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e9 Corporate Coaching

Beyond what you thought possible

Beyond what you thought possible

Beyond what you thought possibleBeyond what you thought possible

We can help conquer...

Teams Who Tiptoe Around Each Other

Meeting Aggressive Goals

A New Promotion/ Manager

Performance Challenges

Difficult Work Relationships

e9 corporate and career coaching - teams - before - man running with laptop on fire

Before

e9 corporate & career coaching - after - people at a conference table laughing

After

1. Introduction Meeting

2. Thomas Kilman Conflict Mode Instrument

2. Thomas Kilman Conflict Mode Instrument

Describe the process, goals, answer questions.

2. Thomas Kilman Conflict Mode Instrument

2. Thomas Kilman Conflict Mode Instrument

2. Thomas Kilman Conflict Mode Instrument

How we get needs met. 

Key concepts: Conflict isn't bad, there are many modes, and different modes are effective for different settings.

3. Myers Briggs Type Inventory

2. Thomas Kilman Conflict Mode Instrument

3. Myers Briggs Type Inventory

How we communicate.

Key concepts: We have innate personality preferences about how we perceive what's around us, make decisions, and communicate.

4. Emotional Intelligence

6. Results Meeting & Training

3. Myers Briggs Type Inventory

How we manage emotions.

Key concepts: Self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationship management.

5. 360 Review

6. Results Meeting & Training

6. Results Meeting & Training

What others think of working with us.

Key concepts: Measuring other's perceptions of us is a gift not a threat - it helps us to decide what we want to change about ourselves (or not.) 

6. Results Meeting & Training

6. Results Meeting & Training

6. Results Meeting & Training

Interactive exercises to demonstrate group profile and how to manage group dynamics.

Stop Tiptoeing Around Each Other

Appreciate each other's innate tendencies. Form a common language and sense of humor about differences. 

Engage Fully, Boldly, Effectively

Have courageous conversations and debates supported by trust and understanding.