SOAR is a dynamic leadership development program where leaders learn to cultivate new thinking skills, change behaviors, and generate powerful results. SOAR enables individuals and organizations to 1) improve communications and relationships, 2) reduce stress, increase happiness and improve overall state of mind, 3) build stronger teams & increase emotional intelligence, 4) strengthen capacity to learn from mistakes, adapt and innovate. Based on the work by Chalmers Brothers' "Language & the Pursuit of Happiness," SOAR opens doors to game-changing improvements in employee engagement, individual and organizational growth and productivity across cultures. The learning and development that occurs through SOAR has impacted individuals’ lives professionally and personally, while producing Program Features SOAR includes 10 interactive, experiential half-day modules, the use of Accountability Groups, and a combination of group and individual coaching. This combination of components creates an ongoing rhythm of inward reflection and outward application. Accountability Groups: Accountability Groups typically consist of 3 people, and are constructed with input from organizational sponsors. Groups meet between sessions to discuss progress toward goals and how to best apply new learning. Program Modules: Each program module is held approximately 4-6 weeks apart, allowing participants to engage in reflective learning, self-observation, group conversations, and ongoing leadership application and practice. Individual Coaching: Each program participant receives one individual coaching session between program modules. Individual coaching Return on Investment Our people make it all happen. SOAR empowers leaders to take responsibility for shifting into more powerful and positive states of mind. SOAR also provides a forum for rich, authentic conversations, from which stronger, healthier and more meaningful relationships emerge. Positive mindsets and relationships come before strong results. These fundamental shifts impact not only individuals but the “ripples” they create, wherever they go and whatever they do, both today and extending into the future.