Our WorkSmart coaches know how to work smart. All of our coaches have master’s degrees or higher, and most have experience working as educators or therapists. In other words, they've dedicated their professional lives to helping people learn, grow, and be their very best.
Experience in these fields means our coaches have had extensive opportunities to support development in all Executive Function areas. From planning challenges to attentional issues to stress management, our coaches have worked with a variety of learning styles and backgrounds to help others achieve success. Additionally, as experts in study skills, our coaches are poised to help adults who are taking classes toward degrees or other certifications.
WorkSmart coaches are trained in an evidence-based model of behavior change which means they’ll meet you where you’re at, working to tailor specific tools and techniques to help you meet your needs. With access to our growing database of over 375 apps and approaches, as well as engagement in ongoing professional development, our coaches are well-trained and well-equipped to support your skill development.
And while our WorkSmart coaches have extensive experience and expertise, an essential feature of our coaching team is compassion. Our coaches know that breaking unhelpful habits, building successful habits, trying out new tools, and improving your Executive Function skills takes time. And they know this because they, too, continually work to strengthen their own Executive Function capabilities. Knowing what it’s like to prioritize their own self-improvement makes them ideally suited to support you in that same endeavor. Our coaches know when to encourage, when to push, and when to pause and reflect with you so that the journey of improvement works best for you.
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