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Transform Your Experience At Work

with 3 Good Things

Values + Strengths + Emotional Intelligence

PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR A THRIVING CAREER: Private + Workplace Coaching

Let’s Build Your

Thriving Career

On Good Things.”

You have a lot of good things going for you already.

And I bet you haven’t stopped and given yourself credit for what you’ve achieved so far. But you should! 

So, stop for a moment and appreciate the good things in your life because of your ambition, determination and smarts. You made those things happen (with likely a lot of help and support along the way).

And more good things are yet to come.

But you’re here, and that means something isn’t quite right at work.
You’re looking for ways to make it better.

You might also be here because you are a manager and leader. You recognize the benefits of personal development and are curious about how 3 Good Things will help your Middle Managers, Supervisors and Team Leads thrive in their roles and lead their teams more effectively.

You’re invited to keep reading to get more insights on 3 Good Things or click here to go to the Workplace Coaching page.

We’ll get to those 3 Good Things in a second, but first


Let’s Get To The Heart of What’s Happening At Work.


Does this sound familiar?

what's complicated about work

You enjoy leading a team,

but you also take direction from your boss(es). It’s complicated and tricky to navigate being in the middle.

Juggling and managing

conflicting demands, priorities and expectations uses up a lot of your energy and brain power.

So many different personalities!

Peers, your team, bosses and customers all need different things from you (sometimes all at the same time).

When you’re in the thick of it at work and you only have time

to be reactive instead of proactive, it becomes easy to lose track of

yourself.

That’s what leads to missed opportunities, frustration, exhaustion, anxiety and stress.

And I know you didn’t come this far to settle for that. There’s a better way.

values, strengths and emotional intelligence personal developmentt superpowers

3 Good Things Are Your Personal Development Superpowers.

When put into practice?

They’ll transform your experience at work.

Here’s How…

Arrow pointing to how 3 Good Things will transform your experience at work.

1
Values

Align your personal and career values. Work in a way that matters to you and make a positive impact in your role.

Tool: Values Clarification Workbook

How It Helps You At Work
  • You’ll lead with integrity as well as with more clarity because you have a strong compass to guide you.
  • That will help you make good decisions when faced with conflicting information.
  • And help you prioritize your work and that of your team which makes for a calmer environment.
  • And when work is chaotic, will help you stay grounded because you can focus on what’s important in the moment.

2
Strengths

Identify and expand your unique talents and abilities. Feel empowered and engaged in your work.

Tool: CliftonStrengths 34 Assessment

How It Helps You At Work
  • You’ll stop undervaluing yourself and comparing yourself to others.
  • You have unique abilities only you bring to the table. We’ll identify them so you can use and expand them.
  • You’ll take more risks (the good kind) because you know you have the ability to achieve more.
  • You’ll have more energy and be more engaged because you are applying your natural talents to do your job well.
  • The things you’re not as good at won’t seem so daunting because you know the things you are good at.
  • Ripple effect – you’ll encourage others to use their strengths. You’ll help create more engagement and capacity in your team.

3
Emotional Intelligence

Manage yourself better. Build quality relationships for greater productivity, happiness and peace of mind.

Tool: EQ-i 2.0 Emotional Intelligence Assessment

How It Helps You At Work
  • Knowing how you feel, what your triggers are and how your behaviour impacts others allows you to choose a better response.
  • Helps you move from being reactive to proactive.
  • Staying calm when experiencing varying emotions helps your stress tolerance.
  • Finding the good in a situation and moving towards solutions instead of fixating on what’s not working encourages more optimism.
  • Managing and resolving conflicts means issues don’t escalate.
  • Having an open mind, appreciating differing perspectives and acknowledging your biases fosters innovation, creativity and inclusion.

And Here’s How To Make It Happen

This way to Personal Development Coaching

Private

Coaching

Take the Next Step Private Coaching

Personal Development Coaching + support. Build your 3 Good Things during a difficult time or turning point in your career to take charge of your experience at work and explore your options.

1:1 regular sessions + email coaching between sessions. If you like to write it out or often have additional thoughts/questions after you’ve had time to think, this is perfect for you.

Workplace

Coaching

Thriving in the middle Workplace Coaching

You’re a manager, leader or business owner who recognizes potential in your Middle Managers, Supervisors & Team Leads. You’re ready to help them Thrive In the Middle with a focus on their personal development.

1:1 regular sessions + email coaching + coaching/mentoring session so newfound skills/knowledge will extend further into your organization.

While working with Kim for over two years, I found a partner and colleague who listened first, provided profound insight and supported her team during a time of incredible change. Kim was always a calming and stable influence for staff, qualities that bring huge benefits to her relationships as a Personal Development Coach.

Cathy Freer-Leszczynski
Department Head , Central and Branches, Regina Public Library

Kim has an ability to foster the best in people and identify an individual’s strengths and opportunities for their growth and development. She is fantastic at building relationships and passionate about coaching other leaders to do the same.

Donna Deiana
Manager of Volunteer Services and Engagement, Human Resources, Regina Exhibition Association

Personal Development Is My Area of Expertise

Hi, I’m Kimberly (Kim) Hall. I’m a Personal Development Coach passionate about helping people build and maintain thriving careers. I was a supervisor at a public library for 20 years and it was a challenging, complicated and ever-changing environment that inspired my career as a coach.

I focus on 1:1 coaching. You’ll show up as your authentic self, without distractions, in an environment that encourages and supports your growth. My only agenda is to help you reach your potential and enjoy career success that’s meaningful to you. That’s also how you make a positive impact at work.

Read about my own personal development experience here.

| Strategic | Ideation | Input | Empathy | Maximizer |

(Those are my Top 5 Strengths. Let’s discover yours.)

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We’ll Work Together To Transform Your Career

Book a call or send me a message to get started.

Did you know? A dragonfly symbolizes new beginnings and change as well as transformation, self-realization, emotional maturity, and adaptability.

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