Our Synergy Coaching team has coached executives from such companies as MasterCard Canada, IMS Health, Canada Post, Domtar, Pepsi, American Express, Waste Management, Merck Frosst, Electrolux Group, First Data International, Standish Mellon, PSL/Nuvis and Pfizer Canada, among many others.
Start realizing the lion’s share of your full career potential.
In business as in sports and entertainment, the most exceptional performers in the world got where they are today with great coaching and mentoring. Coaching services are now used in 62% of North American organizations. The majority of coached managers said that the process yielded a return of at least 5.7 times the initial investment.
Real-life solutions to real-life issues
Formal training programs are often lengthy, impersonal and not issue specific. Focusing entirely on your goals, career and workplace, Synergy Career Coaching is an investment in a purpose-driven, results-oriented development activity that empowers professionals like you with solutions, vision, motivation, strategic action plans, awareness and renewed purpose.
How it works
Synergy Coaching sessions are usually one to two hours in length, but we can customize the process to suit your needs. We offer our coaching by phone as well as in-person. Synergy Coaching can be purchased by the hour, in blocks and in monthly retainer plans. You can bank any coaching hours that you purchase and use them at any time within a 12-month period.
Most Synergy Coaching clients allocate their one-on-one coaching sessions to areas such as leadership development, evaluating career options, career benchmarking (assessing the value of what they have done vis a vis the current market), career planning, work/life balance, job search methodology, networking, interview techniques, compensation, negotiation, and offer strategies/management.
Is Synergy Coaching right for you?
The most popular reasons why clients have invested in Synergy Coaching over the years:
- Felt overwhelmed by day-to-day details and spent too much time on low-value activities
- Felt capable of higher levels of performance but restrained from reaching them
- Needed strategic communications/branding strategy and tools to tactfully achieve objectives
- Working too much “in” my career and not enough “on” my career
- Exploring career direction and what else is out there given specific experience/skill set
- Working too hard without adequate compensation
- Did not have the resources and time to properly plan career direction alone
- Needed an objective review of what’s working and what’s not career-wise
- Wanted to benefit from focused personal/professional development