Leadership Coaching for Rindge, NH area businesses and non-profits
We are helping leaders in Rindge, NH improve their managment style, become better at prioritizing, reduce stress and become more overall emotionally intelligent.
Jeff Saari, CEO of Jeff Saari Coaching, founded his company 2007. His enthusiastic passion and life purpose is to support leadership and cultural excellence in businesses and organizations. He works with leaders to achieve a maximum level of emotional intelligence to share with their organizations. Jeff teaches communication and meeting facilitation skills, practices one-on-one and group coaching, and leads organizational retreats.
We work to improve your personal managment skills on a long term basis!
We specialize in Improving the following: employee performance and commitment, communication, being on purpose, collaboration, role clarity, getting the right things done, self-mastery, and dealing with fear and frustration
Please call Jeff saari at 603-762-4866 with any questions about his coaching.
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Bullying in the workplace
Bullying is another negative team behavior that occurs in the workplace: Being aggressive towards others via threats, insults, intimidation, humiliation or yelling. All behavior has a purpose; the purpose of bullying is to communicate dissatisfaction with a result, or can be a result of a clash of values, personalities, beliefs or resources. Bullying is an attempt to get power at another person’s expense so the bully can feel in control; it is a power play. Most employees will take it, especially if it comes from the boss or manager, because of a fear that they can’t stand up for themselves, will lose their job, be demoted or lose pay. The bully feels justified in being angry and aggressive because the recipient made the mistake, missed a deadline, seems weak or whatever the situation is. “Why wouldn’t I be angry?” is the refrain. Bullying in the workplace (and other negative behaviors) is so prevalent that the Workplace Bullying Institute formed to tackle this major issue in organizations. Individual, social and economic impacts are explored on its website, www.workplacebullying.org, as well as tips, research, training, strategies and resources for dealing with workplace bullying.
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about Rindge, NH
Rindge, NH is a town in Cheshire County, New Hampshire, United States. The population was 6,014 at the 2010 census. Rindge is home to Franklin Pierce University, the Cathedral of the Pines, and part of Annett State Forest.
Native American inhabitants: The land in and around Rindge was originally inhabited by ancestors of the Abenaki tribe of Native Americans. Archeological evidence from nearby Swanzey indicates that the region was inhabited as much as 11,000 years ago (coinciding with the end of the last glacial period). As much as half of the Western Abenakis were victims of a wave of epidemics that coincided with the arrival of Europeans in the late 16th and early 17th centuries. Later, many of the Western Abenaki present in southwestern New Hampshire chose to relocate to Canada during Colonial times, primarily due to their allegiance with the French during the French and Indian Wars.
According to the United States Census Bureau, the town has a total area of 40.0 square miles (104 km2), of which 37.2 sq mi (96 km2) is land and 2.8 sq mi (7.3 km2) is water, comprising 6.93% of the town. Rindge is located in a hilly upland lake region. Hubbard Pond is in the northeast, Contoocook Lake on the northern boundary, Pearly Lake is in the northwest, and Lake Monomonac is on the southern boundary. The town is located on a regional watershed divide and is the headwaters for two river systems.
The Contoocook River flows north to the Merrimack River, thence to the Gulf of Maine, and the North Branch of the Millers River flows southwest to the Connecticut River, thence to Long Island Sound. Rindge's highest point is on its eastern border, on the lower slopes of Pratt Mountain, where the elevation reaches 1,505 feet (459 m) above sea level.
Rindge is home to the villages of Rindge Center, East Rindge, Converseville, and West Rindge. The town is crossed by U.S. Route 202 and New Hampshire Route 119.