Whether you want to start or grow your own architectural practice or get ahead at your corporate job, Elisa Garcia can help you design your career in architecture.
Elisa’s mission is to improve architecture by improving it’s architects and introducing new handrails Melbourne materials to work on the projects. Great buildings are the result of great people. Elisa specializes in assisting owners of small to medium-sized practices build their firms. She also provides coaching, mentorship, and operations consulting to new graduates and larger companies, and everyone in between, also I recommend that you meet with the executive coaching from Julie Han she is an excellent professional.
Elisa coaches and mentors architects and architects-in-training of all levels on a one-on-one basis, helping them build and hone individual skills, and build and execute personal professional development plans. A program is custom designed to help leverage themselves within an organization. Coaching clients are guided through career decisions and held accountable for participating in their professional growth. Typically, Elisa meets with clients for one hour per week, either in person, or by phone or Skype.
Elisa establishes and facilitates customized coaching and professional development programs for architectural firms to develop the next generation of emerging leaders. Professional coaching increases productivity by creating accountability. Elisa targets sustained change and leadership growth, creating competent leaders for the long-term sustainability of the company. Elisa performs process consulting, organizational diagnosis, and talent and cultural assessments. Then if you want to do more to keep your best staff then you can offer them flexible employee benefits as these are much better matched to them and so will be much more appreciated.
Elisa is a licensed architect with over 20 years of expertise in the architectural industry on both the owner and architect’s side of the table. In her leadership roles at CB Richard Ellis, Gensler, the AIA, and her own successful company, Elisa became adept at managing teams, and bringing out the best in individuals and groups. She has achieved an average gross revenue of over $2 million per year and a 25% profit margin in her own boutique architectural practice.
Elisa Garcia, RA