Compassion@Work is a remarkable collection of insights from 18 leading HR and OD experts, across multiple industries and professional roles. And it’s a must-read for any leader looking to achieve more by putting humanity back into the workplace.
Carole Stizza shines in Chapter 14! Using a coach approach, she offers insights in to what each of us, individually, can do to influence the success of Compassion@Work.
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“I am so happy that I have decided to use the services of a professional interview coach like yourself, despite all the discouragement I got from my friends who claimed that there would be nothing new I would get from it and it would be just a waste of time and money.”
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“Your coaching helped me learn an effective approach to interviewing and I gained a new found level of confidence. All things considered, given how long it had been since interviewing and the salary and job responsibility for which I was looking, I required more than just standard prep with the usual interview
questions. I needed a different approach and the confidence to go for it, both of which I got from just a
couple of sessions with you. Not only did I gain clarity in my goals, but I gained the confidence to go for
it. I had already worked hard to achieve the position and status, I just lacked the compensation.”
“Carole has been amazing to work with. Over the course of our coaching sessions, she has learned a lot about my business and me, personally. She helped me quantify what I was trying to achieve with my business and created measurable action items so that I could assess my progress towards my goal in multiple ways. She has been insightful, patient, and persistent. I highly recommend her to anyone looking for guidance.”
“In our first coaching session, Carole helped me gain clarity on my reason for being in business which I was having trouble articulating. From there, she continued to ask me questions that made me think. It helped me discover what was really important to me. She took my broad ideas and broke them down into actionable items. This way I have “to dos” rather than simply hoping for things to happen on their own. Carole is excellent in understanding her client’s perspective!”
“I’m new to life coaching but I believe it would vary person to person. Regardless of your goals, I think it is nice having someone to not only bounce ideas off of but to also kind of having someone there to hold you accountable. It wasn’t a scary as I thought it was going to be but has been more painful and hard work than I thought. I feel like I have the tools and the “Carole” voice inside of me to work through some of the issues that I previously thought were impossible. Above all, I’ve learned to be flexible. What you think you’re goals are in the beginning of your life coaching sessions are most likely not your goals as you progress through your session. Dedicating 1 hour per week to discuss the latest events, issues, and successes allows you to come through the fog to see a clearer picture of what your true goals are.”
“I believe my success hinged on the communication skills I learned in the sessions (with Carole).”
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