Simple New Mobile App That Coaches Business Leaders On-the-Go Launched by Gayle Lantz of WorkMatters, Inc.

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My Daily Coach is a no-cost app designed to help business leaders gain insight, take action and achieve results—one day at a time.

www.workmatters.com

Gayle Lantz, CEO, Work Matter, Inc.

You get a dose of inspiration and practical thinking each day that can help you be more successful in your leadership role.

My Daily Coach is a new mobile app designed for busy leaders who want to grow their business and themselves. It is available at no cost for iPad and both iPhone and Android smart phones.

Developed by Gayle Lantz, founder of WorkMatters, Inc., My Daily Coach helps executives, business owners, managers and other leaders in our workforce ask the right questions and take meaningful action on a daily basis. The simple to use mobile app provides a blend of inspiration along with practical ideas for jumpstarting the day.

Lantz is a successful executive coach specializing in leadership issues. She is also the author of Take The Bull By The Horns: The Busy Leader’s Guide to Growing Your Business and Yourself. Her articles and insights have been featured in a variety of business publications including Harvard Management Update, BusinessWeek, The New York Times, Wall Street Journal Online, Human Resource Executive magazine, Chicago Tribune, and FastCompany.com.

“What if you could get clear and stay focused—all year long,” asks Lantz. “Coaching in less than a minute a day goes a long way. You get a dose of inspiration and practical thinking each day that can help you be more successful in your leadership role. In essence, this new app is a daily guide supporting you as you navigate your own path as a leader.”

Executive coaching is increasing in popularity. More executives are seeking out coaching while more organizations are offering coaching to managers, leaders and other employees. The new app is a simple tool that supplements any coaching initiatives. It’s also useful for those who don't have time for traditional training, but still want to learn and may need a daily nudge.

Lantz believes everyone who is serious about growing their business, their team or themselves as a leader should have a coach who prompts strategic thinking before taking action. Just a small prompt each day can make a big difference toward commitment and accountability, while also helping to avoid mistakes.

Lantz founded WorkMatters based on the belief that work is one of the most important parts of life. People who are fully engaged in work that matters to them personally expand possibilities for themselves and their organization. Having coached hundreds of executives for more than fifteen years, she understands their need for refreshing leadership inspiration as the source for future innovation.

Lantz originally produced the popular My Daily Coach page-a-day Calendar as a tool for client leadership development and personal growth. She designed it to kick-start each day with a probing question or thought to stimulate clients to achieve greater results.

“Now it’s back as an app,” notes Lantz. “Adapted to any cell phone or iPad, it’s simple, smart and especially good for people who want to make their work matter even more. Download the app and you’ll find a short message from me waiting for you every day.”

The My Daily Coach app can also be licensed to businesses that want to deliver customized messages from Lantz related to their market or industry.

About WorkMatters, Inc.

WorkMatters, Inc., founded by Gayle Lantz, provides a leadership-centered approach that empowers executives, teams and organizations to take ownership of their strengths and bring their best selves to their positions at work. My Daily Coach, her new mobile app, is the latest WorkMatters innovation, available at the App Store and Google Play. For more information about WorkMatters, Inc. visit http://www.WorkMatters.com or call 205 879-8494.

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