T here tends to be an obsession with quick fixes to organizational challenges. To enrich and achieve our strategies, we have to stop focusing on technology and start focusing on getting people to work together.

This type of collaboration will lead to differences in opinion, ideas, and approaches and is normal. It’s what we call healthy conflict. When individuals are unable or unwilling, however, to coalesce or shift their thinking for the greater good, unhealthy conflict threatens to derail your plans causing strategic drift and no leader should have to end an otherwise great year on that note.

Through conflict management and coaching strategies, we can help leaders develop strategies that eradicate power struggles and dissension to achieve strategic intent and successful collaborative efforts.

Call us if you:

  • Need an experienced facilitator to lead an important collaborative effort.
  • Looking for someone to facilitate sensitivity training.
  • Have teams that are derailed by interpersonal conflict.
  • Want leaders to learn conflict management and resolution strategies.
  • Would like leaders to learn how to apply basic conflict coaching techniques.

T he effects of growth, change, and transition in the growing global economy exposes employees at all levels to differences. These include differences in how we think, our approach to work and life itself.

Keeping our personal way of seeing life from negatively impacting our professional approach to work, can be challenging. Sometimes, even the most well-meaning people can come across as insensitive to the needs of others. When this happens, productivity often comes to a halt until the situation is remedied.

Sensitivity training is an effective approach to helping people understand themselves and others reasonably, which is done by developing in them socially empathetic attitudes making them capable of readily adjusting their behavior in light of their new understanding.

Let me help you and your employees learn how to make important shifts in your thinking so that productivity can continue at a rapid pace.

E xecutive coaching involves the engagement of the executive’s direct reports and other key stakeholders. This results in a reinforced circle of support for the leader to strengthen communication, build relationships, and resolve potential derailing behaviors.  Pam provides the following Executive Coaching solutions:

  • Executive Coaching is professional coaching with a focus on developing your leadership skills — the skills needed to drive change, manage complexity, conflict, build high performing teams, and maintain a strong personal foundation to thrive under pressure and sometimes scrutiny.
  • Executive Assimilation Coaching is a coaching process designed to help executives who are either new to an organization or have been promoted through the ranks to effectively integrate their knowledge, expertise, and capabilities into their new leadership role, and blend seamlessly into the business culture.
  • Setting the goals that you really want along with the goals that are critical for your personal, professional and business development which will empower you to take action in better and smarter trajectories;
  • Confidence to work through conflict, scrutiny and other challenges that face today’s leaders;
  • Make better decisions for yourself, find greater satisfaction as an employee and/or business leader because your focus is clear;
  • Your company will benefit from a more focused, resourceful and results-driven professional and business leader;
  • You will be more effective, feel greater value to the company, and tap into your creativity;
  • Access to tools, templates, checklists, assessments, models, and strategies that enhance professional and business success.

E veryone seems to know what to do, but not everyone knows what to do next. Pamela and her team use organization development (OD) strategies to resolve this fundamental challenge. Bring together the key stakeholders from within your organization to develop a plan that increases your overall effectiveness, efficiency, and productivity.

Benefits of a well-developed organization plan include:

  • Innovation & Creativity
  • Collaboration
  • A stronger culture within the organization
  • Stability and longevity among high potentials and high performers
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