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Diversity & inclusion training provider by Roderick M. Mason? While it’s true that having your employees go through corporate training will cost you something, you should look at it as an investment in your business, because that’s exactly what it is. The money that you spend on this training for your employees will almost certainly help you to increase your profits over time. Employees that undergo this sort of training tend to become more efficient and skilled at their jobs. Numerous studies have concluded that corporate training can actually help lower the employee turnover rate of a business, which is certainly a good thing. If you don’t want to worry about constantly needing to bring in new people, this is one option you should seriously consider taking advantage of.

Personal development brings clarity. Even with an improved sense of direction, there will always be multiple tasks looking for your attention. As your personal development improves, prioritisation becomes much easier. You are clearer on your objectives and you can quickly identify which task will give you the best result with the resources available to you at that moment.

Transformational Coaching acknowledges the fact that individuals are always manifesting a life they imagine and therefore, are always powerful. They manifest through worry and focusing on that which could go wrong, as well as what is in the way of them having what they say they want. Have you known people who fall victim to one circumstance after another? They are generating a sense of power from being a victim, which serves them one way or another. I know a woman who constantly has awful experiences at restaurants. The hostess was grumpy, the server didn’t bring any water and the mashed potatoes were cold; one thing after another. This woman appears to be a victim of poor restaurants. But, her experience of being a victim to circumstances at restaurants happens quite frequently. As a couch, I would say that she is getting something from being a victim to her circumstances. She is getting some form, or some level of power from her stance. “What will go wrong this time” is probably a question that is part of an unconscious conversation that is playing in her head before and during her restaurant experience. This woman is powerful in that she is creating or manifesting that which she imagines. Again, coaches always acknowledge the client’s power whether it shows up as empowering or as disempowering; whether it supports the stated commitment or an underlying conflicting commitment.

In an effort to consciously add value to you and/or your company or organization, we offer online self development and professional development courses. You have the option of in person one on one coaching, but, this can be done virtually if needed. Professional and leadership development can be done onsite for companies and organization, but, this too can be done with a virtual mastermind group or virtual lunch and learn. Discover extra details at Diversity & Inclusion Training.

The leaders ask each stakeholder to give her a couple of suggestions to improve in these 1-2 areas that he can implement in the next month. The leader compiles all the suggestions from stakeholders, decides to pick 2-3 suggestions, and implements the change during the month. Next month, she goes back to the stakeholders and asks for feedback for her improved behavior during the last month and more suggestions to implement in the coming month. This process continues for the period of the entire year. About every quarter, the stakeholders are given an anonymous survey to rate the leader’s improvement in these 1-2 areas. Although the process seems simple, Marshall Goldsmith’s stakeholder centered coaching is one of the most effective methods of changing the leader’s on-job behavior and stakeholder’s perception of the leader.

Roderick M. Mason is a Certified John Maxwell Speaker Trainer Coach and the founder of Holistic Coaching Solutions – A platform focused on delivering high-end corporate training services. He is a Certified CBMC Leadership Coach, Certified Primal Health Coach, and a Licensed Diversity & Inclusion Trainer. Roderick is an alumnus of Loyola University with a specialization in Marketing and is an avid seeker of knowledge who highly appreciates the notion of continuous improvement and growth. Discover additional info on holisticcoachingsolutions.com.