PersuasionPoint’s Leadership and Resilience Coaching program is a proactive and holistic approach to helping clients determine the “how” and “why” to their professional and personal goals. Our mission is to help leaders at any stage see a clear picture of where you are now and where you want to go. As a team, we work together to develop a step-by-step plan to resolve what might be blocking you from realizing your goals and dreams.
Our unique coaching approach seeks to recognize and build on your innate strengths. This allows you to make bold career decisions and to help support you in building authorship over your life. While our plan is to tailor our work to your needs, we have developed a systematic coaching process that helps you identify what your desired outcome looks like and ways for you to take action to get there.
We work with you as a team.
Together, we create specific, measurable goals and an action plan to achieve them. We believe with the right support and skills; you can live up to your ideals and live a meaningful and purposeful life both at work and at home. We believe that one doesn’t have to be sacrificed for the other.
Art + Science
As a foundation to our coaching solutions, we rely on the results from the Strength Deployment Inventory 2.0 (SDI 2.0). You will begin your journey by taking this assessment to discover your motives when things are going well and your motives when you're in conflict. You'll also identify your strengths, and you'll gain a better understanding of your overdone strengths. The process will also identify conflict triggers and will provide science-backed information to help you along your leadership journey.
Our coaching program can help strengthen leadership skills and change behaviors that can directly impact business results and relationships. We help support and develop leaders, especially as you transition into new roles or prepare to take on more responsibilities.
By understanding your individual strength profile and what motivates you, we can guide you to adjust your approach to make interactions more effective, improve relationships, and build better teams.
We take a proactive approach to helping you create your professional and personal SMART (Specific, Measurable, Action Oriented, Realistic and Time Oriented) Goals. Together, we will develop a step-by-step implementation plan to reach your goals and strengthen your ability to resolve roadblocks and setbacks as they come up.
We examine ways to help you set boundaries and find fulfillment instead of being saddled down by “have to’s” and “should do’s.” We work collaboratively with you to keep you motivated, focused, and moving forward to your best life.
Combining deep knowledge of psychological principles with the know-how gained from working in high-stress industries, we help you build and strengthen your resilience toolkit.
Starter Coaching Package
- Two one-hour coaching calls per month
- Calls include verbal plans of action
Professional Coaching Package
- Three one-hour coaching calls per month
- Access to one additional call per month and email communication
- Plan of action presented verbally and is edited as needed based on changes in goals or priorities
Premium Coaching Package
- Four one-hour coaching calls per month
- Access to a few additional short calls as well as email communication in the event an issue arises in between coaching calls
- A written plan of action outlining the steps necessary to achieve your definition of success, and regular edits to the plan as you change priorities and goals
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