NORWICH – Breakthrough! Consulting & Coaching announced today the opening of offices in the Eaton Center located at 19 Eaton Ave in the City of Norwich.
Owned and operated by Dr. Jane A. Coddington, Breakthrough! offers management consultation and executive coaching services based in positive psychology and designed to maximize productivity, profitability and potential. Positive psychology is the scientific study of what enables individuals and communities to thrive. Coddington has a doctorate in Industrial/Organizational Psychology, in addition to a long and successful background as a nonprofit executive.
“Breakthrough! is the realization of many years of study and hard work. I’ve designed my consulting and coaching practice to share my knowledge and expertise as it relates to the enhancement of business performance in an increasingly demanding environment,” Coddington explained.
The services offered by Breakthrough! include executive and leadership coaching, training, team development, performance improvement and employee retention, strategic planning, Appreciative Inquiry, and creativity and innovation. Consultation and executive coaching services are entirely strength-based and tailored exclusively to meet the needs of particular clients. Coddington currently works with organizations and individuals regionally and throughout upstate New York.
“Jane Coddington not only brought humor and fun to our corporate meeting, she changed the way we think about what it means to be a leader and helped us to best hone each of our personalities and skill sets to better our leadership abilities. Her workshop has benefited our entire company,” Nicki Briggs, Director of Communications, Agro-Farma.
“We have placed descriptions for all our services on our website and will be sharing more details, upcoming events and resource information in our blog and newsletter,” said Coddington.
The launch of Breakthrough! was funded in part by the Chenango County Microenterprise Grant Program. The program offers small business training courses, and the opportunity for grant funds to microenterprises that create new jobs for low-and moderate-income residents of Chenango County. The program is administered by the Development Chenango Corporation.
For more information about Breakthrough! Consulting & Coaching contact Dr. Coddington at 336-4644, firstname.lastname@example.org, or www.breakthrough2thriving.com.