NSight Success certification is an opportunity for coaches to add a powerful, evidence-based assessment tool to their service offerings. It helps coaches develop a deeper and more meaningful connection with their clients, which helps them sustain and grow their coaching businesses.
CINCINNATI (PRWEB) November 08, 2019
Meridiem is offering an opportunity for 50 coaches to become certified to administer the NSight Success Assessment. NSight Success is an extensively validated, business-oriented assessment instrument that measures work-related and interpersonal characteristics. It targets both aptitude and personality success factors including verbal reasoning, numerical reasoning, vocabulary, scanning accuracy, decision-making style, drives, stressors, communication style, leadership style, commitment, and reliability.
The certification is designed for coaches, consultants, and talent managers who use or want to use personality or aptitude assessments as part of their service offerings. It is geared particularly for coaches offering executive coaching, life coaching, talent selection, organizational development, team building, conflict resolution, and succession planning.
According to Mr. Delmar Davis, President and Co-Founder at Meridiem, “NSight Success certification is an opportunity for coaches to add a powerful, evidence-based assessment tool to their service offerings. It helps coaches develop a deeper and more meaningful connection with their clients, which helps them sustain and grow their coaching businesses.”
NSight certification classes begin on December 2, 2019. Registration deadline is November 29, 2019, and class size will be restricted to the first 50 enrollees. The classes are 100% online, fully self-paced, but with 12 weeks of structured learning support. Interested coaches can visit Meridiem’s website at http://www.NSightCertify.com.
Meridiem’s CEO and Co-Founder Mr. Michael Sheehan added, “I personally used the NSight for more than a decade when I was a president of a major steel distributor. I used it for hiring and development for all positions, from entry level to executive. It was key for us to get the right people on the board that fit the culture of our company. I believe so much in the assessment that when I had the opportunity, I formed a company, and bought it.”
Meridiem provides assessments, services, and online tools for coaches, consultants, and HR professionals who support their clients in achieving professional success, organizational wellness, and personal fulfillment. In addition to exclusively publishing the NSight Success assessment, Meridiem is acquiring and developing a library of other evidence-based tools for enabling organizational excellence and personal growth.
The company is based in Cincinnati, Ohio and was co-founded by Mr. Michael Sheehan and Mr. Delmar Davis. Dr. Mark S. Nagy joined the company as a principal partner and Chief Research Officer.
Mr. Sheehan is a business development and entrepreneurism consultant who worked his way up from an entry-level position in a regional steel business to become President and co-owner of the company, eventually scaling and selling it to a multi-national corporation while maintaining the essence of the culture that created its success. He is the author of the forthcoming book The Street Savvy Entrepreneur.
Mr. Davis brings years of experience in operational leadership and talent management for major divisions of two Fortune 500 companies. He subsequently left the corporate world to establish a private practice as a life coach, wellness consultant, fitness trainer, and digital publisher. He is the founder of Easing In Fitness and author of Exercise Planning for Busy People.
Dr. Mark S. Nagy is the director of the Industrial-Organizational Psychology master’s program at Xavier University. His areas of research and expertise include assessment development and validation, job satisfaction theory and measurement, workplace civility, and performance appraisal and evaluation. His research has been widely published in professional journals and presented at conferences.