Career Development Coaching: Management & Leadership Development Package
Were you recently promoted into a leadership role, are you looking to grow within your current role or would you like to improve your management skills? We’ll discuss your current career situation, use assessments, coaching and multiple assignments in order to develop strategies to set goals, improve your leadership skills and business relationships to achieve career success.
Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument: The Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument helps individuals resolve inter-personal conflict and refocus energy on achieving shared business goals and business outcomes. Individuals will identify their preferred method of dealing with conflict, and learn appropriate ways to approach conflict with others. Reduce stress in your organization by addressing relational issues while improving productivity and performance in your organization.
Each personalized report shows graphically how the participant uses the five conflict-handling modes: Competing, Collaborating, Compromising, Avoiding and Accommodating. The report offers specific suggestions to help you understand the pluses and minuses of a particular conflict-handling style, with suggestions for considering alternative approaches.
Work Personality Index – Leadership: This report helps leaders understand their role and maximize their impact. This report sets the stage with an individual’s pivotal skills, competencies and areas of difficulty, to focus development plans on areas that will lead to the greatest increase in leadership performance. It ends with exercises that bring it all together – helping you create development plans that leverage strengths and address pressing needs.
Career Values Scale: The Career Values Scale (CVS) is an up-to-date measure of work values, preferences and needs. These values are a part of a person’s core beliefs and give meaning to the person’s career and life. They are a useful indicator of job satisfaction and personal goals.
The Career Values Scale Report provides a graphic overview of a client’s values, examines sources of satisfaction and dissatisfaction and has exercises to help them focus on achieving a balanced career.
Work Engagement Profile: Two kinds of factors shape employee engagement: extrinsic rewards, such as pay, benefits, promotions, awards, and so on; and intrinsic rewards—psychological rewards that fuel engagement by providing a positive emotional charge. The Work Engagement Profile uniquely focuses on measuring intrinsic rewards and providing insights that can directly affect your organization’s bottom line because it addresses work engagement at the core level—the employee’s feelings about the work itself.
The Work Engagement Profile Interpretive Report measures four intrinsic rewards—meaningfulness, choice, competence, and progress—that individuals receive directly from their work. Interpretive information for the scores of each intrinsic reward includes building blocks for improving and strengthening that reward. The Interpretive Report concludes with a detailed Action Plan worksheet for developmental planning.