As a Human Resources professional, you face many challenges in your many roles.
At Seishindo, we understand the responsibilities you’ve been tasked with – and we’ll do our best to help.
Chances are you’re working to solve one or more of these challenges:
- A manager who treats people with disrespect.
- Employees who were succeeding … until they got promoted.
- Overwhelmed, stressed employees striving to find the time to do their core work.
- Teams that are struggling to communicate, collaborate, and actually work as a team.
- Budgets that force you to do more with less!
You know good coaching and training are a crucial part of developing your employees, and you know an outside perspective can be crucial for a solution oriented perspective on your current challenges .
But you’re not sure where to go, how to find the right coach or trainer, or how to develop a solid coaching and leadership program to help your key employees realize their fullest potential.
At Seishindo, my colleagues and I have decades of training and coaching experience, and we’ve helped hundreds of individuals and organizations overcome problems that initially seemed insurmountable.
No matter what your challenge, feel free to contact me, Charlie Badenhop, at any time. An initial strategy session is always complimentary, with no obligation – and you’ll receive concrete suggestions for actions you can take independently, or with our support.
If you’d like to learn more about how we might be able to help you…
- Schedule a complimentary strategy session with me, Charlie Badenhop. We’ll talk about your situation and discuss options and next steps. It will be a productive, useful session, with no “hard sell” – and with ideas for practical actions you can take as soon as we hang up. Just email me at email@example.com, and we’ll schedule time to talk.
- Sign up to receive the Seishindo white paper “The High Cost of Turnover.” This paper takes a detailed look at the full spectrum of costs involved when an organization loses an employee (instead of coaching them to improve) – and describes specific ways to improve employee retention.
- Read about others whom I’ve worked with on the Kudos page.
Charlie’s Partial Client List
I’ve consulted, coached, led seminars, and collaborated with the following companies and organizations:
Ajinomoto • Mattel Japan • Ericsson Japan • Toyota Motor Corporation • DoCoMo • The Gap
Japan Small Business Corporation • Thomson Consumer Electronics Japan • Roche Pharmaceutical
Barclays Bank • The American Chamber of Commerce in Japan • Morgan Stanley Japan
Ateneo de Manila University • The Manila Pavilion Hotel • The National Steel Corporation of The Philippines • Ayala Land
Novosibirsk Steel Corporation of Russia • Siberian Institute of Science and Technology • Various members of the Russian Duma.
The core services we offer:
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- Stress Management (Includes a no cost stress-management beginners program!)
- Coaching programs – in-house or individual
- Lower your risk and heighten your success when hiring
- Communication and relationship skills for greater collaboration
- Time Management
Human Resources professionals come face-to-face with the damaging results of stress on a daily basis. You know how it wreaks havoc on your people – and your organization’s bottom line.
And you know that stress and anxiety, just like the flu, are contagious. They spread quickly from one employee to another – and the costs are incredibly high.
As your organization suffers, you wind up with:
Lowered productivity and increasing errors, employee and customer turnover, escalating health insurance claims and costs.
As your people suffer they wind up with:
High blood pressure, depression, heart attacks, strokes, immune-system disorders, weight gain, loss of creativity and confidence … the list goes on!
To help your organization combat the effects of stress, I’m making the Seishindo Beginner’s Stress Management Program available free of charge.
Simply email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll schedule time to talk – and set up the program so your organization can start reaping the benefits of lower stress!
Talented, engaged, and collaborative professionals are the greatest strategic asset of any organization.
Research performed by groups such as the U.K.-based Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) shows that 96% of individuals receiving coaching experienced a positive impact on their performance – and 87% of the organizations involved reported a positive impact on productivity.
As described in detail in the Seishindo white paper “The High Cost of Employee Turnover,” it costs just 1/30th the amount of time and money to coach an employee as it does to hire and train someone new.
Your organization simply can’t afford to keep hiring new talent when you have skilled, experienced employees in-house who might just need some focused support to step into their full potential.
When your managers are taught to be skilled coaches, they help develop talent, increase employee loyalty, decrease turnover, and increase customer satisfaction – within their own team, and across the breadth and depth of the organization.
Significantly, this also deepens the available pool of skilled, engaged leaders for your organization to promote to senior positions – employees who are experienced with organizational policies and procedures, and ready to advance.
Seishindo coaching programs: in-house, or external
A Seishindo consultant can help you define, design, and implement a coaching program that produces the strategic, measurable, and time-sensitive results your organization needs to be successful.
In addition to providing experienced Seishindo coaches to work with your employees, we can also assist you in training your leaders to become skilled coaches themselves as they learn to…
- Experience each person as a unique, resourceful individual
- Understand the difference between someone’s behavior, and their positive intentions
- Listen first, ensuring understanding prior to responding
- Attack the problem, not the people
- Engage in challenging conversations that lead to better relationships, better performance, and deeper commitment
- Understand that every strength has its weakness, and every weakness has its strength
Coaching is proven to create quality results!
To explore coaching for your organization, contact me, Charlie Badenhop, at email@example.com, to schedule a complimentary strategy session.
Lower your risk, and heighten your success when hiring
Finding candidates skilled in the specialties you need isn’t always easy.
It’s even harder to truly know the people skills of your candidate and how they’ll fit into your organization!
Wouldn’t you like to greatly reduce the guesswork and risk when hiring? Wouldn’t you like to be able to confidently select employees who will support your mission and vision and fit into your organizational culture?
At Seishindo, we can help you design a screening and interview process that will ensure the people you hire will be a match for your organization. You’ll understand how your candidates think, and the beliefs that drive their behavior.
We guarantee your satisfaction and return our fee if you’re not fully satisfied. We can confidently make this offer because the system we follow has been shown to render a 96% satisfaction rate!
Contact me, Charlie, at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll schedule a confidential, complimentary session to talk about your current hiring practices – and get you started towards a more successful interview and hiring process.
Communication and Relationship Skills
Isn’t the real point of communication is to be in collaborative relationships with others?
In Seishindo’s Verbal Aikido program, your employees can learn to create strong avenues of communication that sustain teamwork and collaboration even in the face of apparent disagreement.
To learn more, visit the Verbal Aikido program description page.
Or email Charlie at email@example.com to schedule a complimentary call to discuss your organization’s needs.
Most professionals feel as if their work life is out of their control.
They’re inundated with emails, over-scheduled for “important” meetings, and generally overwhelmed with urgent (but not necessarily important) tasks that suck up all the time in their day.
Where and how can they find the time for the real work, the important, core tasks of their job?
Our Time Management program empowers people to get more done with less effort, deliver coordinated and streamlined results, and respond to change with strategic and tactical intelligence.
Read more at the Time Management program page – or email me, Charlie Badenhop, at charlie@@seishindo.org to talk further about time management needs for your organization.