Our Mission To guide and support leaders in creating a strengths focused Best Workplace environment through solutions that improve organizational effectiveness and create high engagement and high performing teams. A Best Workplace environment is one where people work daily in their A+ zone, trust the people they work for, take pride in what they do, and enjoy the people they work with.
About Mia Turpel
Executive leadership takes finesse—a framework of relational empowerment and know-how strategies that really work. Mia Turpel knows both.
Her one-on-one inspired approach to teaching, coaching and mentoring lift you to higher ground. She walks you through the process of “letting it go”—shifting your perception away from the blocks that mire clarity and muddle goals. Mia then takes you step-by-step to claim your high-performance presence through engaging your key strategic strengths.
Right attitudes. Well-defined boundaries. Conflict solutions. Mia shows how these concepts come together to form a collective heartbeat—synergistic engagement—moving you from stressed out to streamlined, a joyful workplace and heady success.
The founder of Performance Support Partners, LLC, Mia has valuable experience in executive coaching, business consulting, project management, and corporate-culture logistics. Her clients appreciate her ability to break major undertakings into manageable bite-size pieces as well as her ability to surface a client’s underlying “super powers”—those prewired gifts that, once nurtured, catapult leaders to success. Mia’s specialty is assisting individuals within a team at tagging their core strengths, fitting these strengths together in a synergistic “puzzle” of interdependence—then moving the team forward in open/honest communication, enhanced efficiency and effectiveness toward a desired goal.
About Janine Moon
Janine has many years experience in leadership, leader and organization development, executive and team coaching and C-level peer advisory groups. Janine provides leaders with tools that get to the bottom of employee resistance and low productivity, helping identify low engagement and define actions to jumpstart employee commitment. For organizations implementing succession plans, Janine coaches leadership teams toward shared generational values and leader behaviors that facilitate talent retention and development. One of five Master Certified Career Coaches in the country, she teaches in graduate and undergraduate psychology programs at Franklin University. Janine has published two books on career success in the 21st century: Career Ownership: Creating ‘Job Security’ in Any Economy and Career Partnering: A New Model for Today’s Talent. A runner for over 30 years, she continues to explore how human energy sources (physical, mental, emotional, spiritual) impact business and personal contribution and satisfaction.