Your partner in solving organisational challenges and leading a proactive and productive workforce – with heart!
Together we’ll develop the strategy for change that provides relief
Corporations believe that coaching helps retain employees and that the dollar investment in it is far less than the cost of replacing an employee.
~ David A. Thomas Fitzhugh, professor of Business Administration, ~ Harvard Business School
Do you want to increase productivity and capability in your teams?
Do you want to develop your skills as a leader, and increase your learning and development?
Do you want to solve the specific problems that trouble your workplace?
Do you want better working relationships?
Corporate coaching is a tool for people and organisations who want to maximise their potential. If you want to bring out the best in an employee or your team, you need to invest in them. They are your number 1 resource after all! Coaching is the way to build a workforce that has the right skillset and attitude to drive your business forward.
How can corporate coaching help?
It delivers results for every member of staff, to the benefit of all stakeholders.
According to the international coaching federation, 86% of companies report that they recouped their investment in coaching, plus more.
Your mission, vision, values and goals are the linchpin
I am passionate about strategic planning and have extensive experience in this field. I guide teams to realign with strategic plans, understand their role and connect with their purpose.
Book a call to find out how your strategic plan could hold the key to a more engaged and productive workplace.
From Libby’s Clients
I learned a lot about why people act the way they do in the workplace.
It all just gels.
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