Falls Church, VA – Executives in new roles often find they are not entirely clear about what their new responsibilities are and how their goals will change. Some of this is caused anxiety: will they be up for the new challenges? These individuals had been successful in their previous roles; now, suddenly, they’re holding back. So how do you help people move through change as it is unfolding all around them?
Dr. Sclafani is the president and founder of Change Management Associates International, a management consulting and executive coaching practice. As a coach, Dr. Sclafani works with individuals to improve their organizational performance by facilitating insight into their leadership behavior and style, clarifying purpose and enhancing the client’s ability to manage self and others in a changing organizational environment.
“It’s about helping people improve their level of emotional and social intelligence to move through change in a way that preserves their effectiveness or even enhances it,” says Dr. Sclafani.
Sclafani transitioned into coaching after a long career in executive leadership positions, though he says coaching has always been a component of his management style. With more than 30 years of experience in the planning and management of organizational change through individual and group coaching, Dr. Sclafani brings a unique perspective that links individual performance issues with larger organizational and social dynamics.
“I think I was just wired this way,” says Dr. Sclafani. “I grew up in a neighborhood with a large immigrant population. From an early age, I was exposed to aware of multiple perspectives. It was something I internalized and it’s become a big part of what I do and who I am.”
For more information on Change Management Associates, visit www.cmai-inc.net
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