Our Workforce Coaches are trained professionals with years of experience helping individuals achieve economic freedom and self-sufficiency. They are employment coaches, financial coaches, life coaches.
Most importantly, they understand your workforce and the unique challenges frontline workers face every day, and they can complement the knowledge and skills of your managers, supervisors and human resources professionals.
Our coaches will be at your jobsite at least one day per week, and they will be available to meet one-on-one with any of your frontline workers. An employee may seek out the Workforce Coach, or they may be referred by a supervisor or HR staff.
Once a connection is made, the coach and employee will create a personalized development plan that can address a wide range of issues, such as:
And Much More
As the employee’s life becomes more stable, the coach shifts to a proactive approach, focusing on the passions that inspire your employee and the skills he or she needs to pursue that inspiration. The goal is for each employee to not only survive within your workforce but thrive and advance, helping you maintain a pipeline of talent.
Whenever necessary, our coaches will connect your employees to additional services, either through the staff at Cincinnati Works or through partnerships with other non-profit organizations. Through it all, our coaches work in concert with your supervisors and HR staff, not in competition with them. We want all of your employees to feel valued and empowered on the job.
What Employees Can Expect
Everyone can use a good coach. We can provide one for you.
Our Workforce Coaches are trained professionals whose impact reaches beyond the jobsite. They are financial coaches, career coaches, life coaches. They provide ongoing, confidential services – at no cost to the employees.
When your employer invests in Workforce Connection, a Workforce Coach will spend time at the jobsite at least one day per week and will be available for confidential one-on-one meetings. You may reach out directly to the coach to schedule a meeting or you may be referred to the coach by a supervisor, manager or human resources professional. Once a connection is made, you and your coach will work together to create a personalized development plan.
The first step is to understand and overcome the roadblocks you are facing, which may include:
And Much More
Depending on your circumstances and your career goals, your coach may refer you to additional services through Cincinnati Works or other partner organizations. Through it all, your Workforce Coach will meet with you regularly to pursue your personal development plan.
For some, that means detailed financial coaching: budgeting, saving, repairing or applying for credit, even free tax-return preparation. For others, it means continuing education or a professional certification.