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The Lindenberger Group Discusses the Benefits of Coaching and Leadership in the Workplace in Recent Blog Post

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Updated 7:00 AM CDT, Wed, October 18,2017

Titusville, NJ -- (ReleaseWire) -- 10/18/2017 -- Experts in the field of human resources, The Lindenberger Group has been assisting Mercer County, and all of PA, leveraging their decades of experience. As consultants, they've aided organizations from a range of industries, helping them build upon their strengths, budgets, and synergies. Customized to each client, they offer flexible and affordable HR audits, and trainings, as well as other services. Most recently, The Lindenberger Group discussed some of the benefits of their executive coaching and leadership programs, as adapted to the modern workplace, in one of their most recent blog posts.

When an organization has access to executive coaching, it shows itself in the quality of the discourse between leaders and team members. Given a professional, and external lens of their organization, leaders grow in their self-awareness, learn skills that help them identify problems, and generally see an increase in their productivity. Usually, executive coaching is conducted one on one, under the guidance of a trained leadership coach. Coaches address potential improvement—extending to all employee and coworker interactions.

Chiefly speaking, executive coaching encompasses five primary focuses which are emotional intelligence, identifying priorities, communicating, external perspectives, and healthy financial returns. By cultivating their emotional intelligence, leaders gain an understanding into their own emotions and those of their colleagues. Coaching allows self-awareness to blossom, affecting how employees and leaders react and respond to one another in the workplace. Secondly, The Lindenberger Group mentions prioritization of one's daily responsibilities. By maximizing an organization's own resources, company morale raises as a whole. Coaches concentrate on reflexive and active listening as well. To learn more about the five primary focuses, please also read The Lindenberger Group's blog here.

Ultimately, any organization that values a positive ROI, and an external perspective, should contact The Lindenberger Group. Leaders in human resources and executive coaching, they serve clients in the Philadelphia area, and nationwide. Any interested parties are invited to call The Lindenberger Group at 609-730-1049.

About The Lindenberger Group
Since 2001, The Lindenberger Group has been helping small businesses, non-profits, and Fortune 500 companies, taking on projects that can range from a few hours to even several years. They work to solve routine to complex issues, specializing in Human Resources consulting, training, and coaching.

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