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Connecting The Dots From Transition to Reality through Professional Coaching

Progressive Synergy Coaching & Consulting Group serve as your trusted and dynamic partner in developing and motivating leaders to achieve results both personally and professionally. We coach clients experiencing change and transition who are looking to effectively grow their businesses and personal lives, make better decisions and achieve better results. We connect purpose and passion to people and processes.

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Core Energy Coaching - Leadership Development

The process utilizes different degrees and variations of assessments to bring forth awareness and understanding of self-power and energy potential.

•  Providing thought leadership tailored to specific business and personal needs.
•  Providing individual and team coaching in areas of transition such as team effectiveness, communication, leadership responsibilities, strategic thinking, planning and work life balance.
•  Providing guidance, feedback, and support with new roles and significant assignments.

The Power of Energy

“Your brain works significantly better at positive than at negative, neutral or stressed. Every single business and educational outcome improves when we start at positive rather than waiting for a future success. Sales improve 37% cross-industry, productivity by 31%, you’re 40% more likely to receive a promotion, nearly 10 times more engaged at work, live longer, get better grades, your symptoms are less acute, and much more.”

Shawn Achor, CEO of Good Think Inc.

Your Journey

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“You have to trust that the dots will somehow connect in your future. You have to trust in something — your gut, destiny, life, karma, whatever. Because believing that the dots will connect down the road will give you the confidence to follow your heart…”

Steve Jobs, CEO of Apple Computer and of Pixar Animation Studios, on June 12, 2005.