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Boom Media Global, Inc. is committed to creating a culture of coaching

Boom Media Global, Inc. is committed to creating a culture of coaching

Boom Media Global, Inc. is passionate about education and development, and they are committed to creating a culture of coaching to help their employees achieve their goals and reach their full potential.

Information technology firm, IBM found that when its employees lacked career support and advancement opportunities, they were 12 times more likely to find work elsewhere. At Boom Media Global, Inc. they are dedicated to creating a culture of education and coaching to help increase employee satisfaction and loyalty. CEO Edwin Jacques is a passionate business coach and mentor. He relishes the opportunity to help the firm’s workforce expand their knowledge and skill-set, providing them with all the necessary attributes for success.

An IBM Smarter Workforce study looked at the best-performing companies and worst performing companies to see if skills played a role in performance. They found that 84% of employees in Best Performing Organizations are receiving the training they need.  Boom Media Global, Inc. run weekly motivational and educational workshops and seminars, designed to help their workforce up-skill. Mr Jacques believes that many companies fail to provide employees with the necessary training to help them excel.

The outsourced sales and marketing firm have revealed how they implement their culture of coaching.

  1. Onboarding

The Academy of Management Journal found that when a company’s team and leaders supported new employees, they had a more positive outlook on their jobs and, as a result, worked harder. From day one, employees at Boom Media Global, Inc. receive on-going support and guidance from a personal mentor, as well as having access to weekly workshops and seminars, and attending industry conferences. They will undergo both client and in-house training before being signed off to work on a campaign.

  1. Create a training program

According to a report by PwC 35% of millennials surveyed said that they considered career training and development as one of the most desirable benefits a company can offer. With millennials, the largest generation in the US workforce, making up 35%, companies need to cater to their wants and needs to grow their talent pool. Boom Media Global, Inc. has a unique business development program, designed to take employees from entry-level through to a management position within twelve months. The program offers a structured career path. With development based entirely on individual merit, individuals learn and progress at their own pace and receive bespoke coaching and mentoring.

  1. Allow employees to teach each other

At Boom Media Global, Inc. they believe that one of the best ways to learn is to teach someone else. The outsourced sales and marketing firm encourage their employees to teach and train each other. “Every morning we spend an hour on coaching. Our employees spend time on pitch practice and product knowledge. Practice makes perfect and being able to offer constructive criticism; they are helping each other to learn, grow and develop,” commented Mr Jacques.

Boom Media Global, Inc. is a young, fresh and dynamic outsourced sales and marketing firm based in West Palm Beach, Florida. Led by a passionate business coach and mentor, the firm is proud to offer a culture of coaching, helping their employees to achieve their goals and reach their potential.

 

Sources:

https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/300904

https://www-03.ibm.com/services/learning/pdfs/IBMTraining-TheValueofTraining.pdf

http://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2018/04/11/millennials-largest-generation-us-labor-force/