Good role management creates well-being
Support the development of management skills of supervisors
To ensure the supervisor’s development and well-being, it is important to also offer coaching on a personal level, where the supervisor learns to recognize their own thinking and action patterns under the guidance of an experienced organizational psychologist.
Mindy Management Support -coaching packages are built around key leadership skills. However, what is common to every coaching is that the predecessor gets
1. Researched information about modern management and management phenomena.
2. Understanding how to deal with these phenomena
3. A place to reflect on your own actions and their impact.
At the beginning of the coaching process, we identify together what is the most central management challenge in our case and ensure the selection of a suitable coaching package for our situation. The training is aimed at solving this challenge in a sustainable way.
Mindy Management Support -coaching strengthens leadership skills and supports the supervisor’s ability to cope – and provides the workplace with information about the stress factors of supervisor work.
Mindy Mind Care – what exactly is it?
What’s included in the Mindy Management Support -program
- The service always includes five training sessions for managers, a communication package, a kick-off webinar and data-based organizational sparring for HR/other key personnel
- You can easily use the service and supervisors can start training quickly
- For supervisors, using the service is effortless: booking appointments, homework and remote meetings are managed via the MyHeltti mobile application
- No initiation fee
Coaching based on a short therapeutic work sample five times with an experienced organizational psychologist.
In the trainings, the supervisor receives support for developing as a leader and for self-reliance.
For the Employer:
Organizational coaching with an organizational psychologist based on Mindy data every three months. Coaching helps to understand what kind of opportunities for success the supervisors have in the everyday life of the workplace and which work-related stress factors challenge their well-being.
Do you want to know more?
Contact Kaisa or book an appointment directly from Kaisa’s calendar.
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What people say about Mindy:
“I have participated in many pre-personnel trainings, but it was only in Mindy training that I understood why I always fail in certain situations. Mapping my own thinking patterns combined with observation exercises in leadership situations made me a significantly better team leader.”
“Our success is based on the creativity of our staff. We want everyone to take good care of their own thinking and action patterns. However, it does not matter with whom the mind is developed. High-quality mental care provided by a psychologist is our investment in growth.”
“It's hard to see up close. I really appreciate Mindy's organizational sparring, because it helps us to identify areas for development in our organizational culture.”
Mindy Mind Care
Coaching-programs for supervisors and managers
Mindy Supervisor and Management Support -programs are aimed for supervisors, team leaders and other employees working in managerial positions.
The trainings help to ventilate thoughts, deconstruct everyday situations and to develop as a leader.
The program includes five meetings with an experienced psychologist. The training is based on researched knowledge about modern management and management phenomena.
Better Team Play
Are you in a situation where you are more of a message bringer, work organizer and team mediator in your team than a supervisor? When the team’s group dynamics do not work or the team is just taking shape, the role of the leader is challenging. For the supervisor’s own ability to cope and the development of healthy team dynamics, it is important for the supervisor to receive support. During the five meetings, we look for ways to build team dynamics.
Succeed in the change
Does the managerial work in the midst of change make you think – while you are trying to adapt to the changes yourself, should you lead a team in the turmoil of change? Living in the midst of change and leading it at the same time is demanding, and it is worth searching for support while things aren’t too overwhelming. During five meetings, we will find ways to lead change together.
Do you feel that you are sometimes lost in the maze of your own leadership styles and your own development as a leader takes a backseat in the midst of everyday busyness? Leadership is often a lonely role where you don’t get much feedback. Recognizing your own leadership strengths and areas for development gives you confidence and moves you forward on your leadership path. During five meetings, we will together strengthen your leadership and management methods.
Courage to face conflicts
As a supervisor, do you encounter situations where you have to settle the inflamed gaps between team members? They are never easy situations and often burden even late into the evening. It is worth practicing the interpersonal skills of conflict resolution and prevention. During five meetings, we will find ways to identify and untie the team’s “knots” together
A more capable team
As a supervisor, do you have to intervene in underperformance or curb overperformance? The team’s everyday life is not balanced and the goals seem impossible to achieve? It is important to find a balanced team routine before it leads to overloads, free travel or starts to rub off on the team members. During five meetings, we look for ways to unleash the full potential of the team and its members.
Meet some of our Mindy coaches
I have a Master’s degree in Political Sciences (social psychology) and I’m a community dynamic work supervisor, Business Coach and coach who has completed the basics of short therapy. I have more than 20 years of experience in developing organizations and management, both in HR roles and as an external consultant. In addition, I myself have worked as a member of the management team and in a supervisory role.
I am a psychologist and BBA. In addition to my work as a psychologist and therapist, I have more than 10 years of experience in managing business and people. That’s why it’s natural for me to understand multidimensional situations from a wide range of different perspectives and, sparring together, find new guidelines for your life – towards better well-being. I adapt my work as required by the situation; sometimes you need presence and safety, sometimes you need challenge and strength.
I am a psychologist (PsM), work supervisor and organizational consultant. I have more than 10 years of experience in the reception work of a psychologist and I currently work as an organizational psychologist for several think tanks. I work in cooperation at all levels of the organization – individual, HR, supervisors, management teams.
I am a psychologist (PsM), occupational health psychologist and Business Coach. I have more than 20 years of experience in organizational development and executive coaching. I also have personal experience of front-line work in expert organizations.
Organizational Coaching helps to identify the root causes
Mindy’s mental health care includes organizational coaching every 3 months for HR management and/or other persons responsible for work ability and work productivity. Coaching’s goal is to use Mindy data to identify answers based on genuine employee understanding to the question:
What can an employer do to support mental well-being. The regularly recurring coaching and data analysis process ensures that the development is long-term and that the root causes are tackled in the workplace.
Information about individual coaching – information about action
- Psychologists observe work-related stress factors in individual coaching and record the findings in a database of more than 30 stress factors
- The load factors entered in the database are compiled for Mindy Organization Canvas. Canvas illustrates the real root causes of organizational-level phenomena that challenge coping
- In organizational coaching, the Canvas is reviewed, and together with an experienced organizational psychologist, the information is analyzed and what can be done in the workplace to support mental well-being
Do you want to know more about Mindy?
Send an offer request using the form or contact Kaisa directly
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