Executive coach to reveal secrets of success

The workshop will run from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. and will include a take-away workbook and other resources.

For years, the world’s most innovative organizations have used executive coaching to enhance organizational effectiveness, increase profits and productivity, foster staff engagement and interpersonal communication, and successfully realize their vision, aspirations and goals.

This month, local professionals will have the opportunity to discover what the Fortune 500 set have known all along – how proven coaching techniques can take their organizations from mere success to thriving excellence.

On March 1, executive coach and licensed facilitator Mary Crowley will present an interactive coaching workshop entitled Coaching Out of the Box at North Island College. The full-day workshop is designed for leaders, business owners, managers, board members and anyone who wants to discover and maximize their professional/personal potential.

“Coaching Out of the Box incorporates foundational coaching skills as a tool for achieving top performance from both yourself and those around you,” says Crowley. “Coaching is one of the most effective ways to deal more creatively with business or personal challenges. As a tool it supports people to find solutions, take action and move forward.”

The workshop will focus on the 5/5/5 framework model which involves five core coaching skills, a five-step coaching process and five guiding principles that support effective coaching.

“Coaching is about enhancing communication, building trust, leveraging strengths and achieving results that foster empowerment and overall effectiveness,” said Crowley. “If you feel like you or your organization has reached a plateau, or you want to attract more momentum and success in life, then using a coaching approach can effectively assist you in getting there.”

The workshop will run from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. and will include a take-away workbook and other resources.

Register early as space is limited. Contact the college at 250-334-5000. Crowley can be reached at 250-702-4592 or marycrowley@telus.net.

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