Relationships are work.  Do you need a relationship coach?  Families in America are in crisis with a 50% divorce rate.  And, it’s been proven that strong, healthy company relationships results in a stronger company.  How do you improve both?

Let’s start with Business Relationship Coaching from better to worse.  Good business relationships contribute to the success of the entire organization.  A company with strong interpersonal relationships seems to be unstoppable.  They have that extra something; that secret sauce that no one seems to be able to define.  Poor working relationships can do the opposite, and slow up progress and sabotage any planned change within a company.  And, dysfunctional relationships amongst the upper echelon migrate into the fiber and culture of a company to bring it down.  If poor relationships can end a marriage, they certainly can destroy a company, or at least prevent it from having a fighting chance.  It’s rough out there!

Let’s talk briefly about what a relationship coach can do for your personal relationships.  Many couples don’t know where to turn when things sour.  They’re so emotionally trenched that they cannot objectively step out and look at the situation.  A relationship coach represents neutral territory and can help you achieve your personal goals.   You’ll be handed the “Perfect Relationship Manual” that you missed out on last time.  Relationship coaching can give your relationship a fighting chance….one that it didn’t have before.

So now you have an idea that Relationship Coaching can provide both business and personal relationships with the knowledge you need to take a step forward, with more confidence than before, and change your attitude towards your relationships.  Relations rarely improve when no one changes. Problems don’t go away with a big “poof” when you’re looking the other way.

Seek out a Relationship Coach to provide you with new tools, help you with a new attitude and way of thinking, and encourage you how to improve.  You can only change yourself, not the other person.  The first step is wanting to change.

Contact Dr. Linda Wiley for your company, organization, or personal relationships by visiting www.drlindawiley.com or calling 404-814-5259, or emailing drlinda@turningpointlg.com.

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