Local Professional Integrates Psychotherapy, Executive Coaching and Business Trainings

October 14, 2013

This month marks the second year of Brad Kerschensteiner’s second Miami Beach office in which he integrates psychotherapy, Executive Coaching and business training services.

(PRWEB) October 14, 2013

Local professional integrates psychotherapy, executive coaching and business training in Miami. This month marks the second year of Brad Kerschensteiner’s second Miami Beach office in which he integrates psychotherapy, Executive Coaching and business training services. Brad has been practicing psychotherapy for almost ten years in both San Francisco and Miami. He has served as the primary therapist for the renowned integrative medical office at Canyon Ranch Miami Beach for the past five years. “Traditional psychotherapy is not for everyone especially for the busy executive. Improving leadership, work performance, and managing stress are more immediate concerns for this clientele and that I address with my Executive Coaching services and team training's.”

Brad is an expert in the Enneagram personality system which describes nine motivational styles that directly impact one’s leadership and work performance. Brad helps executives learn to leverage the strengths of their personality style as well as improve their blind-spots. “Most personality typologies focus on surface level personality traits and don’t address the underlying motivational drivers that explain these traits. For business leaders to make sustainable changes in their behavior and work performance and it is critical for them to understand their core motivational style. This is exactly what I help them do with Executive Coaching” states Brad Kerschensteiner.

Brad offers dynamic business training services as well as high-impact team training's in Leadership Development, Stress Management and Burnout Prevention, and improving Emotional Intelligence. He is commonly hired by businesses and organizations to facilitate such training's that help improve the bottom-line, work performance and team cohesion. Paula Miller of SMG Worldwide states, "Brad Kerschensteiner was retained by SMG to deliver a presentation on the Enneagram System and the nine identified personality profiles to the sales and marketing leadership for SMG’s convention center division. SMG is the world’s largest private venue management company for convention centers, arenas, exhibition halls, and is currently managing 227 buildings. Brad delivered an engaging and thought provoking presentation on the Enneagram’s nine different personality types. Each leader left with new skills in for managing, developing and coaching their sales teams. Brad is a calm, kind and compassionate trainer who is open to questions and is non-judgmental of everyone. He is an intelligent and engaging instructor and can customize his presentation for any level of management."

Coaching and training services have global reach and Brad’s Executive Coaching and Training services expand beyond his practice in Miami, Florida and into diverse cultural and economic settings abroad. He is commonly hired by prestigious business organizations like Young Presidents Organization where he will facilitate intensive seminars on Leadership Development, Stress Management, and Mastering the Change Process. He has trained groups and teams not only in the United States but also in Nigeria, Curacao, Cuba and Switzerland adapting his approach and teaching style to different cultural and economic contexts. He plans to provide services to regions such as Africa and Latin America which often have limited or no educational and training resources on these topics. He frequently does follow up sessions via Skype. “I maintain a strong base in Miami but recognize the need and demand for these services on a global scale. I plan to continue challenging myself as a practitioner and facilitator and reach across geographic borders to help as much as I can,” states Brad.

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