Athraon Coaching and Leadership Blog

Home/Athraon Coaching and Leadership Blog
Athraon Coaching and Leadership Blog2019-08-20T00:23:27+00:00

Coaching for Development

Coaching for Development Leadership means leading an organization in the right direction, but what if a person seems to be going the other way? Identify the reasons and the different ways to coach employees. According to Florence M. Stone in his book Coaching, Counseling, and Mentoring: How to Choose and Use the Right Technique to Boost Employee Performance well versed and highly effective managers are those who clearly understand what works for one employee [...]

By |March 23rd, 2020|Coaching|

Defining Goals that Align with Your Values

Having a clear understanding of your personal values is critical to your success. Without this knowledge, you won't know what really matters to you, what motivates you and why you are doing what you are doing. You will be in conflict with what you really want and your life will be unfulfilling and stressful. If you want to be successful you need to make sure your personal values and your goals in life are aligned. [...]

By |March 21st, 2020|Coaching|

Coaching for Managers: A focus on the future

Coaching for Managers The role of a front-line manager is one of the most rewarding but can also be one of the most tedious based on the relationships with one’s employees.  Some of the tedious nature of this role can come from employee development and their current performance.  Regardless of their performance level, there are always opportunities for employees to grow and opportunities to support their development.  Without being properly equipped, the development [...]

By |July 19th, 2019|Coaching|

Coaching: Managers to Leaders

Gauging Emotional Intelligence Significant research over the last two decades has shown that emotional intelligence is likely the single most powerful success factor yet discovered affecting everything from job performance and annual income to mood and satisfaction in life. Emotional intelligence subsumes the majority of other critical skills including time management, decision making, and communication. It is no wonder that emotional intelligence is responsible for 58% of performance in all types of jobs and [...]

By |July 4th, 2019|Coaching|

The Power of Individualized Coaching

A discussion into the Power of Individualized Coaching Individualized coaching is a powerful tool that offers many benefits to the client. Having a coach to work with you and facilitate the process of discovery can be a great resource. An employee or individual working with their own coach will always have a great advantage in terms of self-awareness and discovery. Although individualized coaching can be very resource intensive, the return on investment is [...]

By |July 3rd, 2019|Coaching|

Employee Coaching and Development, an Investment.

Investing in Employees: A discussion of developing and coaching existing employees. One of the most common and greatest mistakes an organization can make is to prioritize recruitment over developing an existing workforce. In such instances, an organization is essentially exchanging qualification for experience, loyalty, and long-term success. In terms of value, an existing employee has already has had a substantial investment and can often be developed, coached, and grow with the business. The [...]

By |June 12th, 2019|Coaching|

Change is Good

Change is Good: Opportunities for growth and coaching through them. Change is inevitable and nothing is constant in our personal and professional lives. It is often quite a challenge for employees to buy into change, especially when things have been stagnant for a long time. Change isn’t always negative for the employee and often may bring some direct benefits. Depending on their experiences and emotional intelligence the difficultly of dealing with a change [...]

By |June 10th, 2019|Coaching|

Navigating Change: Change Management in Practice

What is Change Management? You will be familiar with word "Change Management" if you are working within a large corporation or organization. Change management has been around for a while but this term has become very common among organizations and corporations that like to initiate changes to processes including both tasks and organizational culture. A change management is a set of processes that are employed to make sure that changes have been implemented in ordered, [...]

By |May 14th, 2019|Coaching|

Connecting the Dots: Emotional Intelligence and Management

Emotional Intelligence and Management On first thought, some may challenge the connections between emotional intelligence and the workplace.  Emotional Intelligence is the ability and capacity for one to identify, manage, and express their emotions as well as the responses to the emotions of others.  As we all spend so much of our lives at work, Emotional Intelligence can be key to successes or failures as we build interpersonal relationships which are necessary to [...]

By |May 8th, 2019|Coaching|