Transform every obstacle into a learning opportunity to be happy
Our unique coaching methodology, FACE-IT™, is a proven and powerful discovery process to becoming your best authentic self. We focus on balancing common objectives with personal needs to achieve purpose.
FACE-IT coaching equips you with value-based decision making tools to develop grit, confidence, and motivation. Through the coaching process, you discover and expand your personal power to gain self-fulfillment and better relationships.
Focus on ONE: Objectives, Needs, Expectations
- What is the Objective?
- What is your Need?
- What is the Expectations or Expected outcomes?
Assess best options
Assess the situation to select best option focused on collective objectives, your needs, and expected outcomes. Various factors are considered. Here are some:
- Risk-Rewards scale
Construct personalized action plan
We work collaboratively to develop a written action plan, which is comprised of tasks and activities according to the best options selected from a previous step.
Equip with practical tools and resources
Based on the personalized action plan, we work collaboratively on equipping clients with practical tools, techniques, and resources to overcome barriers to achieve best outcomes.
Integrate resources and support systems
No action plan is successful without a support system and resources. We integrate a comprehensive support system and resources until new habits or skills are adapted.
Test it! Tweak it!
Test it! Tweak it! step is ability to apply the proposed action plan with the tools and techniques and examining the outcomes. Ongoing process of testing and tweak until we get best outcomes.
- Harassment, Retaliation
- Expulsion and Suspension
- Disciplinary Behavior
- Stress and Anxiety
- Power Struggle in Relationships
- Interpersonal Conflict
- Purposeless, Boredom, Isolation
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AWARD-WINNING PRODUCTS TO LIBERATE ONESELF
So everyone you meet has a level of insecurity. The level of insecurity that you have is a strength, not a weakness. The question is, how are you going to use it?
For whatever reason, people believe that when they get to that spot, they have to know everything. They’ve got to be in total control, and you can never show weakness. I would say one of the underlying strengths of a great leader and a great C.E.O. — not all the time but when appropriate — is to demonstrate vulnerability, because that will bring people closer to you and show people the human side of you.
Now, in order to demonstrate vulnerability, you have to make sure you have people around you who will never use that against you, because you trust them and they trust you. So the ability, behind closed doors, to have open and honest conversations with your team about the concerns you have, the fears you have, and the opportunities, is the balance that someone needs to succeed.
Howard Schultz, Starbuck’s CEO