Rachel Elkind is an executive coach, group facilitator, presenter and health coach located in New York City. She helps her clients achieve the positive results they want in their organizations as well as their families. She provides a structure to work more collaboratively and creatively to achieve desired results.
She helps her clients examine their impact as leaders, build capability where needed and learn techniques for managing conflict. She wants her clients to thrive at work, in life and have enough energy and time to give back to others. Her clients repesent a variety of industries, including technology, healthcare, banking, consulting, education, and entertainment.
Rachel received her Coach training through The Coaches Training Institute. She is a certified NLP practitioner and an administrator of the HBDI - Herrmann Brain Dominance Instrument and the MBTI- Myers Briggs Indicator. She received her Health Coach training from the Institute of Integrative Nutrition.
We will start with a 30-45 minute phone conversation which will help me understand the context of your work and your environment. We'll discuss your role, your experience in the company, what challenges you and your team face and what people or circumstances inspire you. We'll review what individual coaching and/or group training can do and if there is a good fit based on what results you want.
One-on-one coaching helps you develop the skills and confidence you need to meet the ever growing demands and challenges you face leading teams and managing change. How can you do this while trying to maintain work-life balance? We address all of this and more.
This program is for new teams, existing teams, and executive education groups. We get at the heart of how to lead with impact through dynamic discussions and activities. Topics include: increasing efficiency, improving creativity, accelerating connectedness, giving and receiving feedback, stress management, motivating others, and time-management. We look at how to create positive, productive and thriving environments.
These three assessments will help you learn a lot about how you and others approach tasks and conversations in very different or similar ways. This knowledge can help you increase understanding and collaboration and reduce conflict. It is helpful when building teams, examining expectations, making decisions and planning for the future.
This is a highly interactive session focusing on awareness, insight, perspective changing and flexibility. Participants will be given photographic assignments to learn how their unique perspectives influence both personal and work interactions. The visual results will help illuminate individual thought processes and teach ways to quickly shift perspectives when needed.
Discussions are unique to you and address sleep, exercise, stress reduction, food consumption, relaxation and physical challenges.
Depending on what you want and when you want it, a blend of different types of sessions will make the most sense. Let's discuss the types of positive change YOU want.