Insight Coaching Services

Personal Coaching – Self Leadership Training – Employee Selection

The goal of Personal Coaching is to help people accomplish something(s) that they have not been able to accomplish on their own. Whether you’re a parent, business owner, employee or a professional athlete, coaching can make the difference between success and failure.

The starting place for achieving success in any arena is Self Leadership. No other skill, talent, or knowledge has greater power to unleash greater individual and collective human potential than the simple practice of Self-Leadership…

“The conscientious practice of using our very best thinking

in every situation or circumstance that matters.”

Self-Leadership is a learnable success skill. In fact, it is one of the most important skills that anyone can learn or that any leadership, talent, or coaching professional can teach. In just five weekly one hour coaching sessions (individual or group) you can learn to make better use of your best thinking and be less troubled by the thinking that’s been getting in your way.

In a fraction of the time you might imagine, our Self-Leadership 1-2-3 Program can help you:

  • Identify and break through your sabotaging habits, barriers, limits, and perceptions;

  • Unlock and develop the untapped potential of your unique cognitive skills and assets;

  • More quickly acquire, develop, and apply new skills, talents, knowledge, and wisdom;

  • Produce and sustain unprecedented performance improvements and results;

We’ve all heard the line, “If you give a man a fish you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and he will eat forever.” The same is true for coaching. You don’t need to keep coming back if you learn and apply the principles and practices we teach in our Self Leadership program.

Leadership and Team Development

Great Leadership is all about having a positive influence on how people think and how much they willingly and proactively apply their knowledge, skills, talents, and energy to make good decisions and produce good results. It’s through your positive influence that people in your organization will learn to work together and use resources wisely to produce meaningful results.

Needless to say, all Great Leadership starts with Self Leadership. When you learn to use your best thinking to make choices and take actions that create real value, you will be able to model the characteristics and qualities that help others turn their knowledge and skills into decisions and actions that lead to improved performance.

By learning to live the principles and practices of Self Leadership you open your team to greater cooperation, engagement and commitment. When you include your team in the process of learning to become Self Leaders, you empower them to take greater responsibility for their choices and actions in relation to organizational goals.

Employee Selection

One of the biggest challenges for every employer is hiring the right people. Unfortunately the idea of “What you see is what you get!” seldom works in interviews. Imagine how different your hire experiences would be if you could objectively “know” how your candidate thinks, how they make decisions, and how they are likely to act and interact on the job before you hire them. How helpful would it be to know which strengths and challenges people will bring to your table?

Now imagine what it would be like to have someone who could help both the new-hire and their manager quickly tap into the most critical strengths required to maximize their performance once their on the job?

Our Candidate Assessment Service not only assesses how a candidate thinks, it can also assess how well they will fit into your organizations culture, how well their thinking and interpersonal skills match the job, and how best to manage, lead, and develop them.

Using our scientifically-validated online VQ Candidate Profile (it takes less than 15 minutes to complete) we can quickly measure and identify both the assets and potential liabilities that a candidate will bring to your organization. We measure the thinking that will influence the candidate’s on the job performance. These “need to know” insights can lead you to making better hire decisions and managing your new hire more effectively.