Powered by Me360, SNP Skill Sprints take 1:1 coaching to the next level. We dedicate 3 sessions to 1 skill and 1 skill only. With this approach, employees get to learn, practice, self-reflect, and receive feedback to break bad habits and build successful ones.
With 30 years of experience working with leaders from around the world, we’ve curated the set of skills required to motivate, inspire, and drive business impact. To hold your employees more accountable to these skills, we’ve partnered with Me360. Their coaching platform allows coaches to better assess, train, and reinforce skill development.
The Me360 app brings skill training and reinforcement together. On it, employees meet with their SNP Coach for 1:1 sessions, and with the assistance of live video recorded practice, instant replay, and coach critique, they build successful habits that stick.
Me360 makes it easy for learning administrators to enroll new team members for skill development in a single click and keep track of program status across their organization.
“One-on-one SNP coaching has been one of the pillars of the APM (associate program manager) program from it’s early days to the present. Current APMs often cite their SNP coaches as instrumental to their growth and development on their paths to becoming the current and future leaders of silicon valley.”
Diana Ly, former APM Program Manager and PM Staff Lead at Google
We start with the skill. The team leader, HR rep, or the employee themself, select the skill they’d like to develop. Once identified, we pair them with the right coach, send them their login credentials, and start skill-building.
Meet from anywhere with your trainer for 3 1-hour sessions. Observe your own behaviors with live action video review.
Upload video of key workplace moments before and between your live training sessions.
Receive trainer feedback on your videos to evaluate your behavior and reinforce new skills.
Back in 2013, Asana was still a young company and some of their managers were experiencing leadership roles for the first time. So they needed to learn how to be, well, leaders. Like how to be more influential, directive, confident, and how to deal with conflict. Because if they could flourish then Asana could start to scale even faster (and without so many growing pains).
We started with just one 1:1 coaching relationship. But the good word spread fast. Soon enough more people from Asana’s management team were seeking our unique third party perspective, skill-based approach, and communications expertise to build their personal brand, strengthen their careers, and achieve more. (And did we mention the coaching program was a perk that attracted new talent? We didn’t? Well…) Eight years later and Asana is still scaling. And we’re still by their side helping them do it.