the position.
Kristen supports organizations by creating insights that reduce the risk of making these critical and costly mistakes. Recruitment analysis can be done by creating a team profile to understand where the gaps are and inform strategic hiring decisions; developing insights into individual strengths, personality, contributions and impact as part of the hiring process.
You've invested in hiring the right talent and brought them on board, so now what? Unfortunately, in many companies this is the end of the process, however, Kristen believes this is the beginning of the most critical time! The first 6-months that a new leader joins an organization can be overwhelming, demanding, and are make-or-break for whether they will stay and be successful. Adding coaching to your onboarding process ensures new leaders have the support to navigate this change successfully.
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