A coach’s job is to help their clients develop and maintain their Interpersonal Wellness success.  “I am not responsible for this conflict”.  “He made me mad” These are some of the comments I hear from clients with numerous interpersonal infractions.  As an Interpersonal Wellness Professional, we are expected to know how to help our clients examine their actions and relate their actions to the consequences they are facing or are about to face.

Too often our clients are unaware of the impact or consequences of their actions.  Little thought is given to their behaviour and how it might impact their working relationships, opportunities for promotion or future in their organizations. How do you help clients relate their actions to consequences? Is there a tool or method that works best for you? I find that the Interpersonal Wellness Quotient (IWQ) help clients to quickly and efficiently make the connection, as well as help their organizations decide where to spend their training dollars.

About the author

Joyce Odidison is a true pioneer in the world of workplace wellness and coaching. With over 26 years of experience as a Master Certified Coach, Conflict Analyst, and Professional Trainer, Joyce has dedicated her career to helping teams and organizations improve their interpersonal dynamics and achieve success. As the President & CEO of Interpersonal Wellness Services Inc., host of the Global Workplace Wellness Summit, and What's Happening at Work podcast, she's a recognized community leader and mentor, committed to empowering people to develop their skills and reach their full potential. Whether you're looking to build a culture of well-being, improve team dynamics, or develop your leadership skills, or gain world-class coach training, Joyce has the knowledge, expertise, and passion to help you create positive change and achieve success.

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