Hiring Jeff as a business coach has hands down been one of the best decisions I have made to date. Jeff challenges my thinking and assumptions helping me to make great strides forward as President of Masiello Employment Services.
— Jason Chagnon President
Masiello Employment Group, Keene, NH

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Leadership Coaching for Bellows Falls, VT area manufacturers, businesses, and non-profits

We are helping leaders in Bellows Falls, VT improve their management style, become better at prioritizing, reduce stress and become more overall emotionally intelligent.

Jeff Saari, CEO of Workplace Culture Solutions and Visionary Coaching LLC, founded his company in 2007. His enthusiastic passion and life purpose is to support leadership and cultural excellence in businesses and organizations. He works with leaders to achieve a maximum level of emotional intelligence to share with their organizations. Jeff teaches communication and meeting facilitation skills, practices one-on-one and group coaching, and leads organizational retreats.

We work to improve your personal management skills on a long term basis!

We specialize in improving the following:

  • employee performance and commitment,

  • communication,

  • being on purpose,

  • collaboration,

  • role clarity,

  • getting the right things done,

  • self-mastery, and

  • dealing with fear and frustration.

Please call Jeff saari at 603-762-4866 with any questions about his coaching.

My mission is to help create healthy leaders, healthy teams, and healthy businesses through coaching engagements.
— Jeff Saari, Leadership Coach
Jeff Saari, Leadership Coach


How Can You Learn From Your Triggers.

Your triggers are your friends, but what is your desired result? Your triggers are actually messages in a bottle for you to take out and read. They can shed light on how a less-than-ideal situation would look if it was to your liking. In this case, you probably want your manager to use less sarcasm and communicate more respectfully. And instead of the actions that don’t support your desired result (tuning out, avoiding, eye rolling) one inspired action you could take is to give the person feedback about his behavior. Delivering feedback itself can cause another trigger (fear, for instance), but if you don’t do anything differently, the negative behavior most likely will persist. You get to find the courage to show up for what you truly desire, take a risk and speak up respectfully to hopefully effect a change in your world. Believe it or not, most times feedback is well received, and change ensues. By doing this again and again you will turn your emotional ore into the gold of change.

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The falls were once a fishing place for the nomadic Abenaki tribes, who were part of the Algonquian language family. They caught plentiful salmon and shad. Indigenous peoples had fished at the falls and inhabited the area for thousands of years before European arrival. They carved two sets of faces in the rocks just below the falls.

Jeff Saari offers Bellows Falls, VT businesses leadership consulting.

Jeff Saari offers Bellows Falls, VT businesses leadership consulting.

The community was settled in 1753 by colonists of English descent, who called it Great Falls. Later the settlers named the town for Colonel Benjamin Bellows, a landowner. In 1785, Colonel Enoch Hale built at the falls the first bridge over the Connecticut River. It was the only bridge across the river until 1796, when another was built at Springfield, Massachusetts. The bridge was later replaced. Two bridges currently link Bellows Falls to New Hampshire: the New Arch Bridge (also called the Church Street Bridge), which replaced the Arch Bridge in 1982, and the Vilas Bridge, which was closed due to safety concerns in 2009.


The village is located within the town of Rockingham, VT.

According to the United States Census Bureau, the village has a total area of 1.4 square miles (3.6 km2), all land. Bellows Falls is bounded on the east by the Connecticut River.

Source: Wikipedia.com