Keep Your Resolutions with Coaching

January 04, 2018

Approximately half of all American’s make New Year’s Resolutions. About 8% keep them!

Did you make a resolution? If you would like to beat the odds, the American Psychological Association (APA) offers tips for keeping your resolutions. In addition to starting small are recommendations to talk about your goals and ask others for support.

Whether it is for the new year or not, sharing goals with someone else – having a professional coach and confidential thinking partner – can help you change, grow, and achieve your goals. According to The Bridgespan Group, working with a coach may be a good idea “whenever you want to grow as a leader.” Bridgespan offers this article to help decide if a coach might be right for you, and how to make the most of a coaching relationship.

Mary Davis Hamlin, CNE’s Senior Consultant and Leadership Coach, can work with you on seeing new possibilities and ways of thinking, creating the context for self-directed learning, and taking positive actions. With over 20 years of experience, she offers her coaching expertise to current and aspiring leaders looking for clear, incisive, and compassionate guidance in all aspects of personal and professional development.

As we celebrate the New Year, we want to help you develop your professional and leadership skills and are excited to offer discounted coaching packages of five sessions for $350. Contact Mary Davis with questions or to schedule sessions.