Your key talent are your future. Retaining your best people requires a high degree of thought for their development. No longer are your 'stars' prepared to sit and wait for an opportunity to come their way. They are proactive, dynamic and always on the lookout for their next move. It's what makes them your key talent.
Their development requires specialist attention. Bespoke solutions in the form of Executive Coaching provides an individual tailored approach to the development of your key talent. An intense, focussed, one-to-one development programme can ensure the best use of resources, pinpointing specific actions, offering direct feedback and challenging attitudes, knowledge and behaviour. We also offer a bespoke CV critiquing process to help you springboard into your next role.
As an accredited Emotional Intelligence Quotient (EQi) and Personal Profile Analysis (PPA) provider/assessor, we are able to use the most cutting-edge tools when it comes to your self awareness and growth. Being able emotionally intelligent is one of the most important skills any leader can develop and unlike your IQ, you can keep on developing your ability to be in-tune with others, building effective professional relationships. Understanding your behavioural work preferences and how these may alter under pressure is the starting point to learning how to adapt your work and communication style to achieve outstanding results.
VASA has a proven track record in highly successful Executive Coaching at very senior levels in complex co-located, multi-cultural organisations. Take a look at our Testimonials to see what our clients say about us.
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Vicky and I worked together to design and deliver communications training for team managers. Vicky created an innovative workshop which engaged managers to take more accountability for ensuring that their teams had the required information to do their jobs effectively and to create more of a two-way process where employees could feed in ideas for service improvements. Following the training there was greater engagement with the changes supporting the programme to achieve its targets.
K O'Halloran Senior L&D Consultant, Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea