Individual Coaching

Coaching offers targeted skill building for high performers through individualized, immediate feedback. MBC coaches challenge and inspire individuals and teams to stretch themselves to attain goals and targets they would not normally achieve on their own.

"We can't solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them." Albert Einstein


Who

Every high-performing person in the world has a coach in one form or another. From athletes to business leaders, high performers know that having someone they trust who helps guide their thought process is necessary to maintain high performance. The rest of the world just "shows up" every day. A successful coach can help you shift your thinking and behaviors, and a great business coach has enough experience to share to help you make that shift quickly.

We work with a variety of people for a variety of reasons. Some people may be seeking ways to maintain high performance in a new position, or enhance opportunities for promotion. Others may desire to become a higher performer or work on a strength or opportunity to help them be more successful in their job. Still others are needing to be on a journey of self discovery. We work with all levels to develop an individualized plan for sustainable long-term success!

How

We have a variety of approaches to help you achieve your goals. Your MBC coach takes the time to understand your business and helps develop key initiatives that will help you succeed. Your MBC coach follows a code of ethics to ensure integrity and respects the confidentiality of information received from you.

In our personalized programs, you will meet with your MBC coach on a regular basis. Early on, your coach will conduct assessments and evaluations in order to learn about your business, your leadership style and your goals. Meeting frequency is determined based on your goals and availability. As you progress, we will work on proven business strategies to reach your goals. Your individual plan will be adjusted as goals are met.

What

Individual coaching topics may include, but are not limited to specific skill-building, e.g.: interpersonal skills, leadership, problem-solving, time management, project management, sexual harassment, workplace harassment, sensitivity issues, customer skills, and many more.

Coaching is valuable to:

• CEO’s and executives
• Directors and managers who need polish in specific skill area(s)
• Mid-level managers who need skills and tools to advance their career to be more effective
• High potentials
• Valuable employees requiring direction and guidelines to become more effective
• Team building and team management
• New leaders to quickly assume command and gain trust and respect

Past recipients of MBC Individual Coaching have said…

“I was embarrassed when my boss told me he had made arrangements for me to work with a coach. He thought I wasn’t managing my projects efficiently and that I wasn’t leading my team as well as I could. I felt it was a slap in my face. I have worked here 15 years and I have managed my department for 5 years. After meeting the MBC consultant and working with her I realized my boss really cared about my success! MBC helped me realize how I wasted time in handling my paper mail, e-mail and interruptions. I learned that I was trying to do everything myself instead of cross-training my staff. She also showed me how to manage my projects so that I am proactive instead always putting out fires…”

“Because I am more organized and less stressed, my staff has become much easier to work with and we accomplish so much more! Working with MBC was the best thing that ever happened to me!”

“As CEO I am responsible for everyone and everything. MBC helped me develop new ways to attack old problems that were getting in the way of my personal success and the company’s success. My vision is clear, everyone is moving in the same direction and we are running more efficient than ever before. I am happier and my board of directors are happier with me, the direction I am leading the company and overall profits are better.”

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