On November 11th, Avidity International celebrated not only the inauguration of a new office space but also marked the momentous launch of avidAcademy—a space for knowledge, innovation, collaboration, and community building. The event brimmed with excitement, forging connections and sparking ideas that will undoubtedly shape the future of learning within our walls. The avidAcademy launch proved to be an incredible success, and our heartfelt thanks extend to the fantastic guests who joined us—families and friends alike. Your vibrant energy made the event truly unforgettable. Thank you to everyone who supported us, your cheers as we unveiled our new workspace and center of excellence for leadership and coaching mean the world to us. Your signatures, marking this milestone, will be forever etched in Avidity’s history.
We would like to express our gratitude to Jabil for the opportunity to facilitate the 21st Century Leader Program alongside Jabil’s leaders and people managers.
We are impressed to have ignited this new enthusiasm among the participants to become contemporary and emerging leaders. We believe that they will thrive and, at the same time, become the best versions of themselves moving forward; personally, and professionally.
The People Empowered Through Applied Coaching (PEAC) Program has been conducted for close to 400 leaders in 65 cities and 9 different countries.
Establishing a coaching culture and assisting Leaders in applying and making the coaching approach a primary leadership philosophy are our program’s primary objectives. We intend to challenge current management approaches and empower organizations’ team members by utilizing practical applied coaching techniques that can be used in daily operations.
Sumba, a small island in eastern Indonesia, is one of the poorest regions of the country. Plenty of families live in adversities and the opportunities to attain a better life are rather narrow.
Sumba Hospitality Foundation is an organization that aims to provide young Sumbanese the opportunity of vocational education in hopes to equip them with the right skills and increase their employment opportunities. They believe that all young people deserve the chance to grow and have the option of a better life.
Leadership in the current corporate landscape has changed significantly and one factor affecting our current workforce is the widening scope of multiple generations.
What we need to understand is that each generation is different and they are unique in their own ways – the way they communicate, learn, and even their preferences in how their contributions are recognized differ from one another.
Coaching is a versatile and contemporary approach that you can utilize to manage your team. It paves a way towards an independent and empowered team that can function even beyond your supervision.
Even so, jumping into coaching can be a daunting task to take on.
How do you know if you are doing the right thing? Where do you even begin?
We are proud to announce that we have successfully conducted talks that involved professional speaker-coaches to help spread coaching and its applications in a corporate working environment to a wider audience.
Thank you to Silke Cramer for parting your knowledge on Positive Psychology and Strengths-Based Coaching during the talk.
Positive and constructive work culture is important for employees’ GROWTH and motivation. Whether we admit it or not, lots of organizations are ignoring their people’s emotive-based needs resulting in poor mental health. There must be a sense of urgency to do something about it for the organization and your people to grow or risk the possibility of losing your talents.
Leaders are encouraged to have an emotive-based engagement with a mixture of coaching techniques to avoid a toxic environment in their organizations. Questions like “What do you feel are the right things to do in order for you to move forward and be more confident?”, “What are you happy about despite the situation?” and “Which goal would give you the most sense of satisfaction?” can be used to check on your team’s well-being, feelings and thoughts about their current situation in the organization. Encouraging your team to voice their emotive needs and letting them have a say in the organization will create a resilient team and a positive work culture in a long run.
In our current professional work environment, leaders need to be able to make instant adjustments.
Disrupting the old ways of working to navigate businesses and operations immediately into a hybrid virtual model is crucial for business sustainability.