The focus of our coaching and training is to help clients adjust to change, strengthen
leadership skills, achieve personal and professional objectives, stretch and fulfill
their potential, strengthen their relationships, manage conflict, gain a sense of
balance, and reach their peak of success.
These objectives can be achieved through personal or executive coaching, and on-site
or open-enrollment trainings.
The workshops & individual sessions are results oriented, have lasting learning AND
use researched, effective tools
Many of our workshops increase effectiveness, productivity, retention, & performance
The workshops and individual sessions create a map that builds effective relationships,
resolves conflict, embraces diversity and increases accountability to reach goals
Both coaching and training Increase levels of accomplishment, fulfillment, purpose
With Peak Strategies, people increase their awareness of self & others, which allows
people to achieve difficult goals
The workshops and individual or group sessions increase effective communication,
which leads to enhanced personal & professional relationships
We partner with clients to help them make better decisions which align with their
values, purpose, and desires
Clients will learn to successfully adjust to change and transition
Gwynne Dawdy is enthusiastic, positive, and genuine which promotes an atmosphere
for learning, producing, and success
We develop people skills
The skills apply to all areas of life: work, home, and friends
One study by a Fortune 500 Firm, Pyramid Resource Group and MetrixGlobal LLC found
that coaching produced a 529% return of investment and benefits to the Fortune 500
“In a recent study, training alone improved leadership skills by 22%. When combined
with Executive Coaching, improvement jumps to 77%." Fortune Magazine
Another study researched the executive coaching effects in a public sector municipal
agency. One of the results noted that “Most importantly, training, when augmented
with coaching, yielded productivity increases almost four times the level achieved
by training alone (88 percent.).” Public Personnel Management, Winter, 1997.
“New England region of Met Life…had boosted sales by nearly 60%. Bradford attributes
her unorthodox approach and her uncommon results to a secret weapon: her executive
coach” So You’re a Player. Do You Need a Coach? Fortune Magazine, 2000.
A case study reported one hospital’s take on coaching, “Having somebody from the
outside come in to coach people was valuable. I was skeptical at first about how
well this could work. But I found it worked very well. We got our money’s worth”
A Hospital’s Cure for Management Headaches: An Executive Coaching Case Study. Training
& Development, 1994, 48 (2).