Employee Engagement has been the biggest benefit that I witnessed after working with Figiel Coaching. The quality time and training Tom spent with each manager has positively impacted our engagement survey scores. Multiple managers have expressed a sense of confidence and excitement rather than tepidness; which in turn has facilitated a shorter transition for all employees […]
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As a mid-level manager, I have to manage both up and down. I not only have people that I have to supervise but clients and projects that I need to manage. Tom provides me the tools to put my thoughts into actionable, linear, clear steps and hold myself accountable for my own initiatives. Jennifer Kramer […]
My coach, Tom, helped me build the confidence and courage needed to have positive impacts in my role as a leader. Tom motivated me to create and follow through with a simple developmental action plan that helped reshape my behaviors in a constructive way. Tom possesses a unique ability to use his experience, coaching expertise, leadership […]
I was frustrated and would react angrily towards my peers and staff. Working with Tom Figiel as my coach was a huge eye opener as I discovered how to communicate more effectively and developed better behaviors to effectively manage my team. I appreciate that my employer valued me enough to provide me this coaching.
April 13, 2016 One of the biggest complaints that business owners bring to me is their managers’ lack of big picture thinking. They are frustrated that their managers are not delegating or training staff and are often too critical of others. These destructive managerial behaviors can splinter any team and prove costly to the organization […]
March 3, 2016 Do you let the little things get to you? If you pass someone in the office and they don’t say hello, does it bother you? If someone asks you to repeat yourself because they weren’t listening – do you get frustrated? I’ve had clients who admit things like this bother them all […]
February 17, 2016 When someone successfully transitions from an individual contributor role to a managerial role, one of the first ideas they must embrace is that their needs are no longer the most important. The needs of direct reports become most important. As successful managers can attest, the new job is to drive the outcomes […]
February 3, 2016 Imagine you could do what brings you the most happiness and deep satisfaction, be with all the people that bring you joy, and use your talents to their fullest. What a great life! You would be doing what is most important to you or, in other words, living out your values. It […]
January 6, 2016 In the corporate setting, leaders are often appointed the position of managing one or more people on a team. Typically, they’ve earned the position by displaying some level of capabilities in the leadership realm. Can, however, these appointed leaders automatically assume that their team will follow them because of their rank? Consider […]
December 16, 2015 I regularly blog on the hot topics I encounter while coaching managers, but it occurred to me that I have never really answered the question I get most when first meeting executives. People often ask me what I do, how I do it and how it brings value to an organization. Simply […]