Charleston, South Carolina (PressExposure) January 16, 2007 -- Charleston, SC - Relationship Coach Glenn Cohen is offering a new series of exciting and innovative workshops for religious organizations, companies, and other groups through the educational branch of his coaching business, "I-TO-WE"â¢ Institute.
Cohen is the founder of "I-TO-WE" Relationship Coaching and the author of the highly acclaimed workbook The Journey from "I-TO-WE." Cohen says, "After talking with religious leaders, I learned that they are extremely busy and find themselves wishing they could minister to all the people who need it." Cohen designed his "I-TO-WE"â¢ Institute workshop series to fill the growing need for a time-effective, interactive, and widely applicable program for individuals and couples struggling to create more fulfilling relationships.
Cohen recognizes that the same skills, strategies, and techniques designed to promote healthy communication in personal relationships could be modified for use in corporate settings. He began to widen his focus toward empowering supervisors, employees, and corporate leaders in mastering more effective methods of communication, leading to enhanced teamwork, increased productivity, and improved employee morale.
When individuals carry negative energy from their personal relationships into their work environments, the result is often a significant decline in productivity, resourcefulness, and creativity, as well as a deterioration of employee relationships and morale. Cohen's workshops recognize the negative impact relationship stress can have on individuals in both personal and professional arenas.
What makes the "I-TO-WE"â¢ Institute workshop series so unique and effective is how broadly it covers the important issues commonly faced in relationships, all in an informal, empowering, and exciting setting. The workshop format allows individuals and committed couples to learn, practice, and perfect the skills and techniques necessary to enjoy healthy, peaceful communication and fulfilling, long-lasting relationships.