Pivotal the Facilitators

INTERNATIONALLY acclaimed Sheryl Smail’s forte may lie in facilitation, but those skills give her the tools to provide so much more for businesses and their employees.

Her executive coaching is proving to be popular and successful.

“Coaching elite sports-people is well accepted, however that thought-pattern often doesn’t flow into the world of business,” says Sheryl.

“Yet business is such a turbulent and unpredictable environment and research shows that organisational and people resilience is the key to success in this environment. Coaching provides managers flexible and focused support to achieve this resilience.”

Sheryl coaches executives, business owners, governance boards and aspiring leaders. She is particularly passionate about the value coaching has for people who are transitioning from technical expert to effective team leader.

Sheryl runs a highly-successful Pivotal Senior Executive Forum. Limited to 14 people the forum comprises five one-day sessions with an executive coaching option.

The next forum series starts mid-year. Last year she and Gisborne District Council won a prestigious International Association of Facilitators’ Gold Facilitation Impact Award for the Wainui Beach Erosion Management Strategy.

In May Sheryl will present to an international forum on engaging effectively with multiple stakeholders.

Pivotal
Adair Building, Level 1, 100 Grey Street, Gisborne
www.pivotal4u.com
Contact: + 64 6 863 2930

INTERNATIONALLY acclaimed Sheryl Smail’s forte may lie in facilitation, but those skills give her the tools to provide so much more for businesses and their employees.

Her executive coaching is proving to be popular and successful.

“Coaching elite sports-people is well accepted, however that thought-pattern often doesn’t flow into the world of business,” says Sheryl.

“Yet business is such a turbulent and unpredictable environment and research shows that organisational and people resilience is the key to success in this environment. Coaching provides managers flexible and focused support to achieve this resilience.”

Sheryl coaches executives, business owners, governance boards and aspiring leaders. She is particularly passionate about the value coaching has for people who are transitioning from technical expert to effective team leader.

Sheryl runs a highly-successful Pivotal Senior Executive Forum. Limited to 14 people the forum comprises five one-day sessions with an executive coaching option.

The next forum series starts mid-year. Last year she and Gisborne District Council won a prestigious International Association of Facilitators’ Gold Facilitation Impact Award for the Wainui Beach Erosion Management Strategy.

In May Sheryl will present to an international forum on engaging effectively with multiple stakeholders.

Pivotal
Adair Building, Level 1, 100 Grey Street, Gisborne
www.pivotal4u.com
Contact: + 64 6 863 2930

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