The answer to the biggest challenge of training is coaching. Give your participants a learning journey that gives you a better return on training investment. Research shows that, on average, only one out of six of your participants delivers value following a training initiative. The other five struggle to apply learning and fail to create results for the organization.
The good news is that with coaching you can promote behavioral change through neuroplasty and cognitive restructuring. Practice makes perfect – invest in developing your team’s talent through practice, repetition, and learning from mistakes. Engage ACT One in coaching and the rewards will lead to better results, more engaged team mates, and a workplace culture that thrives.
One-on-One or small group Coaching (over the phone, virtual or face-to-face)
- Entrepreneurs and Business Owners
Common Focus Areas (most coaching engagements take on several of these):
- Team Building
- Sales Development
- Customer Service
- Time Management
- Business Growth
- Structure and Operations
- Corporate Strategy
- Vision, Alignment & Execution
- Delivering Feedback
- Difficult Conversations
- Setting Expectations