Coaching Skills – A Valuable Tool in a Tough Local Economic Climate

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LifeFacilitationInstitute® (LFI), the first integrative coaching academy in Westchester County, invites job seekers and others interested in changing the course of their work and personal lives to its fall course, to be held October 23, 24, 29, and 30 at Stark Business Solutions, 100 South Bedford Road, Mount Kisco, NY.

The ongoing economic downturn has taken its toll on Westchester, Rockland, and Putnam Counties with higher unemployment rates than elsewhere in the state, according to a report released on September 16, 2010, by the New York State Department of Labor. Job-seeking residents may be overlooking a valuable tool for boosting both employment and personal success: coaching. LifeFacilitationInstitute® (LFI), the first integrative coaching academy in Westchester County, invites job seekers and others interested in changing the course of their work and personal lives to its fall course, to be held October 23, 24, 29, and 30 at Stark Business Solutions, 100 South Bedford Road, Mount Kisco, NY.

Coaching techniques can help a person develop job-related skills, learn new skills, better understand employers and colleagues, build self-confidence, and tackle problems and challenges with a fresh approach. “Coaching today is so much more than its traditional use in corporations to develop leaders and solve problems,” explains Ella Scheinwald, an executive and personal coach and LFI founder. “People who work with a coach or attend courses to become coaches find that they are better able to take charge of their work and personal lives. They become the engineers of their own success.”

Businesses recognize the value of coaching. According to a 2009 industry survey, coaching generates a 700% return on investment, and managers who work with a coach experience significant improvement in their work relationships and job satisfaction.

An insightful and accomplished coach and consultant for close to 20 years, Ella Scheinwald works with managers and executives at national and international firms of all sizes and in all business sectors on platforms for solid management and sustained growth. She is the inspiration for The Ella Forum, a first-of-its-kind group of top-level female executives in Israel who meet regularly to share strategies for enhancing their professional and personal lives. A sought-after speaker internationally, Ella incorporates coaching strategies into her presentations on pathways to success, self-motivation, overcoming challenges, and other topics. She resides in Chappaqua and Tel Aviv, Israel with her husband and two children.

For more information, call 914-705-4500, email lifefacilitation(at)gmail(dot)com, or visit http://www.lifefacilitationinstitute.com.

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