For-Profit Organizations: (Based on organizational request)
Non-Profit Organizations: (Based on organizational request)
Individual Coaching/Tutorials: (Examples: habits, nutrition, exercise)
Seminars: (Examples: stress reduction, self-talk, the power of how we think)
Speeches: (Any of the topics or combination of topics from my books, this website or of the suggestions for further research in What’s Most Important?)
Training: (ex. Problem solving, critical thinking, decision-making)
Book Sales: “Your Choices, Your Life” and “What’s Most Important?” (Bulk purchases of books can be discounted and books can be included as part of speeches, training, etc.)
Business Coaching is quite possibly the most effective way to motivate and improve the productivity of a person, department, or entire company. Hiring an outside, unbiased, professional business coach can increase sales and productivity tremendously. I have worked with businesses throughout the Phoenix Metro area and around the world. My long life and career have led to a level of success for which I contribute to five factors. These five factors can be taught to anyone, in any size group. My business coaching will connect with your staff on a personal level which will not only motivate, but will inspire and drive. I almost always have a follow-up session weeks after the engagement to evaluate the effectiveness of the recommendations and their implementations. If you need to increase the productivity in your workplace, or feel you could use personal coaching to increase sales or production at work, then call me today to take the first step towards a better and more successful future.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT FOR BILL SVOBODA
His two books, Your Choices, Your Life and What’s Most Important? The 5 Factors for Living an Intelligent Life were Dr. William Svoboda’s source of content for his five-week facilitation at the World Academy for the Future of Women. He provided seminars, action labs, coaching, and open forums for 100 university women and men immersed in this action designed leadership program on the Sias International University campus in Xinzheng, China. His straight forward and action specific principles were clear and directly applicable to the students who are preparing to be leaders in addressing the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals in their World Academy projects. Practical and powerful, these core values and skills transcend cultural complexity. They cut to the heart of core personal and world issues that impact physical and mental health, financial security, critical thinking, problem solving, and responsibility to others, the environment and ourselves. Thanks to Bill’s writing, teaching, and engagement these new leaders will be sustainable and successful in their purpose to accelerate women’s leadership worldwide.
Jerrie Ueberele, Founder and CEO
World Academy for the Future of Women