Corporate Coaching

Find success, achieve goals with help from the sidelines

By John F. Stanton
Published on May 23, 2013, 7:40am | Comments

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Co-workers are argumentative and resistant to change; management focuses only on the bottom line and has unrealistic expectations; communication and collaboration among co-workers is not clear and consistent; individual workers find family life and/or health is suffering due to overwork; or you are ready to move your business to the next level of achievement and need support.

Sullivan says the greatest challenge he's encountered when coaching his clients is the difficulty in striking the right balance between one's professional and personal lives.

''Many people find themselves on the fast track professionally, but running into a ditch in their personal relationships,'' says Sullivan. ''I help them to get back on course again and thrive.''

Winner of the 2012 NGLCC Chamber of the Year Award and ranked No. 18 for Local Chambers of Commerce in the Washington Business Journal's ''Book of Lists,'' the Chamber means Business. For more information, visit caglcc.org.

John F. Stanton, a CAGLCC member, is the president of SRP & Associates Inc., a strategic marketing and public relations firm in Northern Virginia.


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