EXECUTIVE COACHING CORPORATE COACHING

EXECUTIVE COACHING

Are YOU ready?

Are you ready . .

to let Rosemary help you find the work

that you not only love, but will succeed in?

As a seasoned social worker and career management consultant, ROSEMARY LAVINSKI, LCSW,CEAP is down-to-earth, practical and aware of market trends.
Now that you are ready to make a move toward growth and change, she will:
  • help you analyze your interests, clarify your values and recognize what gives you pleasure so you can find the work you love
  • assist you in managing office politics so you can play to win
  • coach you to be a good team player in your present job so you will become an indispensable asset to your organization
  • teach you how to strategically package your skills to target your market
  • show you how to tap into the hidden job market and improve your networking techniques
  • collaborate with you to create resumes and cover letters that are attention getting and highlight your strengths, abilities and goals
  • give you an edge in interviews by teaching you how to identify personality types and communication styles of potential employers
  • through interest inventory testing she will help you interpret and understand your personality, unconscious habits and thought patterns so that you can find work that is a good fit for you
  • Develop a Niche and Targeted Marketing Plan
CORPORATE COACHING

While the idea of training to improve your business skills is not new, what experts realized was that there was no follow up. Busy executives need help to make the necessary changes in real time on their jobs,"says Douglas Hall, Karen Otazo and George Hollenbeck in "Behind Closed Doors: What really Happens in Executive Coaching" Organizational Dynamics (Winter, 1999) "Just knowing what’s wrong isn’t enough to make the changes. When coaches work well with executives, the results tell the story", they add.

The executive coaching Program is designed to help leaders achieve a level of excellence that is commensurate with the leading edge in their professions, industries and personal lives. Executives in such positions often do not have the opportunity to have open and productive dialogue with someone outside the organization to "strategically plan" how to manage their problems, projects, visions, and personal goals to fruition. "Unlike a management consultant, an executive coach does not come in and fix the problem for you and then leave. A coach partners with you to elicit how to resolve issues and achieve your goals. And they stay with you throughout the process" says Amy Watson, a spokesperson for the International Coach Federation.

An executive coach can help with time management, communication skills, conflict resolution, career guidance, and team building.

Coaching is done privately and confidentially on a group or individual basis either in person or via telephone. The work to be accomplished is determined by the participant and the coach. Our work is designed to grow leadership competency. Organizations report teams are more productive, managers report more job satisfaction and are more effective as a result of coaching.

ROSEMARY LAVINSKI, LCSW, CEAP
Executive Coaching • International Training
Social Work Psychotherapy

868 President Street • Brooklyn, New York 11215

Office 718 • 783 • 4295

Cell Phone 718 • 986 • 5582

email:
RTLavinski@gmail.com

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