Values-Based Coaching and Development for Sustainable Change

Beth Levin MA, OTR/L
Leadership, Performance
Development Coach

With her ability to creatively engage the BEST in people,
to facilitate new perspectives, breakthroughs and creativity,
leading to substantive changes in thinking and performing.

Neuro-Linquistic Programming Licensed Practitioner (NLP)

Contact Beth by EMAIL or Telephone (619) 977-5309


Leadership and Performance Coaching

With the speed of change and an overfull workload, keeping the right people engaged and developing is even more challenging.

Finding the right supportive coach who can inspire, while clearly focusing on performance, can spell the difference between success and failure. The right coach can develop a realistic plan that helps valued employees build the behavior, competency or relationship skills that they are needed for the future or are needing improvement.

As your leadership and performance coach, Beth will:

· Review performance expectations, performance evaluations and client history

· Meet with leadership to further assess the organizational culture, changes required and future needs

· Clarify the leadership challenges current and future and identify clear consequences for success and failure and consequences for levels of progress

· Identify additional stakeholders and appropriate methods to gather baseline evaluation from others

· Set up agreements on confidentiality and reporting.

· Meet with and perform intake with the client, then contract with the client for commitment

· Provide formal and informal assessment to the client

· Develop a client action plan for 30, 60 or 90 days

· Identify clear methods for client to access additional resources as needed

· Assist client in gaining accurate reality feedback on performance progress

· Discuss with client evaluation of progress and final report; share with leadership

What's really driving the boom in coaching, is this; as we move from 30 miles an hour to 70 to 120 to 180…as we go from driving straight down the road to making right turns and left turns to abandoning cars and getting on motorcycles…the whole game changes, and a lot of people are trying to keep up, learn how not to fall off." John Kotter, Author and Professor of Leadership,

Harvard Business School


Contact Beth by EMAIL or Telephone (619) 977-5309

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