Imagine yourself going to work with one thing on your mind: you want to make a change. You’re determined and this passion drives you to go to work each and every day. As you tackle your new tasks for the day, you know that it will all lead to one thing that your department believes in: to be the life coaches in the organization in order to help improve the overall well-being of each employee and that’s what you keep in mind each and every day.

As you look at your tasks for the day, you know that as a Yogi, you must prepare for every coaching session you have -- after all, your primary role is to support your clients (who must not be names because of the confidentiality agreement!) and help them achieve their goals. This includes reviewing your client’s profile, filling out requests for pullouts, and track their productivity.

As a Yogi, you bring people from point A to point B and you’re able to do this by developing effective coaching plans wherein you can create an avenue to articulate their visions, goals, and ambitions. But it doesn’t end there, aside from collecting the necessary documentation to keep track of the client’s progress, you need to encourage them to stay committed to the process of personal and professional development. This includes being able to listen for their talents and talents as well as understanding those talents in order to help them improve their productivity and work performance. Apart from this, you need to able to ask powerful questions in order for your clients to anchor themselves to what is clear you need to be someone who can relate with them because let’s face it, if they can’t open up to you, how can you be able to help them achieve their goals?

So, do you have what it takes to become a Yogi?

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