May 7, 2016

Organization Coaching

Structuring an organization to maximize its strengths is extremely important to the success of the organization. A healthy organization will enable a higher level of collaboration among teams and people. This translates into a faster execution and a higher level of morale among people in the organization. When a healthy organization thrives in a constantly changing environment, the eco-system of support within the organization can often “self-heal” itself during the crisis.

There will be challenges for an organization in a highly competitive and constantly changing environment. We often can’t avoid these challenges and difficulties, because a lot of them are outside of our control. Instead of trying (in vain) to prevent these challenges, we can build and utilize the agility of the organization to tackle these challenges. A truly agile organization takes advantage of these challenges and difficulties to accelerate its growth. While others are swallowed by these difficulties, an agile organization survives and thrives!

It is a continuous process to practice better behaviors and to enable changes in the organization. Specifically, it takes time to build a culture for the organization to be sustainable. We do not recommend jumping on the ideal behaviors right away, because the organization may not be ready for it. Very often, an organization pushes forward with their ideal vision but leaves the team members behind. It is a huge price to pay for good intentions. Instead, we will help you identify a starting point to begin driving towards holistic and sustainable change. During this process, we will constantly make adjustments, finding increasingly better directions to move forward. If we can make today better than yesterday, we will be able to make us better all the time. Let us help you focus on what you should finish today, to be better than yesterday!

For more information, please check out the Introduction Slides.




“If you don’t like something, change it. If you can’t change it, change your attitude.” – Maya Angelou