Your employee is struggling on the job. They used to be your star employee – at times outperforming others, surpassing quotas and charming customers to retain loyalty. Consequently, it is mysterious when things go south and you are left wondering what to do. You want the very best for your hard-working staff, and do not want to go through the cost associated with re-hiring and training. What are your best options?
Your Bottom Line:
Chances are you have employees who are impacted daily by ADHD issues resulting in lost productivity, insurance claims, and leaves of absence.1
Research reveals that 4.4% of adults suffer with ADHD and 10% or more with a learning disability or difference. Up to 85% of adults are untreated.2 By not taking action, you risk impact on your staff, your reputation and your bottom line.
We contract with organizations to partner with you and your valued employee(s) facing personal challenges, thus, impacting performance standards. Our approach blends the art and science of coaching with adult education methods and metrics.
The tangible results are:
- increase performance and efficiency
- improve team cohesion
- build from your employees’ strengths
- faster completion of projects
- increase in productivity
- improve employee retention
We design presentations specific to the needs of business owners and HR professionals covering important, up-to-date information. This includes: legislation, best practices from real-world scenarios
as well as information on disability and medical documentation. Creating accessibility plans in your workplace for you to effectively recruit, hire, train and retain talent whom reflects inclusive and diverse 21st Century labour market.
Why Hire US?
Duty to Accommodate:
Several laws protect people with disabilities in the workplace, including the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, and the Employment Equity Act, with more being written all the time. Accommodating your employees is legislation.
Return on Investment:
According to a study of Fortune 100 executives, “coaching resulted in a ROI of almost 6 times the program costs as well as a 77% improvement in relationships, 67% improvement in teamwork, 61% improvement in job satisfaction and 48% improvement in quality.”3 It’s no wonder wellness programs have experienced such tremendous growth over the past few years – it makes financial sense.
Coaching Benefits Everyone:
Coaching is as much a perk to your employees as other technologies, and they may see it as a value-added benefit of working there. Done right, workplace interventions of a professional coach can drive sales, employee engagement, creativity, workplace satisfaction, and financial results. By setting a standard within your organization, you retain your best employees and allow them to achieve their best, improving performance across the board.
“Despite achieving a high level of professional standing, I had hit a wall professionally and emotionally that could not allow me to move forward. Michelle’s observant and supportive perspective introduced me to various techniques through the entire coaching process by creating space for me to experiment with new methods, offering consistent follow-up and feedback in order for me to work on
my self-management skills.”
– Steven, Senior Manager
1 “Paying Attention to the Cost of ADHD …. The Price Paid by Canadian Families, Governments and Society” | CADDAC
2 “Harvard Study Suggests Significant Prevalence of ADHD Symptoms Among Adults” | National Institute of Mental Health
3 McGovern, et al. “Maximizing the Impact of Executive Coaching: Behavioral Change, Organizational Outcomes, and Return on Investment.” | Manchester Review, 2001