How do you get from where you are to where you want to be?
Many times there are obstacles in the way. You might know the goals you want to accomplish, but not be sure how to navigate the obstacles that plague our productivity. How do you overcome things like the urgency addiction, reactive workflow, procrastination, and distraction? What is the best way to manage your workflow, email, and meetings?
Or you might be stuck because you don’t have clarity on where you’re seeking to go at all. You might feel unbalanced in your life, or have a lack of direction and purpose. Or you might wonder what it means to truly do your work in a gospel-centered way–which is one of the most important issues surrounding our work today.
We have found that coaching is one of the best ways to overcome whatever productivity challenges you may be facing. Coaching helps you go further, faster. Why? Because of the outside input and encouragement that comes from a trained coach. Andy Stanley summarizes this so well in his book The Next Generation Leader:
You may be good. You may even be better than anyone else. But without outside input you will never be as good as you could be. We all do better when somebody is watching and evaluating.
That’s why we offer productivity coaching. We help you develop the confidence and skills to overcome the obstacles to your productivity and make the impact you are called to make–and do it in a God-centered, gospel-driven way.
Our coaching combines the What’s Best Next methodology with the approach to coaching taught at Columbia University Coaching, both of which are driven by research and evidence from global thought leaders and practitioners. It is professional productivity coaching to help you reach the next level.
We offer three types of coaching:
- One-on-one coaching
- Team coaching
- Learn to coach
You can learn more about each of these options on our coaching page. And if you’re interested, contact us for more information on availability and costs.