posted by Kim Benedict on Monday, 23 February 2015
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Transforming thought into action to positively impact performance

coachingCapacity coaching is a powerful process which allows participants to transform their leadership from “management by objective,” to “management by coaching.” Our coaches direct participants to reveal ineffective patterns of thinking and to shift focus toward fully utilizing individual strengths. You will spot opportunities for maximum impact and learn how to transfer your ideas into action.

  • Coaching is the place where, when participants fully dive in, they can gain startling self-discoveries and new ways of thinking – about themselves, others, and the environment(s) that surround them.
  • Our coaching process is structured – participants know what to expect from us, what we expect from them and what we both expect from the sponsoring executive.
  • As a rule, we concentrate on strengths but we are no stranger to revealing a blind spot and insisting the participant spend time on understanding the weakness in order to minimize it’s negative impact.
  • Our worksheets assist participants in transferring their new thinking into action. These tools are repeatedly used throughout coaching so you can use the tools on your own.
  • Individual coaching services begin with the Judgment Index™. This tool offers participants the opportunity to understand their capacity for judging situations and making sound decisions with extreme clarity, a very powerful piece of self-awareness.

Breaking through old habits of thinking to discover fresh new options for age-old problems can unleash tremendous freedom. How could “management by coaching” impact your business? Our coaching methodology for peer groups is highly focused, offering practical coaching skills for team effectivness. Our individual coaching methodology unlocks potential in profound ways, uncovering potential and allowing confidence to spring forth.



“Coaching is necessary for anyone who wants to achieve higher levels of productivity.”
– Terri Kabachnick