coaching that moves you forward

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our approach

coaches of all kinds do two things really well:

 

  1. observe and listen to their clients to understand what they need, and

  2. know which tool from their vast toolbox will best improve the necessary skills

 

Sesh’s artificial intelligence excels at both of these

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Sesh’s AI

  • listens,

  • observes and

  • understands people

 

as it identifies individual challenges and opportunities for skill improvement, it

  • gives advice,

  • teaches techniques,

  • facilitates practice, and

  • focuses effort

like any good coach, Sesh gets to know a person better by asking questions, listening to stories, and observing work

as Sesh learns about you, the recommendations become more and more personalized

our methodology

our methods come from decades of in-person professional and executive coaching used across many industries, from startups to fortune 100 companies

 

Sesh distilled these methods using principles of educational neuroscience to adapt them to online learning. our continuously learning artificial intelligence uses these coaching principles:

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do what works for you

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learn by doing

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pursue change

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do what works

one size does not fit all. each person faces different challenges in their communication. people need different methods to change habits. individuals require different inputs to transform new facts into knowledge

 

the key lies in finding out what works for you. do more of what works and less of what does not

 

by telling stories, answering questions, uploading conversations and practicing presentations, our artificial intelligence helps you learn what works for you and what does not, so you get better where you need to and don’t waste time on things that you don’t need

 

changing habits requires changing mindset. often people find changing their mind difficult to do directly, so we apply techniques to build habits

 

applying a new technique is a tactical and easy thing to do. as we start to apply the technique over and over with immediate benefit, our mindset changes without realizing it

pursue change

all rational fear comes down to a fear of the unknown. fear of the unknown often translates into a fear of change. improving abilities relies on overcoming the fear of change

 

we face fear head on. instead of learning to welcome change we recommend learning to pursue it

 

Sesh helps to change your mind, change your habits, and change your mindset. this opens up opportunities, helps us achieve goals, and ultimately, live a balanced life

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coaching vs training

many people use online video courses to learn nowadays. this is a great mechanism for quick answers and learning broad overviews. However studies show that learners forget 60% of what they learn after 3 months, and up to 80% after 6 months

 

Sesh uses coaching methods instead, which explore what each individual needs, and how they learn, to help transfer new techniques that sink deeply into the brain, forming new habits, and creating positive transformation

 

coaching beats video learning hands down for learning soft skills and leadership, always

personal coach for everyone

executive coaches cost a lot of money. some charge as much as $1500 per session. Sesh provides a personal ai-coach, available any day, anytime for a fraction of the cost

each individual in any team, in all organizations, deserves the same opportunities for improvement as any executive. the stronger the individuals, the stronger the team

the importance of skill building

constant improvement of personal abilities unlocks potential; new job opportunities and personal paths to success open up

traditionally people focus on hard skills, however, research shows that companies hire and promote based on candidate's ability to navigate problems, inspire others, and reach high productivity

these attributes require a range of human skills which Sesh offers

 

examples of human skills (“soft skills”) include active listening, empathy, patience. how to have difficult conversations, increasing mental toughness, and how to have effective conversations, among others

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“Hard skills are the skills I need to do my job, and human skills are the skills I need to be a better human being”

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human skills are critical to your professional and personal success. while hard skills indicate your experience and understanding of a measurable ability, human skills indicate the impact you will have on an organization and the people around you

 

in fact 97% percent of employers surveyed said that soft skills were either as important or more important than hard skills

 

yet 46% of new employees fail within 18 months

 

and of those 46%, 89% fail because of a lack of soft skills, such as professionalism or the ability to get along with others

 

what’s more, the Wall Street Journal found that:

89% of executives said they have a “very” or “somewhat” difficult time finding employees with those soft skills

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