We utilize state of the art assessments that pinpoint underlying traits. Our Certified Master Coaches are focused on effecting measurable behavior change and developing new capabilities.

The Business Case for Coaching

1. Increased productivity – Improved work performance, business management, time management, team effectiveness
2. Positive people – Improved self-confidence, working relationships, improved communication skills, work-life balance
3. Return on investment – 86% of companies report fully recovering investment and more

What to Expect from our Certified Coaches:

Ethical standards · Confidentially · Tough questions · Develop areas that are limiting your potential · Achieve your development goals · Accountability · State of the art coaching techniques

Why People Engage A Coach?

Developmental Coaching

Partner with clients to identify and achieve their developmental goals with a focus on behavior change that leads to desired business results.

Cross Roads Coaching

Being a trusted partner in helping leaders assuming a bigger role to think and act effectively at the next organization level.

Change        Leadership

For managers engaged in leading complex changes in their organization.


We coach job seekers in all aspects of a successful job search, beginning with a structured process to reflect upon where the person has been, what they really enjoy, and where they want to go next.

A Typical Coaching Engagement:

Phase I:   Understanding of Needs and Goal Setting

During this stage, expected outcomes, roles, responsibilities, and the coaching process are explained. An effective coaching relationship is dependent upon establishing rapport and trust with the client.

Phase II:   Self Awareness Leading to an Action Plan

The Harrison Assessment, the Leadership Impact Survey, and other assessments may be used to pinpoint behavioral tendencies.   Through dialogue, a developmental action plan with well-defined goals is established. The developmental action plan will be used to focus and anchor the coaching process.

Phase III:   Coaching

Coaching sessions (format and frequency) are designed to meet specific developmental goals, needed behavior change, and improved business results. During the coaching process, periodic meetings will be conducted to discuss the process and progress with the individual’s manager.

Phase IV:   Conclusion and Exit

As goals have been met, the coach and client determine when it is time to end the engagement. Upon completion of the coaching process, the coach will hold a wrap up meeting with the coaching client and their manager to discuss outcomes.