Corporate Coaching


Less Stressed Employees Impact the Bottom Line

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U.S. companies lose $300 billion each year as a result of job stress associated with absenteeism, diminished productivity, employee turnover and direct medical, legal and insurance fees. Source: The American Institute for Stress

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Quinn is a passionate and educated speaker

Nancy Maldonado, M.S. Community Health Director
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I have had the pleasure of working with Quinn in my capacity as Community Health Director for the San Diego division of the American Heart Association and American Stroke Association. I often receive requests for educational presentations and lunch and learns and am fortunate to be able to count on Quinn to represent the AHA/ASA. Quinn is a passionate and educated speaker and volunteer and I am honored to work with her.”

Wellness is a critical component to the ongoing success of an organization – happy employees equal happy customers.

  • Well-treated customers result in a 5% reduction in customer defection translating into a 30% to 85% increase in corporate profitability. Source: Harvard Business Review study by Reichheld & Sasser
  • Companies that focus on worker well-being have “more than twice the earnings per share and more than twice the rate of stock appreciation compared to the average Standard & Poor’s 500 company. Source: Robert Levering’s book, “The 100 Best Companies to Work for in America”

As a life coach and former human resources professional for many years, I found most wellness programs are focused on improving employees’ physical wellbeing, but they do not account for the mental and emotional side of wellness.

For example, having access to a gym and massage are helpful, but without a trusted resource to help address underlying stress, behaviors remain unchanged and stress continues to have a negative impact.

My programs are designed to help organizations address these gaps. I work with you to determine your company’s wellness goals and design a custom program to address your needs.

WELLNESS PROGRAMS: 

The Work-Life Balance Project
Each month employees work through key concepts focused on creating and maintaining better balance in their lives. The program is designed to engage employees by giving them a roadmap to stay accountable and achieve their wellness goals in the core areas of – Self Care, Stress, Time Management, Personal Growth and Habits.

Lead with Wellbeing
Leaders are the gateway to a healthier, happier and more productive workforce. In this program, leaders learn how to identify signs of burnt out, address the most common causes of stress and lead by example.

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  POPULAR WELLNESS TALKS:

  • Mindfulness
  • Time Management
  • Sustaining Healthy Habits
  • Stress Management

    Professional Development Coaching




POPULAR TOPICS:

  • Effective Communication
  • Self Leadership
  • Emotional Intelligence
  • Performance Management
  • Leadership Development
  • Time Management
  • Additional topics available

Quinn – Thank you SO much for coming out and doing awesome trainings for us!! You really did a fabulous job. Employees thought the trainings were very “dynamic, engaging, useful, effective,” and a place where they felt comfortable sharing ideas. Great job!”

– Amy Witten, Human Resources

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