Jeff has assisted us in developing our management team. He has coached myself, the management team, and the entire firm to enhance our communication skills and efficiency. With more organizational structure our overall efficiencies and communication has vastly improved. The coaching and mentoring process is an on-going effort and the real results require an investment of time and dollars to get the desired impacts.
— Lynn Rust, CEO
Lynn Rust CPA, Keene, NH

Call Jeff Saari at 603-762-4866 for a free consult.

Leadership Coaching for Marlboro, VT area businesses

We are helping leaders in Marlboro, 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


Take control of triggers at work

Most of us feel pretty calm, caring, rational and happy-go-lucky most of the time (what I call our baseline feeling). We plug away, giving our best to the job and feel good about our work life. Then, for instance, a vendor is going to be late with your product, causing your energy to shift from your baseline feeling to feeling anxious or frustrated about being able to fill your customer’s order on time. Or a coworker’s consistent complaining has you anxious just by the thought of seeing him at work that day. The feelings you feel in reaction to a non-ideal stimulus is what I call a trigger. In the first case, the late product is the stimulus and the trigger is anxiety or frustration. In the second, the thought of the coworker’s complaining is the stimulus and anxiety is the trigger. Our unmet expectations, desires and needs culminate in a propensity to feel a trigger. Some routine situations that cause us stress are: organizational power dynamics and politics; too much work to do; unclear direction; lack of communication; technology woes; differing personalities and perspectives; poorly run meetings; problem behaviors; as well as a multitude of other scenarios.

For more information check out Take Control of Triggers at Work, by Jeff Saari.

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Learn more about Jeff Saari’s coaching techniques and how he helped Keene State College students with stress managment.

serving the Marlboro, VT area

about Marlboro, vt


Marlboro is a town in Windham County, Vermont, United States. The population was 978 at the 2000 census. The town is home to both the Southern Vermont Natural History Museum and Marlboro College, which hosts the Marlboro Music School and Festival each summer.

Located on the Town Common are the Town House (1822), used for town meetings, the Town Offices and Post Office building (1969), the Marlboro Meeting House Congregational Church (1931), and the Whetstone Inn (c.1775).


In 1946, Marlboro College was founded on the site of three farms by Walter Hendricks, for returning World War II veterans, with poet Robert Frost as its first trustee. The Marlboro Music School and Festival, founded in 1951, is headquartered on the campus.

In 2006, Marlboro was one of the first American towns to have its citizens pass a resolution endorsing the impeachment of President George W. Bush, and in 2011 it was one of thirteen Vermont towns isolated by flooding caused by Hurricane Irene.

Source:, Marlboro, Vermont