Relations at Work Matter

Why do I work with leaders?

Because they are role models for their teams. Their role is to…

  • create a safe space to work in.

  • initiate important conversations and manage conflicts.

  • show the importance of listening and keep up the flow of communication.

  • give and receive constructive feedback.

  • manage their own emotions with awareness, and enhance their personal well-being.

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Leaders don’t work alone. They achieve better results when working with people where mutual trust, respect and understanding are present.

 

My work helps leaders strengthen their people skills. It supports them in becoming more open-minded, seeing things from different perspectives, and developing new approaches to real-life situations.

Why does investing in people skills matter?

 

Because relationships are one of the most important foundations in the daily life of any organization. People are connecting all the time in many different ways as: Co-workers / Team Members / Managers / Direct Reports / Mentors / Mentees / Clients / Suppliers / Work Friends / Life Friends / Office Spouses.

 

Bringing these relations to a healthier state improves physical health as well. Studies have shown that people with strong, healthy relationships and social circles tend to live longer, respond better to stress, and have enhanced immune systems.

How do companies benefit from more connected employees?

  • Improved collaboration and individual work

  • Increased  employee satisfaction 

  • Enhanced morale

  • Advanced sharing of knowledge and skills

  • Boosted creativity and innovation

  • Higher retention rates

  • Improved onboarding

  • Enhanced resilience contributes to improved self-esteem and improved employee interpersonal relationships.

  • Heightened gratitude builds trust and forms bonds between people

Let’s talk and explore how we may work together.

More Trust and Respect, More Engagement

Coaches are Leaders' Partners

Leadership coaching is a powerful tool to help leaders at all levels enhance
their skills to maximize performance. It helps creates a safe space for learning and growth.
Here are some development areas that can support leaders on their journey to excellence:

Effective Communication

  • General principles of effective and respectful communication

  • Different communication styles

  • Use of body language

  • Active listening

  • Email Etiquette

  • Giving and receiving feedback

Time Management

Inspiring your Team

Creating a Learning Culture

  • Planning and prioritizing

  • Saying "No" to unimportant tasks

  • Managing both interruptions and distractions

  • Delegating successfully and managing the "Monkey on one's back"

  • Managing meetings

  • Managing emails

  • Increasing engagement and making use of individual motivation

  • What it means to be a successful team

  • Different team roles and the beauty of team diversity

  • Building trust within your team as a basis for an excellent collaboration

  • Benefits of ongoing learning

  • Helping others to develop a learning mindset

  • Principles for establishing a learning culture within the company

  • Coaching and mentoring your team

  • Setting of learning goals

  • Monitoring learning progress

  • Formal and informal learning tools