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How do you price increased performance?

Both the employee and the business enjoy results after a Performance Improvement Coaching programme. The result we see from Performance Improvement Coaching is often that performance increases by 10 % or more. Besides having a positive effect on the bottom-line results, there is a positive rub-off effect on the soft issues like well-being at work and motivation.

From challenge to results
Performance Improvement Coaching could centre on the wish to achieve specific results and changes in behaviour because the employee does not live up to his own and the business' expectations. Career Coach accelerates this process and acts as professional mediator in the field of tension between the employee and the business.

Before the coaching process begins, the employee, the leader and the coach have together uncovered the needs, balanced expectations and set goals and milestones. During the coaching process itself, we and the employee define the job basis, formulate the problem and device a plan for how to reach goals and milestones. Career Coach follows up on milestones and facilitates the entire process by acting as coach, professional discussion partner, mentor and adviser.

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