Foster a culture of wellness in your organization to retain employees for the long run, build resilience, and create overall work-life satisfaction. Invest in your employees today.
is your organization facing the following challenges?
High turnover rates
High levels of stress that lead to burnout or employees resignation
Employees are having difficulty finding a work/life balance that actually works for them
Low employee engagement
Lack of motivation and poor performance
Personal challenges affecting focus and work performance
Unclear professional growth goals create a feeling of stagnation
Lack of life and career vision
What if there was a way to help support your employees through their personal and professional challenges in such a way that they don't only flourish on a personal level but also productively contribute to the growth of your organizational success?
How organizations like your benefit from life coaching?
Using my toolkit of wellness practices I promote overall employee well-being, encouraging healthy lifestyle habits and work-life balance that works uniquely for each employee, which leads to increased motivation and reduced absenteeism.
Increasing Employee Engagement
Boosting employee motivation and engagement by fostering a positive and supportive work environment. I help individuals find purpose and fulfillment in their roles, leading to higher productivity, a clear path to growth, and overall job satisfaction.
I teach stress management techniques to employees, helping them cope with work-related and life pressures. Reduced stress levels lead to higher problem-solving capabilities giving way to greater work satisfaction and lower turnover rates.
I help employees develop resilience, enabling them to bounce back from setbacks and challenges. Resilient employees are more adaptable and better equipped to handle change.
Ready to see your employees thrive?
I’ve seen improvements in different aspects of my life- both professional and personal.
To anyone considering Olga’s life coaching- do it. I’ve been working with her for a year now and she is always thoughtful and kind. I’ve seen improvements in different aspects of my life- both professional and personal. She helps you realize what goals you want to set for yourself and she helps you explore what the best way to achieve success will be
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Life Coaching FAQ
What is coaching?
ICF defines coaching as partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential. The coaching process can help you improve your outlook on work and life, while improving your leadership skills and unlocking your potential.
Why should our employees partner with a coach?
By working with a life coach, employees can enhance their performance, increase self-awareness, and build resilience, leading to improved job satisfaction, better work-life balance, and greater success in their careers.
What are examples of goals I’d address with a coach?
Gain new insights and grow in areas of work and life where feeling stuck
Support a wellness-centered work culture
More balanced at work
Achieve goals you’ve never thought possible, personally and professionally
Optimize employees' ability to appropriately respond to challenges as they arise
Tap into employees' inner resourcefulness
Develop mindfulness practices that improve daily life
How do coaching sessions work?
During our introduction call, I take the time to understand the specific needs of your organization and then make my recommendations. I offer both one-on-one coaching sessions as well as group coaching.
What’s my role?
The most successful coaching partnerships begin with a client who has a clear idea of what they want to accomplish and is open to collaboration and new perspectives.
As a coaching client, your role is to:
Create the coaching agenda based on personally meaningful goals
Assume full responsibility for your own decisions and actions
Use the coaching process to promote possibility thinking and fresh perspectives
Engage big-picture thinking and problem-solving skills
Take the tools, concepts, models, and principles provided by your coach and engage in effective forward actions
What is the different between life coaching, mentorship and consultations?
Although these 3 roles can be combined in certain situations coaching is easily confused with mentoring and consulting. A mentor is educating and supervising their mentee while offering feedback for improving a certain set of skills. A consultant is hired to impart specialized knowledge in their area of expertise. While a can certainly teach valuable skills about topics like time management, priority and goal setting, stress management, and more, the main mission of a coach is to give the space for the client to lead and take change that they wish to experience.