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Virtual programs provide flexibility. The two deciding factors between what makes a coaching, consulting, or mentorship successful is 1) the facilitator and 2) the degree of commitment from the client. The modality that the program is delivered is entirely based upon the client’s preferences. In today’s technology-driven landscape, virtual programs are used more frequently than people may realize.
Sometimes the flexibility of a virtual program can mean the difference between wanting to commit or not. Since client commitment is a major factor in the equation of success, this is a huge benefit.
Studies show that remote employee’s level of productivity and effectiveness is up to 80% greater than those who are required to report to work at standard hours (Bailey & Kurland, 2002). We have found the same to be true. When our clients are able to conduct work in nontraditional hours, the commitment, attendance, and success levels are dramatically increased. Advantages include greater flexibility in programs, greatly reduces the ease of finding an excuse, and ease for those clients who are frequently traveling. Some of the other benefits include eliminated travel time (to and from appointments and/or weather related conditions) and cost effectiveness.
Since every situation is unique, we consider all factors involved before exploring the virtual route with a client. While the programs Association for Leadership Practitioners provide are just as rigorous when delivered online, not all clients are going to respond well to a virtual coaching agreement if self-motivation or other concerns (such as technology proficiency) is a factor.
On the other hand, for those clients who enjoy the flexibility and are fully committed to the process, a virtual program can prove to be far more effective than a traditional one. We offer leadership, executive, and team facilitation via our Online Learning Platform and facilitation programs are also tailored to meet each clients specific needs. For those who prefer a physical workbook to accompany the online platform, those are available, too.
The goal – the purpose, is to make the process easy to access. Easy to navigate. Because when we enjoy the process, we retain more. When we retain more, it’s far easier to implement. Common feedback from users is that information delivered is immediately applicable.
In addition to our facilitation programs designed for leaders and top executives, we also offer standard coaching, consulting, and trusted advisor relationships and programs via the online modality. Each program is also available via accelerated programs for those clients who would like to progress at a faster pace.
The virtual programs offered at Association for Leadership Practitioners contain the same principles, tools, and expertise found through our standard, residential programs (aka in person), but can be more cost effective than traditional programs. To learn more about our virtual programs and services, submit an inquiry and one of our facilitators, coaches, or consultants will schedule an introductory consult. Clients are eligible to transfer to the graduated membership program and participate in continuous guided group facilitation or peer-to-peer forums designed to enhance practice, skills, and sustain a competitive edge.
All programs and services adhere to a comprehensive perspective based on our trifecta model and weaving tailored application based on each client’s specific needs.
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Bailey, D. E., & Kurland, N. B. (2002). A review of telework research: findings, new directions, and lessons for the study of modern work. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 23(4).