According to the International Coach Federation study, people hire coaches for many different reasons. From sounding board, to motivator, mentor to business consultant, a coach can serve a variety of capacities. People typically have challenges with four or five key issues, such as:
- Organizational/Business Direction
- Time Management/Goal Setting
- Personal Success
- Career Guidance
- Business Processes
- Personnel Challenges
- Relationships/Family Balance
- Lack of Focus
While all of the above challenges may be addressed through a personal or executive level development process, we understand that sometimes it works better for individual scheduling reasons to engage in monthly coaching rather than weekly or bi-weekly development sessions.
The coaching process focuses on “what matters most” to the participant. By assessing each individual’s needs and learning habits and behaviors, we focus our joint attention on “High Payoff Activities” to improve performance and results. We introduce time tested tools and techniques to create a positive ROI and help you achieve your desired level of success.
LMI’s development programs are built to encourage personal growth and a higher level of behavioral change. However, because people desire continued accountability after the end of a development program, individuals often inquire about the possibility of a continued coaching relationship.