Our Founder and Director

Krissy Jackson Executive Coach and Trainer
Krissy Jackson Executive Coach and Trainer

Krissy has more than 10 years professional, executive leadership coaching experience and has provided coaching, consulting and training all over Europe, She specializes in Communication Competence in leadership development and providing team-building programs for international organizations.

“Krissy has a wonderful way of getting to the root of what’s troubling you. She’s highly supportive, and her enthusiasm cannot help but rub off on you, to make you want to achieve more than you thought possible.”
Clare Evans

Communication Competence in the Workplace

We have taken our extensive coaching experience working within diverse international organizations addressing the issues surrounding interpersonal communication in the workplace and created a workshop that will enable you to elevate your communication and negotiation competencies to the next level.

Further you will strengthen your professional and personal relationships as you gain insights into your own preferences and communication style and learn how to interact more effectively with others.

Tall Trees, Executive Coaching, Consulting and Training

We offer professional coaching - executive coaching, leadership coaching, business coaching, career coaching, personal coaching, team coaching and team workshops, in Zurich, Zug, Lucerne, Basil and Geneva, Switzerland.

Head office:

Oberneuhofstr. 5
6340 Baar,
Canton Zug,
Switzerland

Ph: (+41) 55 534 6090
Email: Sarah at sarah.taylor(-)talltrees.ch

People quit their boss, not their job

leaving a bad job

4 Keys to attracting and retaining the best and brightest

A popular belief is that the primary reason people quit their jobs is because of pay. Not so according to a Gallup poll of more than one million employed U.S. Workers. A bad boss or supervisor is the number one reason people leave due to the environment their boss creates and how they feel they’ve been treated.

Stop and take stock of your organization. Are people eager to get up and go to work every day? Do they find themselves performing meaningful work? Are they an active contributor to the success of the organization? If so, congratulations. Chances are your managers and leaders ‘get it’, and the work environment attracts and retains good people. But, if you’re not quite so fortunate, here’s where to focus:

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About the Author:

A Credentialed ICF Professional Certified Coach (PCC) with nine years experience and a Licensed Insights Discovery practitioner. Krissy specializes in Leadership Coaching and Team Communication Competence training.