Life Balance Process Chemistry between the client and candidate is the most important aspect when considering a position. We have developed a Life Balance Process to discover how to listen for that chemistry and in turn find out the degree that the candidate and client will honor each others values.
Our expertise in understanding job responsibilities and career goals for a position are clearly expressed to our client and candidate so they have a strong understanding of each others abilities and expectations before the first interview is scheduled and throughout the pulse of the interview process.
We ask both parties to approach an interview as if they are on a field trip rather then taking or giving a test. Interviews, as blind dates, are much better heard while on an adventure then listening from expectation.
We contend that chemistry is made of two parts:
“The Being” – How you feel being with the person(s) you meet? (comfortable or uncomfortable) This being is caused by how your Core Values are being honored in the conversation and identifying which are or are not.
“The Doing” – Can you live with each other? This doing is discovered by listening how each others Thought Process in the different responsibilities of the position respect each other.
When the chemistry is good we ask the candidate and client to discover if the corporate culture will honor enough of the candidate’s life, looking at the 8 areas that make up the balance in your life: Career, Money, Personal Health, Friends and Family, Significant Other, Personal Growth, Fun and Recreation, and Physical Environment (work and home).
Our listening skills, developed through our life coach training, assist both client and candidate to discover the answers for themselves as to whether their chemistry fit and working methodology are a good match for the position.
Using our techniques allow for well-grounded decisions to be made throughout the interview process, offer and acceptance, starting and transition, and long term development within an organizations corporate culture.