Michael Diettrich-Chastain

Michael Diettrich-Chastain is founder of Arc Integrated, an independent Organizational Consulting and Professional Coaching firm. Through a focus on emotional intelligence, leadership and communication, Arc Integrated aims to empower individuals and organizations to achieve optimum performance and true sustainable change.

As a consultant, Michael has helped organizational leaders and teams improve retention, productivity and sales.  Michael focuses on improving employee engagement, bettering leadership and fostering stronger collaboration within systems, to improve the organization’s bottom line.  Michael has facilitated trainings on leadership, team building, communication, emotional intelligence, employee engagement, self-care and other topics.

As a Professional Coach, Michael is passionate about helping individuals resolve anxiety, stress, career transition and work/life balance.  Michael also helps individuals recognize and develop strengths in order to become more effective in their careers and personal lives.  Through much of his work, Michael sees the value in empowering clients to re-engage with their sense of purpose.

Michael has presented internationally on a wide variety of topics within the personal development and interpersonal dynamic arena.  Michael's organizational workshops focus on building personal awareness so that the human side of business can flourish! He writes weekly on his blog and his writings have been featured on Monster.com, Comidor, Daily Worth, Livestrong, Evercoach and The Washington Post.

For more information, please visit www.arcintegrated.com  .

Entries by Michael Diettrich-Chastain

How You Can Be Mindful, Courageous and Adventurous

Compassion, love, courage, patience, kindness, forgiveness and faith. These are basic tenants found in most philosophies, spiritual practices and religions globally. These are also answers to many of the pains that you may experience. Find out the power of these principles through practice. It seems that there is always an opportunity to express one if not all of these in any given situation. In dealing with hardships, pain or confusion it seems that there are always two roads to take – one of faith and love or one of fear. Having a daily practice of some sort allows for mindfulness… Read more.