Any organisation—whether it is a corporation, government department, or an NGO—that prioritises peak performance must make sure the entire team is in-sync emotionally. Both managers and employees thrive best in a stable working environment, where they genuinely believe their organisation values them. When the working culture isn’t functioning, however, it’s hard for insiders, who are immersed in this environment daily, to assess the problems accurately. This is when an outside professional is essential in diagnosing challenges faced by the organisation, and subsequently developing strategies to create the ideal conditions that allow everyone to perform their best.
Mental Health Trainings
Q & A
Q: Frankie, what sets Simple Life apart from other corporate coaches and counsellors?
A: Many large training programs work on a template for their clients — a one size fits all method. Here at Simple Life, I believe corporate trainings are more effective if they are specifically tailored for the company and the personnel.
Q: How does Simple Life go about customising training and counselling programmes?
A: I talk to both top executives and frontline staff, and listen carefully to their concerns, whether it’s explicit or implied. Only by engaging the people can you hope to effect genuine change; too often, corporate training programmes focus on structural issues and neglect the role of human relationships. Psychology and emotions are a potent force that must be reckoned with, and that’s as true in a corporate setting as it is with families and couples.
Q: What other services does Simple Life offer to corporate clients?
A: Functional training is equally vital to optimizing company performance. My psychology training, combined with years of corporate management experience, enables Simple Life to provide effective coaching in leadership, customer service, change management, and other aspects of corporate management.