Love the work, but have co-worker challenges?
If you answer “yes” to all 3 of the following questions, let’s chat.
What’s working? 1. Stimulating work 2. Good pay and benefits 3. Promotional oppotunities
The items listed above are wonderful, but most people don’t work in isolation.
What’s not working? 1. Gossip, 2. Mixed messages, 3. Cliques
Poor work relationships cost American businesses and other institutions $100 billion annually in lost productiviy due to absenteeism, turnover and passsive aggressive behavior.
Could work-life be better?
Mission driven organizations don’t have winners and losers. When leaders, colleagues and direct reports come together as a team, everybody wins.
What are the benefits?
Why Work With Me?
I believe work relationships work for those who work on them.
Organizations can be a combination of toxic, tolerable or win-win environments. Bosses, subordinates and peers inadvertently or intentionally create tolerable at best, toxic at worst situations. Poor work situations negatively effect employee morale and the bottom-line. As a former administrator, now Life Coach, I believe
work relationships work for those who work on them. I help individuals and leaderships teams work on and resolve issues that hamper comradery and productivity.
“Edward, I just wanted to drop you a quick note to say that the Executive Director has been very pleased and upbeat about the work you two are doing together. She, and we, are sure you were the right person at the right time. You are doing a great service to the organization and to the clients we serve.”
How Much Does It Cost?
Identify dysfunctional patterns
Align goals and behaviors
co-create win-win culture