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Coaching

Helping successful people become more successful is our hallmark. We coach people at all levels of the organization on changing perceptions and behaviors.

Unleashing Potential at all Levels

Executives

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High Potentials

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Managers

80% of those who received coaching report positive impacts in areas such as work performance, communication skills, productivity, well-being, and business management strategies (ATD, 2017).

Our ability to understand how organizations work, the challenges that  managers face, and how to make people more effective, coupled with our ability to translate observations into actions, make us great partners. Our extensive coaching experience has led us to develop an arsenal of solutions to assist in making things better. We work with private clients, individual clients within companies and many executives within the same company.

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Experience You Can Trust

An executive coach is the recurring difference-maker for people achieving  significantly higher levels of success. The adage – it’s lonely at the top – is true. This truth makes it difficult for leaders to have an accurate perspective on how others experience their leadership. Our CEO, Dr. Kimberly Janson, has coached hundreds of CEOs and thousands of senior leaders in over 40 companies worldwide. This experience helped develop her judgment and advisory skills. Coupled with robust assessment and diagnostic skills, Dr. Janson’s direct, no-nonsense approach has made her and our other coaches sought-after.

In addition to her work at Janson Associates, our CEO and founder, Dr. Janson coaches CEOs and executives in Harvard’s most prestigious programs and is often requested by these executives to continue to work with them after they have left the Harvard program.

 

Dr. Janson is a regular contributor of thought leadership articles to Forbes through the Forbes Coaching Council and to Boston Business Journal through their Leadership Trust.

"Kim emphasizes someone's strengths rather than compensate for weaknesses causing people to accelerate their effectiveness. She also worked incrementally, so I felt more powerful and successful over time."  

 

David Bailin - Chief Investment Office and Managing Director, Citi Private Bank