Creating high-performing people and teams
Through coaching, keynotes, training, and consulting, we’d love to partner with you to invest in your teams and leaders to get Thoughtfully Fit and achieve the success you’re looking for by:
High-performing teams don’t just happen. We help teams to thoughtfully design how they want to work together and get prepared for both the highs and lows that every team goes through.
Communication is vital for the success of any team. Learn how to have tough conversations and communicate in a productive way within your organization.
From the new manager to the seasoned C-suite leader, we provide the training, resources and support to meet goals, develop skills, and build confidence.
The highest performing teams tackle conflict head on in a thoughtful way. If your team is avoiding difficult issues, engaging in toxic behaviors, or anywhere in between, we can help create a healthy culture with full engagement.
What Is Sabotaging Your Success?
In her book, Thoughtfully Fit: Your Training Plan for Life & Business Success, Darcy outlines each of these hurdles and specific strategies to overcome them—so you can be successful, personally and professionally.
What is your biggest hurdle? Take the Thoughtfully Fit quiz and find out!
About Darcy Luoma
We are people problem experts. Darcy Luoma Coaching & Consulting creates high-performing people and teams by clearing the hurdles—and people problems—that get in the way of peak performance. We’ve been in business since 2013 and have worked in forty-eight industries with more than five hundred organizations. The work we’ve done has impacted tens of thousands. There isn’t a people problem we haven’t seen. Our elite team of professional, certified coaches and consultants is diverse and passionate about our mission.
Everything is grounded in our signature model, Thoughtfully FitⓇ, which was developed by Darcy Luoma after extensive research and thousands of hours working with clients. It’s a training plan to address the top six hurdles that get in the way of being high performing.
Sincere appreciation of others necessarily begins with being still and developing an internal practice of gratitude. It’s not just another thing on our todo list!
Get clear on your expectations of your employees and communicate them. If an employee goes above and beyond, that’s great, but it’s also ok for an employee to just do what’s expected of them.
Coaches are great at guiding you and keeping you accountable, but you’re going to have to take the lead in doing the work.