Corporate Solutions

People Management Strategy


Companies are shifting from the paradigm “For whom do you work” to “With whom do you work”. 

Changed environment drive 

leading organisations to 

reorient themselves and to focus 

on the changing People Management issues, considering Employees 

as the most important and ever-growing asset of the company. 

AMUZO helps companies to develop People Management Strategy, which allows employees feel empowered for their best performance and being connected to the organisation, stay engaged and motivated. 

Change Communication & Management


Most major change initiatives - whether intended to boost quality, improve culture, or reverse a corporate death spiral - generate only lukewarm results. 

Many fail miserably. Why? 

Because many managers 

approach transformation as an event, not as a process. Change advances through stages that build on each other. And it takes time and proper communication. 

AMUZO helps Managers & Leaders, who wants to accelerate the process, not to skip these stages and boost chances of a successful transformation. 

High-Performance Team Facilitation


High Performance Team Facilitation has helped teams and managers throughout the world to enhance innovation and strategic thinking.  

In order to create High Performance Team, we help our Clients in their Team alignments, which we achieve through a clear purpose, agreement on goals and actions, defining together company’s vision and mission, eliciting common values and ground rules.

Team Facilitation invites each team member to a dialogue, shifts them from competitiveness to mutual trust and respect.

Learning & Development Programs for Corporate Environment

Leadership Development


Does your Leadership style empower people for their best performance? 

Do they feel connected to the organisation, involved and motivated? Are your most promising talents employed in the most efficient way? How strong is your organisational culture?

Leadership style is not a function 

of personality, but strategic choice, which best addresses the demand of a particular situation. Managers often underestimate impact of organisational climate on the financial results, which can account for nearly a third of the financial performance. 

Coaching Employees


Current organisational reality shifts and Executives need to empower, engage and motivate employees to find or create their own solutions, instead of coming to the supervisor for a direct command, which leads to a micromanagement and 

kills employee initiative. 

Using “Coaching Employees” 

as a Leadership tool, it teaches management and team leaders to involve their people into true and meaningful collaboration, bring them to a resourceful state, where employees can embody their potential,  creativity and innovation. 

Emotional Intelligence


Emotional Intelligence Is 

the Other Kind of Smart. 

Emotional intelligence is the “something” in each of us that is a bit intangible. 

It affects how we manage 

behaviour, navigate social complexities, and make personal decisions that achieve positive results. It explains why people with average IQs outperform those with the highest IQs 70% of the time. Decades of research now point to Emotional Intelligence as the critical factor that sets star performers apart from the rest of the pack. 

Executive Coaching

Mindfulness & Productivity


 Ultimate goal of the Executive Clients is to create a value-focused organisation oriented to high performance. 

Rather than trying to constantly prioritise one thing over the other, they are asking how they are going to make the biggest difference to the organisation. Deep connection with personal values, Clarity and Mindfulness, prioritising Important versus Urgent, our clients are empowered to spot the gap in own efficiency. Coaching Sessions bring an improvement in our Clients’ productivity and overall life satisfaction.

Personal Development


Most common topics for Executive Coaching sessions are personal and professional development and soft skills acquisition. 

Just to name a few, they are time management, communication & negotiation skills, conflict resolutions, emotional intelligence or leadership style.

By discovering inner sources, individuals are being empowered to step up to the completely new territories, 

take more challenging tasks 

and achieve new pinnacles.

Goals Achievement


Coaching enables us to focus on the future and our true (real) goals rather than focusing on the past and problems. 

In the Executive sessions we 

help our Clients in their 

goals achievement throughout assisting them in promoting self-discovery, establishing realistic goals, assess available capabilities and resources, determining a course of action, and empowering

 them for achievement. We also hold our Clients accountable to their actions, results and successes. 

Make your coaching experience more productive

Many organisations are discovering the benefits of Business Coaching. Coaching helps high-functioning executives and their teams to bridge the gap to their next level of success. Coaching gives managers the opportunity to strengthen interpersonal communication within the team, review and improve own leadership or managerial skills, revaluate available resources and capabilities of the company . 

To make your coaching experience more productive:

• Be committed to your goals and vision. Take the time to examine what you want and need, and determine goals that are truly meaningful to you and your team right now. 

• Make a commitment to yourself to complete your action plan each week by experimenting with new approaches and behaviours, be open to new ideas and changes.

• Make your coaching sessions a priority in your schedule. Come to the session prepared with what you want to discuss. 


Schedule a DISCOVERY session to understand if it is a valuable collaboration. 

Efficiency, Quality and Ethics are taking top positions in my value list. Therefore I always invite my new Clients for a DISCOVERY complimentary session to enable them to understand how much of value he or she can take away from our communication, what kind of collaboration and support to expect throughout our mutual work, which results he or she may achieve during coaching sessions.  

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