By understanding how the brain works, coaching better tailors language, strategies, and goals to be in alignment with an individual’s “hard-wired” way of thinking. Coaching with the brain in mind uses tools and methodologies that can be employed by anyone to create effective and rewarding relationships both at work and at home. This coaching process includes; setting goals, making connections, becoming more aware, seeking breakthroughs, and taking action, all which parallel what neuroscience tell us about how the brain operates. One-on-one, pair or team sessions are designed to transform interactions, inspire insight and strengthen relationships. The format for workplace coaching depends on your needs. It often looks something like this: - exploratory 30 minute phone call (complimentary) - 2 hour in-person or Skype conversation to set goals and discuss tools - six weekly, or bi-weekly 50 minute phone calls - six monthly phone calls or emails to discuss experiences, current challenges and new strategies If keeping cool under pressure is a challenge in your workplace, there are many tools at your disposal. With a little support, it can be done. It's easier (and more enjoyable) than you think.