EAP for Key Personnel
Overcoming life's challenges sometimes requires a helping hand
Human Resources specialists recognize that they do not have the in-house capabilities to handle some of the more consuming personal issues that surface for their key personnel. When life creates major hurdles, having someone who can provide a helping hand and a compassionate ear is most important. Our highly trained coaches and counselors truly listen and genuinely care. They will walk with the employee until their issues are resolved.
Within you lies a power greater than what lies before you.
Employee assistance has been proven to have a number of benefits. Your employees sense that the corporation really cares about their well-being and their future. After all, as much as we like to keep our personal and professional separate, they are inextricably woven together.
All communication is strictly confidential so the client has access to an outside, impartial sounding-board who can help them focus on the results they would like to achieve. Life strategies and problem-solving tools and techniques help them be in control and choose the responses they desire. Rapid Relief from Emotional Distress 1 is at their fingertips seven days a week, if necessary, since life doesn't happen in neatly arranged appointments. Just knowing they have someone in their corner reduces stress dramatically.
The benefit to the corporation is four-fold. It gains a renewed commitment from its people; the Human Resources department or the CEO gains a high degree of respect; the employee usually is very willing to share this experience with others, creating a trickle-down effect in the organization; and it is extremely cost-effective. Results are quickly seen and long-lasting.
If you think too much and fail to take action, fear makes its home within you.
Do you have people within your organization who are suffering from workplace stresses such as burnout, organizational restructuring, reduced staff or the ever-increasing pressures for more output, or higher targets? Often these individuals have made their work a priority and it is now affecting their health, their relationships and their overall functioning.
Or, do you have executives who are going through a personal crisis, such as illness of a loved one, caring for aging parents, or handling difficult teens, any of which can affect their job performance? These people are not accustomed to reaching out for support -- they have always been the strong ones.
Let us, at 20/20 Executive Coaching, help you help your people.
Coaching is done by regular telephone meetings, however, in-person coaching is provided on request. We are happy to provide you names and numbers of individuals who have experienced our coaching. Contact Us.
1. Gary Emery, Ph.D. and James Campbell, Rawson Associates, New York