Targeting: The Clarity Program

Service description: You receive four sessions that will help you clarify the best career targets for you and one session to consider next steps.

You Clarity Coach is a qualified FocalPoint Business Coach who will guide your through the sessions that are generally one hour in length and conducted by telephone with supporting documentation provided via email.

Specific deliverables include:

  • DISC Behavioral Assessment
  • DISC Debrief Session
  • Diamond Map Assessment
  • Diamond Map Debrief Session
  • Personal Strategic Plan
  • Personal Strategic Plan Session
  • Complimentary, no-obligation Wealth Review with Stifel of St. Louis (a $2,500 value)
  • Clarity Program Debrief Session / Next Steps

Testimonial

My Clarity Coach, Greg Emslie, was excellent. He was helpful in explaining each exercise, its purpose and the intended results. When I became unsure as to how to proceed in a few situations Greg was able to coach me through and help me reach a position of better understanding. I would recommend the Clarity Program to others and also Greg Emslie as coach.

— Emmett N. – July 2018

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