(PRWEB) September 9, 2004
SKILLMAN, N.J.-- 09/09/2003 -- In a business world where organizations mandate coaching and employees expect it, most managers struggle to find the time, muster enough courage, gather the appropriate information, and choose the best phrases for regular coaching conversations. Shifting business priorities, increased span of control, and the virtual workplace make regular coaching more daunting still.
BlessingWhiteÂs solution to these challenges is the latest version of Helping Others SucceedÂ®, available October 15, 2004. The Helping Others SucceedÂ® process incorporates an exclusive, non-anonymous assessment, a workshop, and a variety of online tools. Suitable for managers at all levels, it provides the critical principles, insights, structure, and tools that managers need to efficiently and effectively drive business results, engage all employees, and achieve unprecedented personal success.
ÂOrganizations are becoming more sophisticated in their approaches to strategy alignment, performance management, talent management, and other human capital strategies,Â observes Christopher Rice, BlessingWhiteÂs President and CEO. ÂYet the best systems, tools, training, and scorecards wonÂt deliver results without regular dialogue between managers and employees about what matters most. ItÂs up to managers to help employees connect to the business intellectually and emotionally. Helping Others SucceedÂ® makes those conversations happen. It demystifies the coaching process and equips managers to create successful coaching partnerships in what little time they may have. It is the catalyst organizations need for creating a high-performance culture.Â
BlessingWhite is a world-leader in helping organizations achieve higher levels of performance and employee engagement. With our focus on developing leaders who inspire, building cultures that sustain performance, and aligning employees with organizational vision and values, BlessingWhite is recognized worldwide as a key partner in long-term business success. An employee-owned firm, BlessingWhite has provided consulting, tools, and training to almost three million people across six continents since our founding in 1973. Further information is available at http://www.blessingwhite.com/ .
For more information contact:
Deb Ackles, 312-755-0129, [email protected]
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