One-on-One Sessions

Ongoing one-on-one sessions are typically reserved for the leaders of the organization and are kept completely confidential. Based on many empirical studies, I understand that the state of an organization is a reflection of the internal states of its leaders. Our work therefore focuses on enhancing internal processes related to all areas of life. This will positively affect professional performance, which will result in a positive impact throughout the rest of the organization and its employees.

Employees who give their managers a low rating are four times more likely to be interviewing for other jobs than their peers (TINYpulse)

While nearly every company faces similar general obstacles, I understand that every situation and every individual is unique. I therefore do not have a “one size fits all” strategy. While I employ a particular approach grounded in Eastern psychology and supported by Western science, our work together is flexible and tailored to what resonates with you. This creates immediate and lasting change instead of temporary solutions.

Nearly 50% of employees said they’ve quit a job because of a bad manager 60% think managers need managerial training (Udemy)

Once one-on-one sessions with the executive team become more spread out, I can work with others within the company on an individual basis.

Meeting Mediation

Let’s face it, great minds don’t always think alike! Even when like-minded individuals come together to problem solve or brainstorm, passion and perceptions can get in the way of clear, productive communication. Having an objective observer with a keen ability to resolve conflict can save ample time, energy, and money.

Mindful Mornings

Kickstart the day by getting everyone in the company centered and focused through a brief meditation. This internal balancing promotes a low-stress, cohesive environment and helps participants access the creative, intuitive side of their brains.

Depending on your preference, these sessions can include a quick lesson on how meditation and mindfulness work and the benefits of establishing a consistent practice.