Development

CAREER COACHING is for individuals who are interested in choosing, growing, or changing their careers. Individuals gain insight into their interests, skills, and work styles. They learn more about person-job fit and which types of positions leverage their skills and interests. They also learn where they may have gaps between where they are and where they want to be. These areas can be developed.

meeting with 2 peopleLEADERSHIP COACHING is for professionals and leaders who want to grow their leadership skills. Coaching is tailored to the individual’s development needs, time available, and budget.

YOUTH COACHING is for younger people (and sometimes their parents)WeLead Mentors who want to prepare themselves for the world of work. It tends to focus on building life skills, such as resilience, independence, and creativity, but it may focus on whatever the person needs to succeed in any type of job. Youth coaching focuses on skills that are not emphasized at school but are necessary to succeed in life.

FLEXIBILITY COACHING is for individuals who want to be successful at working flexibly and for managers who want to successfully lead flexible workers. Flexibility often takes the form of virtual teaming, telecommuting, working part-time, and job sharing.

Joanie teachingPROFESSIONAL WORKSHOPS are for organizations who would like to develop their people in groups, rather than individually. Often workshops are conducted for intact work teams and for organizations who don’t have the budget for individual coaching. Workshops may be custom or “off the shelf” on a variety of leadership topics.

YOUTH WWeLead table discussion 2ORKSHOPS are for schools and youth organizations who want to offer youth (and sometimes their parents) opportunities to learn about and build life skills.  We partner with many non-profit organizations to put on workshops for students at a reasonable cost.

Contact us to inquire about coaching and workshop options, as well as upcoming events and open enrollment workshops.

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